We are down to only 10 likes needed for the drawing. Visit and like my facebook page to be entered into the drawing for this cross!Thank you all!
I want to thank everyone for their support and to help build my fan base, I am holding a drawing for this Cross. Like my facebook page to be entered to winwww.facebook.com/ChrisMobleyDesigns
Hello Everyone. Just wanted to let everyone know that I’m sorry for not being around. There has been a lot going on for awhile now. Some of it has been the projects. Not enough money to purchase Lumber to be able to Toy around with some new projects. Some of it has been in the hospital for a week getting my Gallbladder removed. Some of it has been my Old Lady being in the Hospital first with phnumonia and now back in with Cellulitus in her legs. And also the last thing was we we...
Hi everyone. I am wondering if anyone would like to like my page on facebook. If you would like to help me get more likes you can click right here My dad made this picture for me to share. Thank you
Shameless Self Promotion #1: Stuff I do, My first Kickstarter Project, Etsy Shop, Social Media, and my many websites...
Well, since I’m doing all this online marketing stuff to promote my business(es), I might as well talk about it every chance I get. In addition to woodworking and home repairs, I’m also a bit of an artist. I learned portraiture through my Mom when I was growing up, and have picked it up again recently. Here's some of my work: What’s this all got to do with woodworking? Frames, of course! Also, paper is made out of wood. But I’ll just stick to the frames ;...
My name is Al and have recently set about making a living (trying) from my hobby in woodworking. Facebook is an integral part of marketing the products and I am currently striving to reach 100 LIKES on my page. I have two questions: 1. Is there anyone else out there who uses FB for marketing? and if so how is it going? 2. Would anyone who has read this be willing to like my page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Panga-Design/107616129306422 Thanks all in advance and please fe...
I have to confess, being an older guy, I would have never had anything to do with Facebook if it wasn’t for my kids and family. Since they are scattered all over the place, Facebook is the only way I can keep in touch, see Nephews and Nieces as they grow up, and socialize with people I grew up with. It amazes me how much activity goes on with just the people in my friend and family list. I’m also bad about taking a picture of snow outside our house and posting it on Facebook my everyone to...
This is just a Small Blog Post, nothing long right now, the weather is getting the best of me right now. I just wanted to let all of my Lumberjock friends that are my Friends on Facebook, that I have Created a Facebook page for my Workshop, which will include Pictures of Past and latest Projects and maybe eventualy include like my Blog a few How-To Videos or just pictorials. So, Please, That is if you want, Like my Workshop Page to keep up-to-date. When I post an entry it will sent it ...
I am giving away one of my baseball beds to the person that can guess the winning team, last game, and score of the World Series. It’s not as hard as you think, we already have two games down. An example of a guess would be Texas, 4 to 3, game 7. Don’t post here. I can only track the guesses on Facebook. The bed will be a twin size Baseball bad with the score of the last game on the headboard. It will include the headboard, foot board, side rails, slats, and shipping (the ...
First of all, what is Facebook? Facebook is the most prolific social network out there. Essentially, it’s a place to keep in touch with your family and friends, sharing messages, photos, videos, links with them, and joining them in games. You can also find old friends – and lovers – like I have, and catch up. It’s pretty easy to use too. It originally started out on the campus of Harvard by a few undergrads looking to make an online “facebook” – a ...
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