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    Weekly round-up & member news… take 2!

    The Blogger technical issues last week unfortunately caused CWC posts written, drafted or published on Thursday & Friday to disappear, which means unfortunately our guest blog feature will be delayed until next week :(

    But here is an abridged version of the member news and weekly round-up… enjoy!

    Member news…

    Li-Ann Scott was a stallholder at Magnolia Square’s Bloom segment recently, and on display was her cute range of pasta-inspired stationery, Ham and Pea (pictured). Here is a link to her online shop – perfect products for the foodie friend or family member in your life!

    ‘Queen of the App’ as I deem her, Orlando and Ivy‘s Ming-Zhu Hii blogs about her love of social media.

    Cintia from My Poppet’s home will be featured in an upcoming shelter magazine (oooh!), and this week she posted a funny account of ‘the day the photographers came to visit‘. She also has a helpful post on using PicNik to make cut-out text (useful for DIY blog headers, for example.)

    Cheryl Lin of Business Chic has just launched a regular e-newsletter,the BusiChic Bulletin, which you can sign up for here.

    The girls at Harvest Workroom posted an interview with their current artist-in-residence Emily Green on the Harvest blog.

    Brooch by Emily Green

    Interesting finds from around the web…

    Winner of the Sydney Writers’ Centre Best Australian Blog 2011 – Nicci Parkinson of Styling You – gives us her thoughts on what makes a successful blog.

    Style Me Pretty has a nice post about getting traffic to your blog.

    Nicole from Making it Lovely writes about her recent camera upgrade.

    At Desktop Magazine, Suzanne Boccalatte writes about her mentors, inspirations and views on design. Suzanne’s blog is also a great resource for graphic designers and thinkers.

    Ebony Bizys of Hello Sandwich is interviewed about her work life at Vogue over at Girl With a Satchel.

    Clean Up Your Mess is a good resource for those tackling DIY graphic design, and explains clearly the way different approaches to information layout can have a big effect on how that information is interpreted.

    Posted by: Tess McCabe
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