Almost a year ago I began my adventure as a small, self-employed business owner...I look back now at what seems like a lifetime ago and laugh at the fact that I had not a clue what I was doing (I mean let's face it, I still don't). My vision was big, my dreams were bigger and all I could do was stare at the infinite possibilities before me with excitement and oblivion. Life was full of opportunities but it was also full of doubt, anger, fear, and isolation. I look back on some of my posts like this one I can't help but revel at the goodness of God and all that He is capable of doing.Read More
A few days late of the New Year but nonetheless I thought it would be fun to share a recap of some of my favorite blogs from 2015.Read More
During my journey in handlettering and calligraphy I have had to opportunity of "meeting" other handletterers from all over the globe through the help of Instagram. This thriving community of instagrammers has given me a sense of companionship and unity amidst the feelings of loneliness that often accompany home-based businesses. It is with great honor that I introduce to you a calligrapher that has inspired me and my work more than she probably even knows. Meet Vita!Read More
It was about 2 years ago that I truly discovered my passion for recreating pieces of junk and turning them into pieces worth treasuring. It gave me a sort of adrenaline rush...turning something ugly into something beautiful and knowing that I was the reason for it.
That is why it brings me so much joy to be able to make that passion become a reigning reality in my life today...Read More
It's incredibly important as a mother, and as a father, sister, brother, whatever...to truly live life doing what YOU love to do. That is something the Father has so gently been speaking over me this week. It's so easy to get caught up in life and all the things you "should/need/HAVE" to accomplish, when in all reality if you're not doing what YOU were created to do then you're never going to love what you're doing in your life. Simple as that.Read More