Earlier this month I attended GenCon and hand crafted a few accessories and details inspired by some of my favorite characters. Today I want to share the how-to for my floral headband.
As I type this article I’m juggling moving one college freshman into her dorm (my sweet niece, who will be attending college near me!), as well as my own two girls starting new school years and having all kinds of projects for me to do. So I’m taking a moment to breathe, put away the summer, and prepare for my favorite season: Autumn!
From apple picking to pumpkins, and beads to felt – I have crafty visions floating in my autumn loving head!
What do you make for a teen headed to college? I went looking around the studio and found a super sturdy tote bag and thought… let’s customize it! In this post I will share my how-to as well as some suggestions for customizing your own tote bags. it’s so fun!
I am so very excited to share with you the first (of many, no doubt!) acrylic pour projects that I have created with the Dina Wakley pour medium. This stuff is easy to work with, you can minimize waste, and it’s so much fun! In this blog post I will talk about some tips, how-to, and suggestions for projects as well.
Around here things are wild as we prepare for back to school! It’s been busy with work and travel – and Bandit is ready with his new Tshirt.
He gained the title security when my cousin came to visit and he shoved his head right into her purse to inspect. He hurts nothing – he just has to check it all out! Security indeed.
Speaking of – I was so thrilled to attend a totally new to me convention called GenCon in Indianapolis this past week as a representative for Brother. This event of thousands (70,000 ish?!) takes over the entire downtown from the convention center to the hotel meeting space -and even Lucas Oil Stadium where the Colts play!