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August 12th, 2011 | Ruffles and Beads

 


Just a quick outfit post! :)

Shirt: H&M
Shorts: I got them in a small store in Myrtle Beach years ago
Shoes: Payless
Bag: H&M

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August 7th, 2011 | e-course: make art a part

So here’s another small project I was busy with a few weeks ago. Kaitlyn from isavirtue asked me to write a lesson for her new e-course! I was so honored :). The course is all about art and different ways you can make it involved in your every day life! I wrote a lesson about typography for the course. There are graphic design, painting, sewing, cooking, photography, and crafting related lessons. Registration is now open!! Click here for more info!

Other Lovely Contributors to the course:
mollie from wild olive
lindsay from scenic glory
erin from sunshine and carousels
zoe from pretty zoo
tara from sew tara
kristina from buy some love
maggie from maggie keenan gross photography
hannah from 17 inch heart
erika from a tiny rocket
cassie from the veda house
rachell from no mark at all
sonya from fishnets and hip checks
kristy from gastronomical sovereignty
lily from little birds
jessica from jessica durant
ping from pings zoo
nataly from beautifully elegant
natalia from i could make that 
& of course kaitlyn from isavirtue 

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February 13th, 2011 | Red Velvet Cupcakes and Butter Cream Icing

Red velvet cupcakes are one of my favourites. I recently made a batch, and decided to share the recipe!

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January 11th, 2011 | Spinach and Artichoke Dip Recipe

Spinach and artichoke dip recipe, with step by step instructions. One of the best recipes for spinach and artichoke dip, If I do say so myself! ;)

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June 29th, 2010 | The Sketchbook Project: 2011 Tour

It’s kinda like a concert tour, except it’s only for sketchbooks instead.

Today I signed up for The Sketchbook Project. It’s kind of amazing really.

What is it? Thousands of sketchbooks are exhibited at galleries and museums across America, and you can sign up to participate even if you are not from the US. It only costs $25 to participate, and you can either pick your own theme (from a provided list) or choose to be assigned one randomly to use as a starting point. You’ll then be sent a blank Moleskine sketchbook to fill up over several months. Every book is given a barcode so that you can track your book on tour, how many times its viewed, and find it once the tour is over in the Brooklyn Art Library. There are only three rules. First, you must complete the book. Second, the book has to stay within its original dimensions. Finally, the package must be postmarked for return on January 15th, 2011. I can’t wait to receive mine and get started!

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