Thursday, April 29, 2010

Trying... Feb, March take 2


Ok, so here's the pictures, in a form that should enlarge. I was trying to play around with uploading the pictures in html and then typing, but guess whatever I did didn't work! I've tried typing and then adding pictures, but it still adds them at the top, so I have to move them around. Sigh. That means the other post I've got ready to post won't enlarge either. Crud. At least I checked these, they should enlarge.




5 comments:

Barbara said...

Yay, this works great! With such tiny beads, we need to see enlargements. Not only do they get bigger when clicked once, but clicking a 2nd time makes them even bigger yet. Perfect! They are even more beautiful than before! Thanks for the extra effort!

Robin said...

Thanks, Joan! I really enjoy seeing the details. Your work is beautiful, even enlarged many times the actual size.

If you'd like some help with posting pictures, I'd be glad to help over the phone... it would work well if you can be online and on the phone at the same time. You have my number, I think...

Robin A.

Robin said...

Hi Joan! Love your buttons, particularly the blue one... and yes, they did enlarge. The older blogger templates have gotten more difficult to use, especially in Internet Explorer. I now use Firefox (which I uploaded for free) whenever I post, as it seems much easier. The new Blogger templates make it MUCH easier to upload,size and place pictures. Almost makes me want to change my blog. I don't mind reading, so blogs without pictures are fine with me.

Robin said...

I'm not seeing where or how to leave a comment on your more recent posts, so I'm back here... wanted to thank you for your comment on my post about Thom's beaded quilts. Sounds like you got over to LaConner to see the show. Amazing, isn't it!!!! I especially like what you said about his eye for taking a shaped bead and making it become something totally organic. That's it in a nutshell!

Cheers, R

Joan Cromley said...

Yes, I was there during the blackout. I'm glad they figured out how to uncover the windows in the one room, it was pitch black in there otherwise!