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And since that cookie recipe makes a million, it’s the perfect recipe for sharing with friends. Plus who doesn’t like getting a package in the mail? I found the boxes and patterned wax paper at Michaels, tied them up with ribbon and sent them off. 
Pretty sweet, huh?

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And since that cookie recipe makes a million, it’s the perfect recipe for sharing with friends. Plus who doesn’t like getting a package in the mail? I found the boxes and patterned wax paper at Michaels, tied them up with ribbon and sent them off. 

Pretty sweet, huh?

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Life lately according to my phone… 

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Life lately according to my phone… 

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From this to this to that.
I’ve been busy working on drawings for a new project all day. I love when I get to use old skills and practice new ones. (Also nice when the project is fun and involves fancy shoes!) 

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From this to this to that.

I’ve been busy working on drawings for a new project all day. I love when I get to use old skills and practice new ones. (Also nice when the project is fun and involves fancy shoes!) 

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I stayed up late last night attempting to make a few last minute Christmas gifts. This was my first real attempt at making jewelry and now I want to keep one for myself.  Also it was just really fun.

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I stayed up late last night attempting to make a few last minute Christmas gifts. This was my first real attempt at making jewelry and now I want to keep one for myself.  Also it was just really fun.

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Freezer Paper Stenciling: This is such a quick and easy alternative to screen printing when you want to make a simple one of a kind piece. Works great on t-shirts, pillowcases, bags, etc. 
Supplies:
Fabric 
Freezer Paper (found near the saran wrap in the grocery store)
Fabric Paint
Iron
Exacto Knife
Foam Paint Brush
Cardboard
Directions:
Draw your design on your freezer paper with the shiny side down and then cut it out with your exacto knife. Then place your freezer paper stencil on your fabric in the desired location. After you’ve placed your art, with the shiny side down, iron the freezer paper with medium heat. I went over mine several times so that I made sure it was secure. Pay attention to the edges. 
Now that the paper is secure, it’s time to paint. When I painted the heart, I made sure to pull the brush in from the edge to the center so that it didn’t push any paint under the freezer paper. Once everything is covered, let it set for an hour and then pull off the paper. Check your paint instructions as they may vary, but mine took about 4 hours to fully be set.  I did the same design on a tshirt and washed it inside out the next day and it turned out great! 

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Freezer Paper Stenciling: This is such a quick and easy alternative to screen printing when you want to make a simple one of a kind piece. Works great on t-shirts, pillowcases, bags, etc. 

Supplies:

Fabric 

Freezer Paper (found near the saran wrap in the grocery store)

Fabric Paint

Iron

Exacto Knife

Foam Paint Brush

Cardboard

Directions:

Draw your design on your freezer paper with the shiny side down and then cut it out with your exacto knife. Then place your freezer paper stencil on your fabric in the desired location. After you’ve placed your art, with the shiny side down, iron the freezer paper with medium heat. I went over mine several times so that I made sure it was secure. Pay attention to the edges. 

Now that the paper is secure, it’s time to paint. When I painted the heart, I made sure to pull the brush in from the edge to the center so that it didn’t push any paint under the freezer paper. Once everything is covered, let it set for an hour and then pull off the paper. Check your paint instructions as they may vary, but mine took about 4 hours to fully be set.  I did the same design on a tshirt and washed it inside out the next day and it turned out great! 

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Holy stickers!! 
Check out this amazing installation for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art by artist Yayoi Kusama.  She gathered used furniture, recreated a typical Australian home all in white and then gave kids tons and tons of stickers to cover it in colorful polka dots over the course of two weeks. The show runs through March 11, 2012.

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Holy stickers!! 

Check out this amazing installation for the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art by artist Yayoi Kusama.  She gathered used furniture, recreated a typical Australian home all in white and then gave kids tons and tons of stickers to cover it in colorful polka dots over the course of two weeks. The show runs through March 11, 2012.

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Life lately according to my phone… 

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Life lately according to my phone… 

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1. I’m not much of an earring wearer, but I’ve definitely had my eyes on this particular pair.
2. This is a great DIY post mixing two trends: color blocking and neon. Love it!
3. I’m always changing the colors of my nails, but lately I’ve been rocking a couple shades of neon pink.
4. I pretty much want to own everything Clair Vivier makes. This clutch is no exception.
5. Who doesn’t love a good ampersand?

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1. I’m not much of an earring wearer, but I’ve definitely had my eyes on this particular pair.

2. This is a great DIY post mixing two trends: color blocking and neon. Love it!

3. I’m always changing the colors of my nails, but lately I’ve been rocking a couple shades of neon pink.

4. I pretty much want to own everything Clair Vivier makes. This clutch is no exception.

5. Who doesn’t love a good ampersand?

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I met Ashley a year ago through a friend and was so excited when she approached me to help her redesign her entire site. Ashley has a really fun almost whimsical approach to life and we wanted to incorporate that feel into her new design. 
She was inspired by an artist who sketched designer heels,  so we photographed her shoes and then I hand drew them to create the custom header, footer, twitter and facebook icons. AND it’s a completely responsive design that changes with the size of your browser all the way down to a custom mobile site!
If you love shoes, definitely check out Shoerazzi and her brand new design!

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I met Ashley a year ago through a friend and was so excited when she approached me to help her redesign her entire site. Ashley has a really fun almost whimsical approach to life and we wanted to incorporate that feel into her new design. 

She was inspired by an artist who sketched designer heels,  so we photographed her shoes and then I hand drew them to create the custom header, footer, twitter and facebook icons. AND it’s a completely responsive design that changes with the size of your browser all the way down to a custom mobile site!

If you love shoes, definitely check out Shoerazzi and her brand new design!

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Life lately according to my phone…

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Life lately according to my phone