Sister To Sister

What do you think?

What would you like to see?

What needs to change?

Thank you so much! I really appreciate any help at all!

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Your blog is great! I love your valentine craft idea! The background is pretty, the writing is easy to read and I really like the buttons and tags you have added!!
Thanks Carrie! :)
I think it looks great ! Everything looks in place and easy to read. I don't think I'd change anything :)
I love all the pictures that you use! It is fun! I love the scripture pictures! I like the background and your family is beautiful. I also love the sister to sister title. It is beautiful and makes me feel like your close friend! I am a follower!
Jaelle
momtothreebabies
www.momtothreebabies.com
im also trying to grow my blog!!! we can work together!
Thank you so much ladies! You are all too sweet! :)
Here are a couple of things I noticed:

I have a hard time reading the darker mauve (like in your subtitle) - its a little too close in color to your background.

For longer posts where you are writing paragraphs, I think its best to left justify. Easier on the eyes.

You might consider creating a separate page for your awards - they take up a lot of real estate on your sidebar.

I would create an About page where we could learn more about you. From your blog title it sounds like Sister to Sister Design is a business, but I don't really get that from the blog itself.

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