Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Inspiring hint from Dionne

Dionne is such a talented woman in many ways. She owns "City of Dionne". She is a graphic designer, a writer, a photographer, a cook and an organizer-----and maybe a bit more talents.
Well, more than anything else, she has a generosity to accept friends from different backgrounds and shows her understanding toward differences. Her blog is filled with deep insights and warmness not to mention her artistic talents.
She also writes some articles in different sites besides her own blog and I'm a fan of her articles.

In her recent post in Meylah, she introduced the importance of making a blog button and I found it very interesting in a sense that I can use this button not only for linking to my blog but also for directing readers to a particular site or post.
A button is not only for advertising a blog. I haven't ever thought of that. Then, why not try a button for my own post! Thank you Dionne for inspiring me.

I've just followed her step-by-step instruction and I think I did it all right.
If you want to read her post, just click on the green button above.
I myself made a button to lead you my tulip album in a side menu. Would you like to click on that button? Thank you!

7 comments:

LENORENEVERMORE said...

I'm amazed at the talents of so many bloggers~ such a creative community, so glad to be part of it! I haven't been to her blog for ages...will visit now! Thank you dear~ xo*

Anya said...

Thanks for the information
sounds great I want learn more about it :)))

Dionne said...

Awwwww... you are so sweet to say all these kind words about me! And your button works! Hooray!

Au and Target said...

I am tiptoeing through the tulips! Great post; very informative.

Courtney said...

I love your tulip button! It looks great. . . and the album looks great as well. Tulip season is one of my favorite times of the year in Washington state (because of the beautiful tulips at Pike Place Market & because of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival). Where were those images taken? They are gorgeous!

A Bookaholic said...

what a lovvvely button! and the tulips....so vibrant! :) thx for sharing this info dear!

Mee a Bee said...

Fantastic!! I think you forgot to mention that Dionne is also BEAUTIFUL - like a model :)