amelia studio 2.0

amelia studio 2.0

Welcome to my updated blog! I have been meaning to switch over to WordPress for a while, but it took a few weeks of injured hands to spur me to do it. An allergic reaction about a month ago blistered the skin on my hands and made them pretty unusable for pottery. So I took that as an opportunity to end the WordPress procrastination. I’d never laid eyes upon CSS code before this, so I was quite intimidated. I managed to make the site look mostly the way I had planned, but please let me know if something looks funky or out of place.

I will be keeping the old Typepad blogs (My Land and the old Amelia Studio) up until I can get them converted into books. Then they will go away. So if you know of any recipes or links you want from there, get them while you can! If you read my blog on a feed reader, I think you will also have to update the feed.

Anyway, thank you for stopping by. I’m going to try to make blogging more of a priority again. It’s so easy to shoot out a Facebook update or a tweet, and it actually takes whole minutes to compose a blog post, but I do miss having a real blog that acts as a scrapbook, journal and family photo album all rolled into one. I’ll try to do better for you, amelia studio 2.0.

 

About ameliastudio

I’m Amy Harding, mother to three little girls. I was an editor for 10 years, and now I stay home with the kids, while also going back to school for graphic design and making/selling pots. Things and people I love: family, ceramics, coffee, “Mad Men,” Louis C.K., sewing, tiki drinks and classic cocktails, gardening, Lucie Rie, Eva Zeisel, the beach, mid-century modernism, the fantastic work of my Mr. H., Bill Murray, Iron & Wine, R.E.M., graphic patterns, peacock blue, peanut butter, architecture, Jonathan Franzen, Don DeLillo, A.S. Byatt, David Sedaris, magazines, design, Wes Anderson, books, salt+sweet …

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