Personalized prints and artworks add a personal touch to any room, especially cozy nurseries. But why wait for a new baby or kitchen redesign to hang up one-of-a-kind personalized artworks.
Thanks to Kellie’s ingenuity and creativity behind Le Zoe Scribbles, you do not have to wait. Kellie is the blogger behind the popular lifestyle blog, Le Zoe Musings. This month, she chats with BloggersMag™ on her exciting new project, Le Zoe Scribbles, her Etsy store collections where you can find stylishly crave-worthy art for any room in your home. The store offers assortments of stylish and affordable artworks that’s sure to add that personal touch to your space.
Read on to learn more about Kellie, inspiration behind her popular blog and Le Zoe Scribbles, how she got started on blogging and much more.
Tell readers a little about yourself
I’m Kellie, I’m a new mom from Boston, MA.
What do you blog about?
[I blog about] Everything! From baby obsessions to design inspirations, to yummy morsels, to DIY projects, to current fashion must haves, ..I would say that my blog is overall a lifestyle blog.
“Creativity inspires me as I am inspired by anything or anyone around me who is creative. The two people who inspire me most is my 1 year old daughter, Zoey and my husband.”
What inspired you to start your blog, what is your current inspiration?
Creativity inspires me as I am inspired by anything or anyone around me who is creative. The two people who inspire me most is my 1 year old daughter, Zoey and my husband, who is extremely talented himself! He is the one who actually taught me how to garden, cook (authentic Vietnamese food), work the camera, and gave me my first few lessons in graphic design just to name a few things. This is all too funny because he is in a completely different line of work.
“Since having my daughter, Zoey, the course of my life changed and now I’m more in tuned with my creative side.”
Why do you blog, what keeps you going?
Blogging is my creative outlet. I love to create…whether it’s a meal, a DIY project, or an art print, I just enjoy being stimulated creatively and hopefully inspire my readers to do the same.
“Whether you are a beauty junkie, coffee addict, free spirit, tea lover, hopelessly in love, or currently have baby fever – there’s an art print perfect for all your healthy obsessions.”
Do you have a brand / product that you support on your blog?
Since having my daughter, Zoey, the course of my life changed and now I’m more in tuned with my creative side. That is how Le Zoe Scribbles was born. It’s my Etsy shop, where you can find stylishly crave-worthy art by me! My motto for Le Zoe Scribble is art for all! Whether you are a beauty junkie, coffee addict, free spirit, tea lover, hopelessly in love, or currently have baby fever – there’s an art print perfect for all your healthy obsessions. I just completed my first two art collections- Zodiac Vernis and Anytime Coffee.
How can readers get access to your “Art For All” scrumptious wall arts?
Visit my Esty store to see the first two collections. And don’t forget I’m working Tea inspired collection, so be sure to stay tuned…
When did you start blogging?
I started blogging 6 months after having Zoey. My blog just blew up in a way I could never imagined! Zoey is now a year old, so my blog just hit 6 month old! I now have nearly 4k followers across all of my social media outlets.
Where you blog, your site/ blog URL?
I blog at Le Zoe Musings
Tips—do you have any fashion, blogging or style tips for fans?
Blog about what you LOVE. What’s your passion? Muse about those things and naturally, the people who love the same things will follow. Also, it’s important to engage in the blogging community, visit other people’s blogs like how you would want others to visit yours. Show your appreciation when you read something inspiring!
“Blog about what you LOVE. What’s your passion? Muse about those things and naturally, the people who love the same things will follow.”
Do you have any ideas for lifestyle bloggers, how to get started, etc.?
Start on WordPress! It’s a blogging community where writers and readers support each other. It’s a pleasant ‘neighborhood’, at least from my experience!