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Homepage Themes and Tags for January 2019!


(Camilla) #1

Before you all log off for Christmas, we thought you might want to see the Homepage themes for January. We’ve created a graphic for them that you can refer back to or download. There are some really nice ones in there, but also some that don’t have many items in them yet, like Aquarius and Fireside - so get tagging!

We’ve tried to include as many of your suggestions as possible but let me know if you’ve got any questions or ideas for February!

1 January
Hopes and Dreams
hope

2 January
Garnet
garnet

3 January
Plans and Ideas
planner

4 January
Coral
coral

5 January
Snowdrops
snowdrop

6 January
Golden
golden

7 January
Bare branches
branches

8 January
Capricorn
goat

9 January
Ice Blue
ice_blue

10 January
Wellington Boots
wellies

11 January
Chunky Knits
chunky_knit

12 January
Patchwork Quilts
patchwork_quilt

13 January
Handmade mugs
handmade_mug

14 January
Mountain
mountain

15 January
Raindrops
raindrop

16 January
Twilight
twilight

17 January
Arctic
arctic

18 January
Woolly
woolly

19 January
Crow
crow

20 January
Aquarius
aquarius

21 January
King
king

22 January
Frosty
frost

23 January
Fireside
fireside

24 January
Turquoise
turquoise

25 January
Scotland
scotland

26 January
Shetland
shetland

27 January
Thistle
thistle

28 January
Stormy
storm

29 January
Cinnamon
cinnamon

30 January
Moonstone
moonstone

31 January
Socks
socks

PS. The lovely linocut at the top of the graphic is ‘Snow Scene, Winter Dales’ by Little Ram Studio.


Folksy 365 - Daily Listing Challenge Thread - JANUARY 2019
(Camilla) #2

(Jan Ryan) #3

Looks a good list, thank you.

just one ickle bitty question… where you’ve put the underscore, does it need to be used in the tag?


(Camilla) #4

Ahh that’s a really good question, the underscore just signifies a space in our coding language - I should have edited that before sharing. So for example you would write ‘handmade mug’ as your tag, not ‘handmade_mug’. Sorry!!


(Camilla) #5

I’ve edited the pic Jan!


(Kim Onyskiw) #6

Thanks! I’d been wondering about that too.


(Kim Onyskiw) #7

Oh, and as a start for the February suggestions
Fish for the Pisces, and pig for the Chinese New Year (I just got excited because I saw we get to have rat in a year :grin:).


(Brenda Cumming) #8

Feb suggestions…hearts, love,cooking (Pancakes)


(Max Pring) #9

Loving the themes, great to help with ideas and inspiration :slight_smile:


(Kim Onyskiw) #10

@teabreaks Mmmm, love the thought of pancakes! One of my favourite days, shame there’s only 4 items tagged with pancake (unsurprising really). Could have lemon for the traditional lemon juice and sugar topping? Although I just checked and it’s so late it’s March next year.

I’d expect hearts, love, roses, maybe red or pink leading up to Valentine’s day too.


(Verchielbeadsandjewellery) #11

Loving this - thank you. Now youve got my mind buzzing with ideas!


(Homegrownhats) #12

Do you list all items that have a tag or a selection?


(Rosie Blunn) #13

So why does the current theme appear to be mittens? confused


(Kim Blythe) #14

Not sure…the 4th January is supposed to be coral? @folksycontent
Maybe a last minute change of plan? :thinking:


(Camilla) #15

It is supposed to be Coral! Originally it was mittens but that was supposed to have been switched out for coral @Bamboots. I’ve asked Doug if he can fix it for me as I can’t change the themes manually once they’re set. In the meantime, enjoy all the lovely mittens and sorry everyone!!!


(Rosie Blunn) #16

Oh it’s coral now, it was very early in the morning when I noticed it, I’m sure nobody else saw it! :wink: Not that I had anything tagged with coral, I was just looking to see how it worked.


(Marg) #17

Loving the monthly themes, great to have ideas for birthday presents for next year. Thanks @folksycontent.


(CatherineDove) #18

I’m using this as a way of prioritising which of my earrings to list first- only just made “golden” in time! :sweat_smile:


(Joy Salt) #19

Needs bumping. :slight_smile:


(Mandy Williams) #20

This is a great idea!