EJD October 2014 Review

Yay, it’s November! The best month of the year. Well, at least that’s what Erin and I think. Our birthdays are both this month. But this post isn’t about November. It is really about what happened last month, so let’s forget the birthdays for right now and take a glimpse at our October blogging adventures:

Erin and I spent a little time together in October. I packed up my two boys and headed to Ohio for a weekend and helped celebrate Erin’s daughter’s 10th Birthday. While I was there, we also decided to enter all four of our children in a local Halloween parade where Erin’s son took 2nd place.


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– We are up to 237 Twitter followers and love interacting with your tweets!

– We have reached over 830 likes on Facebook. Thank you to all of our loyal fans. We appreciate your support!

-These projects were selected to be features on other blogs!

Thank you to all of the amazing bloggers who have chosen to highlight us. To see the blogs we have been featured on, go to our Features/Links page.

– We invited Sarah, at Little Red Brick House, to make a guest appearance on our blog this month. She shared a wonderful furniture transformation with our readers. If you have not checked out her Chalk Paint Side Table Makeover or her blog yet, be sure to stop by for a visit and tell her “Hi.”

Chalk Paint Side Table Makeover

– Our weekly link up, Your Designs This Time, is always full of inspiration. We are so thankful to have Brepurposed, Little House of Four, and Restless Arrow hosting with us. These ladies are all truly amazing and talented. Fellow bloggers, be sure to share your latest projects every Monday at 8:00am EST for a chance to be featured on all four blogs.


-To see more of Elizabeth Joan Designs, follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Bloglovin’, Twitter, Google Plus, Erin’s Instagram and Emily’s Instagram.

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