Hello dear friends,
When I shared my thoughts about the evolving in art style versus the blog, I got such sweet messages from you! Some of you say you have wandered away from the shabby romantic lace style as well. Some say a blog doesn't have to be one particular style or should not necessarily stick to one - a blog can evolve with your change of style. That it's important to listen where your heart leads you, and just see where that will bring you.
And I know there are also some of you that will miss the shabby romantic lace style here on AppleApricot. Well, I will always be a romantic at heart, so there will always be some kind of that in my arts and crafts I suppose. But probably with less lace and less vintage photos, if there will be any.
Seen in this light, I got curious as to what exactly from this blog got the most repins on Pinterest. I mean, I had an idea about what might be liked about AppleApricot, but I could be so wrong! So I did a little investigation.
Turns out, in part I was right, but in part I definitely was wrong, haha! So the results somewhat surprised me. I thought you might be interested in the result of my little investigation as well. So here they are, the most repinned AppleApricot creations on Pinterest - in order of amount of repins:
By the way, I left out the DIYs and the freebies. From top left (first place) to bottom right:
Just a fun investigation to do for your own blog. I can highly recommend it!
But one thing is good to remember:
The outcome of an analysis as this doesn't necessarily mean you have to do something with it. I know that it is been said that it would be good to do more of what works best. But if that's not where your heart leads you, then please don't.
Well, this was a fun and clarifying thing to do.
Did you ever try something similar?
Wishing you a beautiful day!
PS: the Prunus photos... those beautiful branches are remnants of a drastic pruning of a tree a few streets from here. I couldn't help but take some with me and put them in a vase :) I shared the photos and the story earlier (in Dutch) on my blog AppelAbrikoos.