Sunday, January 29, 2012

One Click lead to another--

Funny thing happened as I was clicking around Sunday afternoon-
First I was here-

Then I ended up here:




I liked everything I read there-- and SOOOO began the snooping around... and I found a post about making a cute little siggy... and guess where that lead me?!
Back to here:



She gave a tutorial about creating a signature to go on the bottom of my posts...
and well.

I did!
and here it is...



Created Here: My Live Signature 

YES! I Know... isn't it cute?

So now...  (I just can't help myself) 




10 comments:

nannykim said...

ahhhhhhhhh, there is always something!

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

I have one of those at the bottom of my posts!! Isn't it good fun playing around with the different fonts and angles? It was a lovely afternoon for me - and I can see it was for you too!!

Sarahx

Kristina said...

Neat!

The Boston Lady said...

Oh I love that! I will have to take a look at that tutorial - she is a wealth of info! Although I do think you need to add a chicken to that sig. Ann

Anita Cedar Hill Ranch said...

Looks awesome. I too, just started using a signature, and I think it is a nice touch to the end of a post. I'm a new follower, BTW.

Amber D. Mcnabb said...

Well idn't that just nifty??!!! Looks great!

Eclectically Vintage said...

I used Donna's tutorial to create my signature too! So much fun! Thanks for stopping by my basement impossible challenge - the wine definitely helped me finish!!
Kelly

Cindy said...

I love your new signature, I need to find one! Thanks for the link.
Hugs, Cindy

nannykim said...

I don't want to comment on the post above this one....sounds like too much work, lol!

Farmer's Wyfe said...

Ooo, I'll have to check out how to make a signature. Not sure I'd want to see it when I blog though unless I can improve on it. I've never had handwriting that I would choose if I could. I finally got over here to your blog and signed up! Love it here!! I like your new hair-do even if the chickens don't...but then they don't always have the most perfect looking hair-dos. :) They are funny birds; I hope to get some this year. I miss them and their quirkiness. I'm thinking about your post about making something for five people. I may be back about that. :) Thanks for all your fun comments on my blog. Glad to have you as a friend. :)