Brian Solis – Learning from 30 Days of Creative Genius

Brian Solis – Learning from 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 26 creative genius - Brian Solis. Really...

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Neil Strauss – Learning from 30 Days of Genius

Neil Strauss – Learning from 30 Days of Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 23 creative genius - Neil Strauss. I'm actually...

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Austin Kleon – Learning from 30 Days of Creative Genius

Austin Kleon – Learning from 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 22 creative genius - Austin Kleon. I'm familiar...

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Daymond John – Learning from 30 Days of Creative Genius

Daymond John – Learning from 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 21 creative genius - Daymond John. I was not...

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Kevin Rose – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Kevin Rose – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 19 creative genius - Kevin Rose. Founder of DIGG,...

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Illustration for Crochet Pattern Designer Tanja Osswald

Illustration for Crochet Pattern Designer Tanja Osswald

I'm super excited and grateful to have created a little illustration for my friend Tanja Osswald to help promote her latest crochet pattern release - Snow Falling on Shadows. It's a lovely shawl with multiple color blocks, beautiful, yes? And it's crocheted!...

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Kevin Kelly – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Kevin Kelly – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 17 creative genius - Kevin Kelly. Kevin Kelly is...

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Lewis Howes – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Lewis Howes – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 16 creative genius - Lewis Howes. Inspiring story...

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Ramit Sethi – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Ramit Sethi – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 15 creative genius - Ramit Sethi. I've heard of...

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Sir Mix-A-Lot – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Sir Mix-A-Lot – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 14 creative genius - Sir Mix-A-Lot. I think we all...

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Jared Leto – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Jared Leto – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 12 creative genius - Jared Leto. Famous actor and...

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Floral Frame Printables on Petit A Petit Blog

Floral Frame Printables on Petit A Petit Blog

This month my contributing post is a floral frame printable on the Petit a Petit blog. There's the version with the run away wild & free quote or completely blank so you can customize, dark and light versions. I would love to see this printable decorating your home...

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Brené Brown – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Brené Brown – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 8 creative genius - Brené Brown. A researcher and...

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LeVar Burton – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

LeVar Burton – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 6 creative genius - LeVar Burton. I know LeVar...

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Tim Ferriss – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Tim Ferriss – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 4 creative genius - Tim Ferriss. I have heard of...

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Marie Forleo – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Marie Forleo – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 3 creative genius - Marie Forleo. I've been a fan...

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Seth Godin – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Seth Godin – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 2 creative genius - Seth Godin. Super famous -...

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Mark Cuban – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Mark Cuban – Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

This month I decided to watch the video interviews on CreativeLive by Chase Jarvis and get some daily inspiration, motivation and wisdom. I've decided to blog about the series, logging my thoughts and takeaways... Day 1 creative genius - Mark Cuban. Impressive resume....

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Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Learning From 30 Days of Creative Genius

Creatives, need a genius to help you ignite your passions? You better sign up for the FREE video series 30 Days of Genius at CreativeLive! * Please note the links to CreativeLive are affiliate links. That means if you purchase after clicking through, I might receive a...

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Thoughts on Reading Show Your Work! by Austin Kleon

Thoughts on Reading Show Your Work! by Austin Kleon

With the Pattern Observer Book Club members, this month (or rather in one day) I finished reading Show Your Work! 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered by Austin Kleon. * Please note this post has affiliate links. That means if you purchase after...

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Springtime Journaling Cards Free Printable

Springtime Journaling Cards Free Printable

Happy Spring to everyone! Just a friendly notice that I've released a set of journaling cards - totally screaming springtime cuteness, don't you think? It's a freebie included in my guest post on DigiscrapHQ about printing digital supplies. Definitely check out my...

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I heart Printables Facebook Group

I heart Printables Facebook Group

The idea came to me and instead of over analyzing the thought, I decided to just go for it. I started a Facebook group to share links to printables for all of us crafty folks! The idea is to share quality designed printables (ahem, like my own) and build up a...

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Thoughts on Reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

Thoughts on Reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

As part of the Pattern Observer Book Club, we dove into a #1 New York Times best-seller all about decluttering and organizing. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up * Please note this post has affiliate links. That means if you purchase after clicking through, I might...

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Bullet Journal Newbie

Bullet Journal Newbie

Bullet journaling is all the rage now, but it's been around for many years. I remember stumbling upon the website and watching the video, but my brain just sort of shut off with the explanation, as simple as it might be... I thought, "Oif, I don't want to learn...

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Infinite Possibilities + Printables on Petit A Petit Blog

Infinite Possibilities + Printables on Petit A Petit Blog

My contributing post on the Petit a Petit blog is an inspiring art print riffing off the "infinity and beyond" theme. I also included a coordinating set of printable stationery in celebration of April National Letterwriting month. Visit the infinite possibilities post...

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Instantly Italy Interview + Free Printable

Instantly Italy Interview + Free Printable

It is pretty amazing how the internet can connect so many of us today. I was pleasantly surprised to virtually meet Cinzia from InstantlyItaly.com and was happy to participate in her interview blog series of expats living in Italy. You can hop on over to the post to...

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Quotes from Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

Quotes from Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

Continuing with Pattern Observer's Book Club was really easy since I already was reading the book chosen for February. I'm hoping to develop a regular habit of reading in following the book club (albeit passively). I'm not always participating in the discussions,...

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Letting Go of Nonexistent Rules

Letting Go of Nonexistent Rules

Even though the majority of my time is spent taking care of my two little kids, there are often lulls when my mind wanders off, but I can't physically go off and do something. I often long to go upstairs to my studio and get creative... but I can't leave them alone....

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Are you a copycat artist?

Are you a copycat artist?

I've blogged about the topic of copycats in the past and I wanted to bring it up again after seeing this post on instagram by Elizabeth Olwen. It's always been a huge topic for creatives and you can't help but be faced by the issue in your creative life, whether you...

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Feeling Scrapbook Rusty… but A-Okay

Feeling Scrapbook Rusty… but A-Okay

So it's been a while since I've really had the time to sit down and just scrapbook a layout, start to finish. I admit that I'm rusty... oh so much, it's quite frustrating. I'm feeling like I should know how to make scrapbook pages that I personally love, but why isn't...

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Scrapbook Memory Keeping 2016

Scrapbook Memory Keeping 2016

This year I decided to use an A4 presentation book to store my scrapbook pages since it's super easy to slip layouts in the booklet of page protectors. It's much more affordable than any other official scrapbooking album and it does the job. I don't mind the office...

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Memory Keeping Update

Memory Keeping Update

My sad little update for my scrapbooking effort is that I've been caught up with everything else and unable to finish any of my scrapbook  layouts. I've printed a lot of photos and stacked up some ephemera, but nothing completed! I even signed up for Layout A...

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Quotes from The Creative Habit by Twyla Tharp

Quotes from The Creative Habit by Twyla Tharp

Joining in with Pattern Observer's Book Club meant I was finally able to dive back into reading more this past January. I seem to go in and out of voraciously devouring books - into getting too busy to allow time for reading at all. I'm hoping to replace that...

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My Puuurfect Cat-Themed Printables on Petit A Petit Blog

My Puuurfect Cat-Themed Printables on Petit A Petit Blog

I'm proud to announce that I've joined Petit A Petit and Family and will be blogging there once a month with happy mail printables for you to enjoy!  Be inspired and get creative, whether in sewing, parenting, photography or crafting (or all of the above really)....

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Creative Challenges into Creative Habits

Creative Challenges into Creative Habits

I blogged about my daily doodle challenge for this year and I'm still going strong posting (almost) daily on instagram. There have been busy days when I forget or get to busy, but I can quickly pick up the habit again or sometimes I'm just not able to post but I still...

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Doodle A Day Challenge for 2016

Doodle A Day Challenge for 2016

This year I'm taking on the challenge to create a doodle a day and post it online for accountability. At first, it might seem a bit silly because if you create for a living, you probably already create every day (or almost every day). You don't really need to be...

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Good Bye 2015, Hello 2016

Good Bye 2015, Hello 2016

The days are long, but the years are short. - Gretchen Rubin There are many days throughout the year that seem to drag on endlessly, especially since I work from home and suffer from lack of connection with fellow peers. But then the year seems to pass by in a...

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Need Coffee Printable

Need Coffee Printable

Even when I'm super busy, trying to juggle mom life, work life and creative life all together... I try to find a few minutes to play in my art journal. It's helpful for my sanity and mood to do something fun and creative! This is a page in my journal for...

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Memory Book Pages Update – Sept, Oct, Nov 2015

Memory Book Pages Update – Sept, Oct, Nov 2015

I'm catching up on my memory keeping, printing photos from the last few months and putting it all together in my memory book for this year. As suspected, my album is just getting way too thick! I knew this was going to happen, but I wanted to try. I have this fixation...

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From Fauxdori to Handbound Journal

From Fauxdori to Handbound Journal

Awhile back I jumped on the midori traveler's sketchbook bandwagon and started making my own fauxdori covers. It's pretty easy to accumulate way more covers than you can use at once. So why not retire some of them by transforming a fauxdori into a bona fide sewn and...

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A Girl Needs Her Coffee!

A Girl Needs Her Coffee!

Studio Calico has a member design challenge, so I decided to give it a try and offer up my cute girl doodling for a coffee themed stamp set. At least, that's what I think would be cool. The idea is to have these everyday items to use in our daily documentation and...

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Never Alone, Thank You!

Never Alone, Thank You!

Working from home often results in feeling isolated and downright lonely at times - and I mean lonely in my business work life which is completely different from the fact that I have a wonderful family around me 24/7. I'm grateful for the love and unconditional...

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Marketing That Makes Sense

Marketing That Makes Sense

I must admit that I have never really understood marketing. Because I didn't know how to approach it, I simply avoided it altogether. I often fell into the trap of thinking, hey, if I create great stuff, people will just find me naturally, right? I never want to be a...

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July and August 2015 Memory Book Pages

July and August 2015 Memory Book Pages

I've caught up and added in my July and August photos to my handmade memory book. I'm realizing how nice it is to include just pages of photo pockets, because it is faster and easier. However, I don't really LOVE the look of it... so I still don't think I would...

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Looking Back on Favorites

Looking Back on Favorites

Recently I've been spending some time to look back on my own work and pick out my favorites. It's actually an accidental exercise as I was backing up files and doing some digital organization, so was forced to dig into the archives. Years and years of artwork - much...

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June 2015 Memory Book Pages

June 2015 Memory Book Pages

Yup, it's sort of inevitable to fall behind when it comes to memory keeping. After all, we are chasing our memories in real-time... how can one ever be "caught up" truly? The month of June really flew by for me and I didn't even take notes on what happened day to day...

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Moodboards

Moodboards

These past couple of weeks I have been creating a visual moodboard each week to participate in Decor8's moodboard instagram challenge.   It's actually been a very relaxing and fun process to go through my collection of magazines. Not only am I finally using my...

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Experimenting on Periscope

Experimenting on Periscope

Working from home means I often feel disconnected from the rest of the world... the real world. So of course I think it's amazing to be able to connect with others in real-time as if I was a social butterfly, chatting it up in a cool coffee shop. Enter Periscope! It's...

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May 2015 Memory Book Pages

May 2015 Memory Book Pages

Finally, I've managed to gather my photos for May into my memory book. I definitely love the full-size photos, perhaps because it's also easy and fast! But also a lot of 4x6 photos that I have to put together somehow. Still need to fill in some journaling spots, but...

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Thoughts on Art Journaling and Why It’s For Everyone

Thoughts on Art Journaling and Why It’s For Everyone

What is Art Journaling? Art journaling is difficult to define because it can be so many different things. Although there might be trends and popular ways to approach art journaling, I believe there truly aren't any rules at all. In fact, the more I think about it, the...

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2015 Umbrella Prints Trimmings Challenge

2015 Umbrella Prints Trimmings Challenge

While surfing the web last month, I came across Umbrella Prints and their 2015 trimmings challenge. They are an Australian textile company specializing in organic printed fabrics and the patterns were so darn cute, I couldn't resist ordering a packet of fabric...

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Fauxdori DIY Experimentations

Fauxdori DIY Experimentations

If you are new to the Midori Traveler's Notebook and don't know what it is... you may want to check out the Midori 101 video by TheResetGirl - it pretty much explains everything! I should have watched the video myself before experimenting in making my own notebook...

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#The100DayProject

#The100DayProject

I've been taking it easy this month, waiting for our 2nd baby to arrive (any day now!) but still keeping myself creatively active via Instagram. It's probably because Instagram is so easy to update on a day-to-day basis. I joined in on the #The100DayProject challenge...

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Make Your Own Midori (Fauxdori) Traveler’s Notebook

Make Your Own Midori (Fauxdori) Traveler’s Notebook

I've been looking into paper planners recently and kept seeing the mention of Midori journals and notebook inserts. Although it's been around for a long time, I never actually understood what it was. The Midori Traveler's Notebook is basically a leather cover with...

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April 2015 Memory Book Pages

April 2015 Memory Book Pages

Recently there was a podcast on The Paperclipping Roundtable about scrapping 8.5x11 and I really enjoyed the discussion and experimentation that folks are going through in terms of combining traditional pages with Project Life pockets and inserts. I believe that the...

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How To Get Back On Track When You Are Losing Steam

How To Get Back On Track When You Are Losing Steam

Losing Steam Some days you wake up on the wrong side of the bed and feel like blah. Perhaps you are physically tired, anxious, uncertain, generally out of sorts... all of the above? It can be a struggle to get out of bed and start your day. You feel like you have so...

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Creative Success In Just 10 Minutes A Day

Creative Success In Just 10 Minutes A Day

In talking to many creatives online, I've realized that so many of us are blocked and stuck in paralysis. We have dreams and goals, but feel that it's too far fetched, too difficult or too late to start working towards them. I want to help us break through the false...

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Print On Demand With Society6

Print On Demand With Society6

You might already know that I have a Society6 shop, an online print on demand service that many artists use to promote and sell their designs. All I have to do is create the artwork and upload to Society6 to offer the design for sale on a variety of products. This...

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How to Move Past a Disappointing Business Situation

How to Move Past a Disappointing Business Situation

I believe that we all have great ideas and it's exciting when passion for the idea drives us to take action and put ourselves out there. We all know it's scary, but creatives do this kind of thing every single day. Unfortunately, not every launch or effort is accepted...

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Photos on Instagram

Photos on Instagram

Did you know that I'm posting on Instagram pretty regularly these days? I suppose it's an easy way to share, almost like microblogging that is totally visual. I'm finding it super inspiring and a fun way to share given all the challenges and hashtags to explore. Here...

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March 2015 Memory Book Pages

March 2015 Memory Book Pages

Another month has flown by and that means another set of pages in my memory book done! I'm still loving this new method that is sort of Project Life, sort of planner, sort of minibook combined for my scrapbooking. Just a huge mix to accomodate whatever I have for the...

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Artwork Copyrights Demystified

Artwork Copyrights Demystified

At some point in every artist's journey, you start wondering about protecting your artwork from copycats and dive into the world of copyrights. Unfortunately, it's a huge black hole of a topic with lots of misconceptions and confusion. Not to mention the laws are...

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Updates From My Creative Studio

Updates From My Creative Studio

My studio is buried under paper at the moment as I've been running print tests galore! I'm sure you can guess that my big project has something to do with stationery, huh? Lots of printing, cutting, testing, redesigning, adjusting, more printing, cutting... whew! It's...

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How to Get Started in Art Licensing

How to Get Started in Art Licensing

Have you been wondering if art licensing might be a great addition to your streams of income as a creative? I think it's easy to assume a lot of things when you see people's artwork on actual products in a store. You might think you need major connections to get that...

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Exploring Shapes in Black and White

Exploring Shapes in Black and White

Lately I've been trying to get back to the basics and spending my creative playtime exploring basic shapes and simple patterns... all in black and white. Putting black pen to paper is my go-to creative habit and that's how all my ideas blossom. I realize that there is...

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Printable Soft Floral Many Thanks Card

Printable Soft Floral Many Thanks Card

A while back I designed this soft floral thank you card for my email newsletter subscribers, but totally forgot to post it here on the blog. Came across it while brushing up my digital files and wanted to share this lovely printable download with all of you. Download...

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How to Stay Creatively Motivated and Productive

How to Stay Creatively Motivated and Productive

Are you feeling drained or stuck in your creative endeavors? If creativity is part of your job - as it is for me - it's supremely important to keep the fire burning. The key is to figure out what drives your motivation and thus productivity on a day-to-day basis. It's...

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Updates From My Creative Studio

Updates From My Creative Studio

Lately I've been super busy and creatively buzzing because of all the projects I have going on. It's sort of exhausting, scary and amazingly wonderful at the same time. Talk about a rollercoaster of emotions. I've actually been tidying up my space as we've changed...

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February 2015 Memory Book Pages

February 2015 Memory Book Pages

Finished up the second month of scrapbooking in my memory book and still loving the freedom to include whatever I want. I have full pages, half pages, pockets, calendar journaling and randomness all together. I subscribe to Studio Calico's monthly PL kit, so all the...

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Tips For Boosting Your Creative Blog Traffic

Tips For Boosting Your Creative Blog Traffic

So you have a lovely little creative blog, but you aren't getting that much traffic? What's missing you wonder. Where are your readers hiding, right? Oftentimes, just a little bit of effort can result in a huge boost to your readership. Here are some tips on how to...

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From Sketch to Print

From Sketch to Print

I've been working on many different projects this past month and feel a bit all over the place to be honest. When there's too much going on, I often turn to my sketchbook and sort of go back to kindergarten. The idea is to draw and color loosely. It's a way to let go...

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Podcasts to Listen to While You Create

Podcasts to Listen to While You Create

When working on a project, I like to multi-task by listening to my favorite podcasts. It's like having a group of friends around, chatting away while you create. There are so many great podcasts out there, yet I'm always discovering new shows to add to my list. I'm...

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What I’ve Learned from an Unintended Blog Hiatus

What I’ve Learned from an Unintended Blog Hiatus

At the end of this month my son will be turning 2 years old. Wow. Talk about time flying by. Motherhood sort of swept me off my feet in many ways. The amazing miracle of it all and the joys of seeing your little one grow, smile and melt your heart every single day....

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Smart Creative Style

Smart Creative Style

My friend Monica Lee is running her Smart Creative Style ecourse in March and I've mentioned before how amazing the entire process is! It's really about deeply connecting with you and your own unique style to make sense of it all! I've gone through the course several...

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Last Minute Valentine Printables

Last Minute Valentine Printables

I thought it would be nice to round-up some of the freebies I have posted in the past that can be used for valentines. If you are running late and need to whip up a card for a loved up, check out my printables below. Would love to see what you create! Enjoy! Love You...

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Confessions of a Creative Mom

Confessions of a Creative Mom

One of the most stifling feelings I have ever felt is the thought that the raising of my kid is standing between me and my creative dreams. It’s a scary and horrible thought, because both things are extremely important to me. So how can you put one over the other?...

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January 2015 Memory Book Pages

January 2015 Memory Book Pages

This year I decided to tackle my memory keeping in a planner format and at first, I wasn't sure how it would all work out. I created my own leather bound book and then I was totally inspired by Stephanie Bryan's project life mini books and decided to follow in her...

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Letting Your Creativity Flow

Letting Your Creativity Flow

There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium, and be lost. The...

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Handmade Leather Planner Journal Memory Keeper Book

Handmade Leather Planner Journal Memory Keeper Book

Is that a long enough title for you? Well, it's warranted because the point is to consolidate and make one thing serve multiple purposes. When we have limited time, we have to optimize, right? Planners seem to be the trendy hot thing these days and there are many...

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Scrapbook Revamp

Scrapbook Revamp

You might have noticed a while back, I consolidated my scrapbook blog BackToPaper into this one. It's all about simplification these days. However, I've been dormant online, busy with mommy duties and just now trying to revamp in 2015. You can tell I have grand plans...

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We Are All Ready Enough

We Are All Ready Enough

Happy 2015! I had the unfortunate experience of coming down with a high fever on New Years Eve... shucks! All my celebratory plans were ruined, although I did hear the happy hubbub while resting in bed. Despite the rough start, I'm determined to make 2015 an amazing...

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Artists Around The World Blog Hop

Artists Around The World Blog Hop

Recently, the lovely Kate Leonard (amazing artist!) asked if I would like to be a part of a blog hop she participated in and I immediately said yes. It's the perfect opportunity for me to jump back into blogging! What I'm Working On... At the moment, I'm basically in...

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Blog Your Way To  A New Lifestyle

Blog Your Way To A New Lifestyle

Hello blog friends! I hope you've had a happy holiday season. I've been allowing myself to take it easy for many months now, with no blog schedule, business or social media planning. It's been quiet around here because I've been thinking a lot about what I want for...

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Style

Style

I've been doing a lot of personally thinking and feeling a bit uncomfortable through the process of rediscovering myself. It's almost like the teenage years, when your body changes and the way you think changes... and it happens again post-kids, right? Eeek! I've been...

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A Summer Review

A Summer Review

No surprise that the summer has passed by so quickly for me. What about you? I spent half of summer in the USA with family and the other half, split up with the beginning trying to prepare for the big trip with my baby/toddler son and the other part trying to...

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