Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween All!

Hi all!

Well another Halloween has come and gone. Can you believe the date on the calendar? I sure can't. So much to do and so much creating ideas in the back of my head. So what is first? Well, I think a combination of things. From items for the Autumn table to all of my plans for holiday decorating. Plus I think I have some fun plans for holiday gift giving on a budget. So stay tuned and follow along for the fun. Turning in early tonight. Ate way to much candy today. In honor of the holiday, here are a couple of my fun Halloween prints!


Friday, June 11, 2010


I know that I have said many times before how much I love paper. But I haven't said it today. I really love paper! I started last year with the home dec for the walls and so many more areas that have to start with paper. And these have been very popular. These are now on the site. Check them all out HERE!
These are all made with vintage book pages.

I have used dictionary as well as music to create these beautiful prints. I can't wait to here what everyone thinks. I have been working a while on getting a big collection ready for release. I wanted everyone to have a choice across the board on what they liked.
And I am not done yet. Ask my husband, I have a list a mile long to create and I am having a ball doing it.

For instance this golf guy is perfect for the man in your life. It is so hard to find a present or even a print for a gentleman's office or study that is not girly. With one like this you can like it as well. The vintage papers are beautiful and I know the computer screen doesn't due them justice. The book pages themselves are a warm color from age. Oh and I forgot, during the month of JUNE, when you purchase 4 you will get the 5Th print FREE! So take advantage of that. Plus you only pay shipping on the first one and they are free after that.

So let me know what you all think. I will be adding more all of the time so go and check them out HERE!

Thursday, April 29, 2010



Backpack Straps

(Fun pockets for tags!)
So the other day as I was showing a friend my All About Me Printer Tray her daughter was there. She was attracted to the same thing I was...the Eiffel Tower. This has been a dream of mine FOREVER. I don't know if it is the romantic in me or the want to see history up close and personal, but it has always drawn me in. When Marlee got excited about the tower as well it took me back in time. You know, when you are a little girl and anything and everything is possible. When you make lists of things you want to do some day and there is NO doubt in your mind that you will do each and everyone of those goals you have written down. Now those lists have become even more important to me as I get older. I see how I have lived this wonderful life that has been a journey. Maybe not the journey that many people would have taken, but the one that I would not have changed for the world. But as woman many times we have a list that we set aside and forget about because there are so many other things that come up in life. I get it, I know how one day life is grand and the next the wind is taken out of your sails and a new mountain to climb has popped up in front of you. I know of which I speak, BELIEVE ME! But what if as grown woman we still dreamed. And what if we shared those dreams with our friends and our children. It could spread like wild fire. Being able to dream keeps hope alive and makes us work for something. I know sometimes things happen in life that take the path of a future as we have seen it for a very long time and changes it. But with life and dreams if you hold on to your base and your sense of self you can always jump from one path to another and find the road that takes you to your dream tower. So Marlee, thank you for inspiring me to create this little backpack for a trip to Europe, because if we all take those little girl dreams with us we will never forget who we truly are!


Monday, April 26, 2010


So I have always seen all of these beautiful all about me projects. I still haven't tried one. Plus I am not usually in the pictures of my travels because I am behind the camera. Instead I thought I would use some symbols of me. Plus I have these great beautiful Printer Trays from 7 Gypsies. And of course the help of the Graphics Fairy is always a welcome one. So here it is. What do you think?

It has everything from keys to represent all the places I have lived to the dream of reaching Paris some day. I can not wait to hang this in our room.

This kind of thing is so easy for you to put together plus, people that love you that may not know everything about you will learn a lot.

So even if you don't want to be in the pictures, there is a way more out there to represent you and the things that are close to your heart!


Sunday, April 25, 2010


(Michelle, Wendy, Danielle, Me!)

We spent last night in Port Henry. When ever we go there it feels like home. It was my aunts 50Th Birthday. Wendy and I are the daughters of the oldest sister of six kids. From the original six came 12 grand children. Well between just the 4 of us we have 11 kids. Wow that's a lot. But after I loaded this picture into my computer this morning I realized, hey, we are not so bad off for 4 mama's. Dare I say 4 "hot mama's" cause if I don't say it who will. We don't get to see each other a bunch because they are up North and we have landed in a great middle ground but it is nice to get together like this. Nothing ever changes and I think that is a great thing.

Family should always be there for each other when important times happen. So next time your invited to something that you have to fit into your already packed schedule, GO! You can't take a great picture if you don't show up to the party!


Friday, April 23, 2010


Hi all! Sorry it has been a week since I dropped in. We have been totally crazy busy around here. I just wanted to show you a little Happy 50th I just made for my aunt. I love Amy Butler papers and realized I hadn't used any in a while. So here they are. I was hooping around the blogs and saw this fun little flower being made and wanted to make some. I changed the sizes a bit but they are a lot of fun. And then ofcourse the bling. I love having those fun and shiny elements to add to things don't you.

And then there is this picture I must add. My husband is having a ton of fun playing in the yard with the tractor and yes I think his tractor is Sexy for you country music fans. It is like he is a kid in a giant Tonka Toy. Should he have been a farmer instead of a Electrican? Maybe, but I like to say I have my own personnal landscaper. I just wish he would wear a pair of tighter jeans while he worked!