Monthly Archives: May 2014

  • Tissue Paper Flower Garland

    I’m so excited to finally share this DIY with you! I’ve been holding on to it for what seems like ages because it has just been published in MoPa…the coolest blog and online magazine that I just adore! Click on over to their free Spring/Summer 2014 issue for the full instructions (and check out there …

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  • Cardboard Paintings: Exploring Primary Colors

    This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support! Last week I made some cardboard canvases for my 3-yr old class. They were totally digging the format and each of them painted two or three or more paintings. I cut some pieces big, and some small. I primed some with a light gray paint, …

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  • Being Awesome + Love This {five}

    It’s time for my monthly (ish) round-up of the things I’m loving these days. But first… We had someone very close to us pass away this week. His heart stopped, at the age of 49. He left behind his beautiful daughter who is 14, and his dear and very spectacular wife. They are being brave …

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  • Puffy Hearts {fun for all ages}

    Yesterday I taught my very first art class! You may have noticed that I have a new heading up top called classes. I am SO excited about this new adventure, it has been a dream of mine for a long, long time (as my friends can attest to). I can’t believe it’s finally come true! …

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  • Mother’s Day Card {printable}

    Mother’s Day is almost here! I made this card for my mom (who is the epitome of WOW) and I wanted to share it with you. Just download and print on card stock, then trim. Or print on regular paper and glue to cardstock. Fits a 5 x 7 envelope. You could also give this card …

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