Guest Post Submission Guidelines

Thanks for your interest in posting on  I love to receive posts by others that teach me and my readers something new.

Please note the following guidelines before submitting your post idea:

  • It must be an original post and you must not publish the content elsewhere on the Internet once it is published on my site.
  • It needs to fit in with the general theme of my blog: crafts, sewing, kids activities, parenting, cooking, organization, home decor, etc.
  • Posts with excessive grammatical or spelling errors will not be accepted.  I may do some editing if there are minor errors.
  • For the most part, posts should be limited to 500 words or less.
  • I encourage the use of bullets, lists, short paragraphs as that is what is best for readers.
  • Make sure any links in your post are relevant and valid. I may remove any links that I deem to be irrelevant or that don’t work properly.
  • Include a short bio (50 words or less) at the end of your post. Feel free to include a link to your site.
  • On the day your guest post goes live, it would be nice for you to link back to the post from your own blog, mentioning that you were a guest blogger at

If you submit a query (i.e. an idea for a guest post as opposed to a guest post submission in full), I will review it and contact you if I like the idea. If you do not hear from me within 2-4 weeks after submitting your query, you may assume I do not think it is a good fit for my readers.

Accepted posts may be published anywhere between 3-15 days depending on my scheduled posting queue. I do my best to notify you the day your post goes live.

If you would like to submit your guest post for review, please email it to with “Guest Post Submission” in the subject line.

Please include the following:

  1. Your full name.
  2. Your URL (if applicable).
  3. Your post title.
  4. The body of your post.
  5. Attach any images you’d like to include (not required).
  6. A short bio.



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1 Linda August 4, 2012 at 11:21 am

My daughter-in-law would prefer velcro rather than a zipper on the Boppy Pillow Slipcover. What do you suggest on the instructions on sewing for using velcro?
Thank You

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