I am not a good cook.
This is not in question. My husband is the chef de cuisine in our home and for good reason. I have burnt gluten free spaghetti to the bottom of our pot, I’ve baked chicken into oregano-flavored press board. Continue reading “Making Pancakes: My Lesson on Art”
Making and receiving gifts from the heart is one of my favorite ways to incorporate personalization and art into something really special.
This year for Mother’s Day I wanted to make something special for the moms in our lives. I got inspiration on Pinterest and decided to give a try at these hand-print hearts. I made one, loved it and decided to make more and photograph the process to make a tutorial. Continue reading “Handprint heart cutout tutorial”
I am working with a great group of people in the Boho Berry Tribe on facebook.
Part of that miracle morning is planning out affirmations to help me start each day. I thought it would be helpful for me to plan these out ahead of time so I can save a bit of tine on the planning each day and get right to the miracle-making. Continue reading “Miracle Morning – A month of affirmations”
So I had been admiring fancy calligraphy and fountain pens since working with some as a teenager at the Historical Society. Continue reading “May Bullet Journal is blooming”
This week, I’m working on a few commissions requested by some great friends. I’m fascinated by the slogan that was taken from Senator Mitch McConnell’s explanation of why Senator Elizabeth Warren’s reading Continue reading “Persisting”