I’ve been quite active with submitting posts to blog carnivals recently, and since the last monthly report, the links have really started to build up. So much so, that I figured a once-in-a-month mention would simply not be enough to cover all the links coming in. Hence this post. Here is the latest list of blog carnivals and their organisers who were kind enough to link to this site:
- Scott Nehring over at the ever active Nehring the Edge included Ending Happily Without The Ever After in the 38th edition of the Carnival of Cinema.
- Susan Borgas of Arts and Stuff linked to Rediscover The Pure Pleasure Of Paper Crafts And Pop Up Cards in the July 12 2007 edition of the Arts and Stuff Carnival.
- Odds and Ends of Contemporary Life included Coming Soon to an Open Source Print Workflow in the July 12 2007 edition of the Tech Blog Carnival.
- Jon Anderson over at Success Part2 linked to Bits of Paper and Other Calendaring Software in the July 14 2007 edition of the Carnival of Struggling Bumbling Newbies.
- Lexi Sundell of Energies of Creation included Rediscover The Pure Pleasure Of Paper Crafts And Pop Up Cards in the Carnival of Creative Growth #10.
- Aaron Potts of Today is that Day linked to Moon-faced men and multi-layered amphibians in the 7th edition of the Doing it Differently Blog Carnival.
- JonEboy at Web Dosh included Websites vs Blogs & Storing Content For Your Mental Winterss in the July 17, 2007 edition of the Blog it and Earn it Carnival.
- Write and Earn included Good Business – book review in the July 16, 2007 edition of the Afficionados of Ink Blog Carnival.
- Lawrence of Arabia over at Revolt in the Desert included Rediscover The Pure Pleasure Of Paper Crafts And Pop Up Cards in the July 16, 2007 edition of The Carnival of the Arts.
- Derek Andrews of Carnival of the Creators linked to Rediscover The Pure Pleasure Of Paper Crafts And Pop Up Cards in the Creator’s Carnival #23.
And that is the complete roundup thus far. I’m glad the Pop up card post was linked in multiple places because I think it is a worthy read. A big thank you to all the carnival organizers for the flattering attention and for all the bloggers who provided the wonderful links that stood besides mine.
Until next time, viva carnivale!