I am so excited to introduce you to the new Teal & Lime Contributor team. Each of these bloggers is an amazing gem and they have some wonderful things to share with you this year.

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I chose each of them to contribute on very specific topics, which we developed together. All in all, with their contributions to Teal & Lime, there will be 8 new series on the blog. Some of these are categories I have blogged about in the past that deserve more attention, and some are completely new.

Introducing 8 New Series:

Angela from Joyously Domestic

Kitchen Made Simple by Angela from Joyously Domestic
Angela believes a joyful life starts in the kitchen.  She will be sharing a mix of articles on simplifying things around the kitchen, homemade food gifts, and printables.

Bonnie from Bonnie Projects

Sew Your Decor by Bonnie from Bonnie Projects
Bonnie loves to DIY everything, but I was most impressed with what she can do with fabrics and textiles.  She will be sharing sewing and textile projects for around the house.

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Home Efficiency by Michelle from Counting Willows
Michelle is a former CPA, so she knows a thing or two about finances and efficiency. She is going to share with you how to make the most of your time, money and sanity, so you can enjoy the things you truly love – your family, put together home, time with friends.

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Design Do’s and Don’ts by Desi from Desi Interior Design
We have a designer on board. Desi is going to blow you away with her series on the do’s and don’ts of decorating. She will tell us what the rules are, which we all know are meant to be broken, but her don’ts will keep us from breaking the wrong ones.

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Graphics in the House by Megan from Two Live Colorfully
Megan is my blogging BFF from my other favorite city, Dallas. This girl has some serious talent in the graphic design and arts departments. She is going to share fun, graphic projects for around the house.

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Carpenter’s Secrets by Kayla and Justin from Home Coming
Husband and wife time Kayla and Justin are a DIY duo. With his carpentry skills and her eye for style they are a force to be reckoned with. They will be sharing with us all kinds of secrets to make building, just about anything, easier.

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Organized with DIY by Annie from Organized with Annie
No joke, I met Annie in line waiting to get wood cut at Home Depot. Nothing bonds faster than two women in the lumbar aisles chatting about what they are making. As a professional organizer, Annie is full of organizing goodness. She is going to show us how to DIY our way to a more organized life. And, sometimes my home will be the proving grounds, because I need help in this department!

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Craft Tips and Tricks by Megan from Rappsody in Rooms
Megan can light up a room with just her smile and her crafty genius. Can you tell I couldn’t get enough of her infectiously happy attitude at the Haven Conference?! She is going to be sharing tips and tricks to make crafting easier.

And, here is the best news…each contributor will be sharing their first post over the next two weeks.  They won’t normally be posting back to back like this, but I just can’t wait for you to meet each of them and see the amazing ideas they have to share.

Learn more about each contributor here.

 

6 Responses to Meet 9 of My Favorite People

  1. Jamie says:

    Wow, looking forward to seeing all these new series!
    Hugs,
    Jamie

  2. Lisa says:

    How fun! I don’t know any of these ladies so I’m excited to learn more about them. I love all the topics you’ve chosen. Way to go Jackie!

  3. Amanda says:

    Can’t wait to see all the new ideas in the next two weeks and the future!

  4. So excited to see some new faces. Can’t wait to see what coming up next! :)

  5. Anneke says:

    Yay!!! Great team!!!

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