Six-Month Recap & Liebster Award

Today marks Scissors & Sage’s six-month birthday!  Time flies when you’re having fun.  When I started this blog in September, I had many thoughts on what I wanted it to become, but I was not sure I had the time, energy, or creativity to build upon my ideas.  Little did I know that Scissors & Sage would become one of my favorite self-care activities.  This experience, so far, has surpassed all expectations.  To date, Scissors & Sage has been viewed in 29 countries around the world and has over 3,500 views and 60+ followers.

This past January, Scissors & Sage was nominated for a Liebster Award, the purpose of which is to recognize up-and-coming blogs.  Blogger Sarah Linda of Daisychains and Dreamers posted the following about my blog:

You all know I love a good DIY project and Vic has a bundle! From upcycling to knitting and baking, Victoria is a thrifty gal who’s right up my street!

Receiving this Liebster Award allowed me to make acquaintances many miles away.  In Scissors & Sage’s brief but meaningful existence, I have been able to share my crafting hobby while also inviting others to join me in the process.  Below is a recap of some of my posts over the last six months.  Thank you all for reading this blog, and to those who have contributed your hard work and creativity!

Ode To Adrienne Rich

The City of Murals

Make Your Own Scrabble

Cowl Me Crazy

On The Farm With: Janet Kenealy

Mirror, Mirror

Thrifting With: Anne Kenealy

Lemon-Blueberry Yogurt Cake

Knitting A Pom-Pom Hat

Lemon Ricotta Cookies

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