Thursday, June 16, 2011

Squidoo Hopping 6/16/11

Welcome to another week of Squidoo Hopping!
I'm having a busy week with 4 grandkids staying over for the week and Bible school in the evenings (along with the other things I do every week), but I got more done in squidoo than I thought I would.

I updated All About Marsha with new photos. I chose to keep the older ones in for memories. I have a few more photos to add.

I built This Day in History June 5 in honor of the birth of my newest grandchild, Zelda.

I got an email from Zazzle on a custom postage sale until June 19. This prompted me to go right in and finally build my first Zazzle lens. Zazzle Custom Postage I wish I had more than just the 3 stamps, but I know I will be creating more in the future so this lens can be updated several times. I had hopes to use the text with big picture module and be able to link to my item with my affiliate link but I couldn't figure out how to save a picture from Zazzle. Instead I used the Zazzle module. If I am correct, we don't earn from squidoo if someone buys from the Zazzle module right? Of course if they bought something of mine I would earn from Zazzle so I would still earn which is super cool.

And, if you have time, please give these 2 lenses some love. They are on the bottom of my list and in the pink because of being too low in ranking.
This Day in History April 24 and Our Homeschooling Journey 2010/2011 Part 2

I hope to see several participate this next week---I will have a lot more time for everything next week!


  1. Hi! I'm back! I decided to do my hop from Texifornia today, since I had chatted about the topic there before (usually I hop from

    It's been a crazy month...but crazy in a fun way! I'll have to take a look at some of the hops I've missed.

  2. Hi Marsha, thank you so much for commenting on my Time Machine post. I don't know about the Etsy module updating but visiting SquidU and asking there should help you.

    Thanks for inviting me to the blog hop - I always intend to participate in these but never remember. I homeschool my 10 yo and today is our last day - Yay! It has been a rough yet exciting year.

    Looking forward to seeing more of your writing and following your homeschool journey.

  3. PS: Adding pictures from Zazzle is really easy. First, log into Zazzle. Then go to whatever product you want to include a picture of, and underneath the picture you will find a little hyperlink that says "link." Click on it and it will give you code to post pictures...and if you are logged in that code will include your affiliate ID.

    You can manipulate the code to change the size of the picture, remove text, etc...and there's a good lens on how to do that here:

  4. Hi Marsha...I see that my link did make it here! YAY.....I'm going to check out all the lenses now!


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