December 5, 2012

Arte Styling is now Story & Space!

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In case you haven't heard the news, I've rebranded. Arte Styling has been my biz name for nearly 10 years. It was time for a change.

I'm thrilled to introduce Story & Space to you! It's been about a year in the making, and I've still got lots of work to do. But I have a new blog and a new website. I won't be posting here anymore, so please add Story & Space to your blog rolls, email feed, etc. I don't want to miss you!

Thanks for your continued support and readership. I'm looking forward to sharing more stories and spaces in the future.

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