Friday, September 21, 2012

Blogger Award Feature: Tresese's Treasures

Therese, much like Christine (from my post yesterday), started blogging in earnest to join one of the many blog hops that run through the beading community. For Therese, it was Lori Anderson's Bead Soup that pushed her to start blogging regularly, and when she started her own blog Therese's Treasures. However, Therese says "I discovered a world that is so much more then bead soup!"

She says that she continues to blog to stay in touch with all her new online friends, and make new ones. She also notes that blogging helped her stay in touch with other beaders and challenges, and that this helped to improve her skills as a bead weaver and jewelry designer.

What Therese says she likes most about blogging is visiting the other blogs. She says "I follow to see what my friends have been up to and leave encouraging comments about what they have blogged about."  She of course, loves reading the comments from those that have  visited her blog because as she says "let's face it isn't that one of the reason we all keep blogging?" She also confessed, "I also still do a happy dance when I see that I have a new follower."  

She says that she likes to follow blogs that are just starting out, and that sometimes if "I think what they are doing is interesting I will pass on a word or two about their blog." 

The blog that most inspired her is Marcy's La Bella Joya. Her blog was the first that Therese followed when she was just starting to blog. Marcy's blog was what encouraged Therese to really get into bead weaving, which is amazing if you've ever seen Therese's work! She says that Marcy's color challenges really helped "me improve my stitching by branching out and trying new stitches."

This post is part of a series of featured bloggers who I have given appreciation awards to, please stop by and visit Therese's blog and congratulate her!

8 comments:

BIKBIK AND RORO said...

I'm already a follower of Therese's blog; her work is amazing, so creative and intricate.

Therese's Treasures said...

Thank you Cynthia, You have done a fantastic job on showcasing all seven of our blogs and spreading a little sunshine in your kind words.
Therese

New End Studio said...

I met Therese due to this series thanks to Cynthia and enjoying all the new to me blogs and the terrific ladies who write them. Congrats Therese on your work and your happy dance- can we get a video? :)

Christine Altmiller said...

Oh I would love to see that video too!
I love Therese's honesty about comments on our blogs...it IS why we keep at it. To get feedback. A dialogue with someone other than ourselves. LOL.
Therese has skills like no other! Her latest cuff proves it! Congrats Therese :-)

AntiquityTravelers said...

Therese, I am more than happy to do this for each and every one of you - you've all given me so much encouragement along my blogging journey, and for that I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. It means the world to me.

As for the happy dance ... we would really all like to see that!

And Christine ... yes I do think we all have voices in our heads! My hubby is forever asking "what?" and I mutter ... "oh just talking to my beading ..."

Marcela Gmd said...

Congratulations to all the winners!!!!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

Mary Hicks said...

I love Therese's blog, and I find that her support has often been just wonderful. She is a supportive and giving person, a terrific blogger and a talented artist. Glad to see this for her! BTW, I also love this blog!

Miss Val's Creations said...

I love Therese's work! Each piece is so intricately designed and created!

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