Monthly Archives: May 2013

{ three on thursday } vintage buttons

“I thank God for this most amazing day; for the leaping greenly spirits of trees and a blue true dream of a sky;View full post »

{ saturday scrapbook } unplugged

Created in 2003… CONGRATULATIONS! to Lorrie at FabricPaperThread on being the winner of the Art Saves bookView full post »

{ three on thursday } flowers

“How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something, but to be.” { coco chanel }View full post »

{ wednesday workshop } satin-stitch shortcut

Today, I’m sharing a simpler way to create lovely satin-stitching.  A bit of a cheat really. Start with yourView full post »

{ monday moodboard } vintage snapshots

Vintage snapshots taped to an old door in my studio.  So much inspiration.View full post »

{ the soul of sunday } sweet water

“A cup brimful of sweetness cannot spill even one drop of bitter water, no matter how suddenly jarred.” {View full post »

{ for you on friday } art saves book giveaway

A year or so ago, Jenny Doh published an amazing art-related book featuring artists who are using their art in all sortsView full post »

{ three on thursday } vintage paper

“May you seek after treasures of precious gold and find them within the hearts of others.” { mary summerView full post »

{ wednesday workshop } handcrafted charms

This is one of those projects that’s great to do on a rainy afternoon.  Or on a day when you’re having aView full post »

{ the soul of sunday } life

Life is an opportunity, benefit from it. Life is beauty, admire it. Life is bliss, taste it. Life is a dream, realize itView full post »

{ three on thursday } paper and thread

“The truth is that our finest moments are likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable, unhappy orView full post »

{ wednesday workshop } butterfly garland

A simple and summery project today.  A paper garland made from some scraps of paper and a butterfly paper punch. HereView full post »

Welcome to my new website!

Welcome to my new home on the web! I’ve given much thought to what might be the best approach to my new site, bothView full post »