I introduced you to the house back in November. Let’s take a look-see at how much has changed since then!
(Hint: It’s a lot!)
Kate reminded me that clementines were in season – so, of course, I went and grabbed a five pound bag of them. Delicious.
I really wanted to get my bake on for the weekend, so I popped this recipe in the oven on Sunday morning. I substituted clementine zest for orange zest, and it was fantastic.
This weekend is The 2015 Relief Summit at East Carolina University. The ECU Print Guild organized the Relief Summit to gather artists from across the country. The collaborations that follow helps promote printmaking knowledge.
Throughout the weekend are many demos, events and exhibitions on and around ECU’s campus. Last night was also the First Friday Art Walk, so there was plenty of fun to be had.Continue Reading
My first project post for the new house! Are you excited? I’m excited.
The house is located on a corner lot, with lots of windows facing both roads. Having three cats with sharp appendages, curtains weren’t the right path for us. And since the giant one likes to climb through blinds, that was definitely out.
I found a few mentions of an inexpensive DIY window frosting. No real photos, no how-to. Just quiet little internet whispers of the possibility of something fantastic.
And that is how I took my first leap of faith into home projects – with just two inexpensive ingredients and a few simple supplies.
Early last summer, I decided that I was done with doing Digital Project Life on a weekly basis. I was unmotivated and having a hard time finishing spreads. There are some crafters like Caylee that can pull off lovely layouts week after week. I am not one of them. After closely watching what Elise Cripe did with her Project Life last year, I finally decided to be done with the weekly schedule and do the monthly thing.
I don’t make New Year Resolutions. Those, for me, generally just fail after the first week. I just like to make goals.
So, fifteen goals for 2015 seemed appropriate.
Hello, hello! I missed you guys!
While I was gone, we had quite a few guest bloggers. A huge thank you to everyone that helped out! Moving is a pain in the butt, and knowing that I didn’t have to write posts made it easier for my to focus on what I needed to be working on. Be sure to stop by their blogs and say hi!Continue Reading
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