Questions and comments are always welcome!

But before reaching out, I recommend you check out my new-and-improved F.A.Q. page to see if you can find the answer to your question there.  I have sections for reader questions as well as business questions.

You can reach me via email at thethinkingcloset {at} gmail {dot} com

Or if you have a question that you’d like to open up to The Thinking Closet Facebook community (we love helping each other problem-solve), then submit your question to me via private message or wall post over on Facebook.

Best regards,

This is Lauren, signing off.

Lovely comments so far...

  1. Hi! I nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award!

  2. I would love to contribute a project to your challenge. I am new to blogging my blog is here: and I have posted a couple of recent projects there. I love my silhouette!

    • Yay! I’m thrilled that you want to join us in the Silhouette Challenge; look out for an email from me with more deets. Now, I’m going to head over to your blog to check out your recent projects. I’m still learning the ropes, so I’m sure I could learn a lot from you. Thanks for dropping by!

  3. Interested in joining your group – just got a Silhouette Cameo!

  4. Please add me to your Silhouette Facebook page. Just got a Cameo!

  5. Pop pop and Mor mor says:

    We’re impressed with the new location, layout and artistry of “The Thinking Closet.” Congratulations. Each project
    seems to say “look at me.”

    • Thanks Mor Mor and Pop Pop! And I love your personification of my posts. They are scrambling for our attention, aren’t they? Ha ha! Thank you both for following along in my adventures in blogging and for being such a source of inspiration for me!

  6. Magda Kratynska says:

    Hi. I love the new look of your blog. I’m thinking about starting a blog but I’m not brave enough. Not yet :)
    I’m looking forward to your new posts and projects. Good luck and take care :) x

    • It does take bravery to put yourself out there for the whole world wide web to see…but I’ve found it extremely life-giving. May I ask, Magda, what kind of blog you are thinking about starting? Would it be a d.i.y. blog with projects or more of a lifestyle blog?

      Thanks for the well wishes!

      • Magda Kratynska says:

        I would love to start crafty blog- a bit of DIY, maybe crochet – but I can’t find time for this.
        I’m addicted to Pinterest :)
        I’ve got two daughters Melissa 3yrs old and Erin 10 mths old. They do keep me busy.

        • What I would recommend if you’re considering starting a blog, but not 100% sure you have the time for it is to write a few posts just in Microsoft Word or even on paper. Take photos. Do it all like you have an audience. After you build up 5 posts or so, re-evaluate to see if you think you’d ever like to make these posts public or if you have the time for it. If so, you’ll have 5 solid posts built up as a great starting point. That’s my two cents. I’m sure a 3-year-old and 10-month-old keep you occupied, though! Best of luck.

  7. Hi Lauren,
    I’m super happy as I’m writing this e-mail to you because I made hubby watched your ‘All I want for Christmas Cameo’ video days ago and that same evening, I opened the ‘Michaels Store’ flyer and there it was, for the first time they had a ‘Silhouette Cameo machine’ available in our area. I was jumping because I was too excited. Hubby surprised me with my own days ago.
    I wanted to let you know about this Lauren because you know how much I love all your projects and I’m always excited when I see one of your Silhouette projects pop in my inbox.
    Thanks to your lovely and funny video I was able to convince hubby of how much I really wanted my own for Christmas. Well, Christmas came early this year for me and I’m happy to be sharing this with you :-)
    Thanks again friend for inspiring me with everything you do in your blog

  8. Oh my goodness….I just found your blog via a pin, and I’ve been here for at least an hour! Love your blog, your blogging tips, your crafty-ness and well….everything! So glad I found you!


  9. Johnnie Hoffman says:

    I like your tin can (hole punched) luminary. What I need to know is: Instead of putting a Christmas tree light in the drilled hole, could I leave the bottom solid and just place a tea size candle in it without the paint blistering on the inside and outside.
    Thanks for your prompt reply.

    • Oh yes, you’d have no problem at all placing a tea-light inside! Those don’t get very hot at all, so I don’t anticipate any blistering. In fact, I’m kicking myself for not thinking of that idea! ;-) Do send me a photo of your ornament if you give it a whirl. I’d love to see it!

  10. Mary Lucero says:

    Okay Lauren, you are too precious Girl! I was looking at a pallet project you posted on Pintrest and it brought me here. I love that you’re a fellow Starbucks Chai lover and that you have a favorite scripture! Your blog so made me smile today! Keep it going! I plan on visiting often!!

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