One of the reasons why I've been so absent recently is that I've been working on a new website!
Due to various things going on at Etsy, which I will explain in a future post, I decided that it was time to wrap up Creative Classics and Creative History into one new website where I could have a blog, offer wholesale, and show off my eBook. It's taken a while to sort out as I needed to think up a new name, sort out the colour scheme, edit the photos and then build the whole site, but last week I launched it and now I'm in the process of uploading my products.
Therefore without further ramblings I'd like to introduce you to The Creative Historian.
I'm really looking forward to all the advances I can make in the future with this new site. I've started to feel enthusiastic about it all again. It has been very hard work, and it will continue to be, but I'm much happier with it than I have been on Etsy for months now.
I also have a Pinterest account to go along with it, and a Tumblr blog as well as Facebook and Twitter, so I'm covering all the social media bases!
I'm going to be continuing with Etsy for the next few months, get Christmas out of the way, and then I'll be wrapping them up in the new year and continuing alone with The Bibliophile. Which should mean that this blog gets more active in the future :)