Pandemics, amirite? Early on, I started making fabric masks when it was clear that two or three layers of quilting cotton offered a decent barrier to prevent “speaking moistly” on one another. I started by digging through my considerable fabric Continue reading Fun Fabric Face Covers
Yes, the lights are still on, I’m still around, but my business is on indefinite hiatus. What does that mean, exactly? It means I’m not focusing on the hustle. I am not seeking contracts, but should something come across my Continue reading Hiatus
A year ago, I changed my legal name, so while many of you will know me as Cheryl DeWolfe, I now go by Page DeWolfe (I moved “Cheryl” into the middle name spot). It was a personal decision and it Continue reading New Name, Same Service
It’s never easy to make this kind of decision but my life has taken some turns in recent months and in response to that I am no longer going to be offering web design services. The fate of Creative Miscellany Continue reading Change in services
Local tattoo artist, prop builder, costumer, and artist Jesse Brigden needed some updates to make his website more useful. I upgraded it from a static HTML site to a WordPress site, adding a news page, three portfolio galleries, and integrating Continue reading Upgrading an Art Site
I was thrilled to be invited to speak to the Writers’ Group at the Sidney branch of the Vancouver Island Regional Library today on the subject of Blogging and Social Media for Authors. Here is the slideshow I presented: Or Continue reading Blogging and Social Media for Authors
One of the first things you are faced with when designing any WordPress site is selecting the theme. The theme is basically the core of the design — some allow a lot of customization, some not so much — and Continue reading First, a theme
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