Hello everyone. This will be a short post as I am getting ready to move. We are staying within our same town but
moving just the same. It is time for me to start packing up my clay supplies and crafting things so I'll be taking a short
break from creating.
I am excited though to set up my new crafting space! Looking forward to getting re-organized and re-charged.
I was thinking what I would like to write about next and I got this idea to make a gnome. I guess I am kind of sticking with a garden theme this month. My inspiration came from that funny travelocity gnome that you see on TV. I really love gnomes and have made them before but I wanted to make
a different one this time. I thought it might be fun to take pictures as I make him. I did not know how he would turn
We are very lucky in Brunswick to have a wonderful farmer's market on our downtown green every Tuesday
and Friday throughout the summer.
I look forward to going each week. It is just so nice to walk around and look at all the beautiful stands
filled with vegetables, fruits and berries. There are flowers, herbs, plants and local honey. The farmer's are
friendly and the mood is happy. I love buying produce that is locally grown.
Inspiration can come from so many places. Some unexpected!
My boys and I were over at our neighbor's house taking care of their cats while they were away. I happened
to notice this cute little painted wooden sign hanging on the wall. It said "If friends were flowers I'd pick you".
I thought this was so cute.
I had been racking my brain recently trying to come up with a gift idea for the ladies I work with. At the end
Hello everyone! It is great to be back on our design team blog. I have so enjoyed reading what my fellow designers have been up to. I have some fun things that I would like to share with you during this month of June.
I just finished up another fun of year of being an assistant pre-school teacher. Our classroom consisted of 14
3 to 5 years olds. As the assistant teacher one of my main jobs is to do an art project with the children each day.