Friday, February 3, 2012

Blogger!

I have been trying to make some changes to my blog, and I'm stopped at every turn!  I'm going to try and con Danny into helping me figure out some of these problems, I'm not so patient with computer problems.
A few of my problems are....
 1) How to change my profile information I keep getting an error message.
2) I want to add pages to my blog, I get a message saying that I already have them, they must be invisible.
3) I love all of those blogs that have a nice collage of pictures as their blog header I'm clueless how to have one also.
I was able to update blogs to visit, there are so many good ones out there, take a look to see if any are new to you.

So onto things I can do.
I finished a reproduction sampler that I will soon have ready for sale.  I will give you a few sneak peaks



I'm getting ready to start another reproduction and this one will be a favorite, a nice big house and a really cool garden, in fact I'm going to go start right now!
Hope you have a great weekend and get lots of stitching done.
If anyone has answers to my blogger problems feel free to send them my way.

14 comments:

Peggy Lee said...

Sorry I can be of no help to you. I usually end up asking my husband to help with those things too. Good Luck!
I'll bet you are thrilled to be finished with the sampler. Love the snippets of it.
Congratulations!!

marly said...

This looks like another good one! I'll try to help - for your profile that appears on the blog - Dashboard - Design -Profile gadget(about me) & edit. Change what you want in the box that opens and then Save. Blogger profile can be changed from the Dashboard - Edit Profile (on left). If you already Added Gadget and chose Pages - try -Dashboard - New Post - right above the title box you should see Edit Post and Edit Pages. Click that and then New Page. I want to have multiple photos in my header too but I think that has to be done with a photo editing program. I hope this helps! That's all I have to offer!

Laurie in Iowa said...

I create my blog header by using Mosaic Maker http://bighugelabs.com/mosaic.php
I save the created mosaic to my computer and then upload it to my blog Header.

Barb said...

I love that sneak preview! Can't wait to see the whole thing.

Catherine said...

Love the sneek peeks!

Cottonwood Lane Primitives said...

I learned how to make a header here: http://www.blogguidebook.com/2010/10/how-to-make-header-using-picnik.html and saved it in Picasa. Good luck! I know yours will be beautiful! ~Roberta

Sweet Sue said...

I've tried a test collage in Picasa, just never spent the time to finalize it. Caution before you spend a lot of time at Picnik - they've announced they shut down their site very soon. Sorry I can't be of more help...

Deb said...

I used to use Big Huge Labs and then pull it over to Picnik and do some things there, but I hear that Picnik is being shut down. Big Huge Labs should work fine though. Create your mosaic there and then save to your computer and then upload to your blog.

Joy said...

What Picnik shutting down? Is it and Picasa the same?

Can't wait to see what you come up with

Katrina said...

Pretty sneak peek!!!! I use the same application as Laurie for my blog header.

Elizabeth said...

I love this set of instructions - it was really well-laid out and easy for me to follow :)
http://blissfullydomestic.com/life-bliss/geek-life-bliss/how-to-make-a-blog-header-for-free/66333/

I love the sneak-peek - so excited to see what the whole sampler will be :)

Kathy (woolfind) said...

Looks like you have already gotten some good advice from your friends. Hope it helps. I have always wondered about how to do those headers too!
Love the sneak peak. Can't wait to see the whole thing!

Liz said...

Good Luck!! I have always hated editing computer stuff- im so clueless. Pages would be awesome though :) hope your having a great weekend!

Siobhán said...

Love the sneak peek! It looks like you got the answers to your questions. I'm always happy to help if I can so feel free to email me--I am always behind in blog reading!

I use Big Huge Labs for my photo mosaic, too. I find it much easier to upload things to Flickr and then click it over into the Big Huge Labs, rather than uploading from my home computer. It seems to go faster that way, I think because Flickr & BHL are associated some how.