Yes, it's been a long while since the last post. Here are a few of the things I've been up to... I MADE A MENU. This has been a huge work in progress since the premiere of Concerning Queens And Laundry Maids (that movie we made) last October. But finally, after months of slowly figuring … Continue reading July Happenings
Remember Ernest? That adorable (strange) green softie, fashioned from a knitted slipper-gone-wrong, and oh-so-satisfying to squeeze? (Or maybe all you remember about him is the eye/ear debate surrounding his... eyes? Ears?) Anyway, after making him, I immediately whipped up another one. And then forgot about it, leaving it stranded in the bottomless pit of my … Continue reading Ernest and Elnora: Adorable, Squishable Softies
One day, I opened a file shared by CWW (the writing club I'm part of) to see the first chapter of an entirely new project I'd never heard of. This was last summer or so. As I read down the page - I couldn't believe my eyes. Who wrote this? It sent thrilling shivers down my neck, … Continue reading Read Lilithantha; A Most Wonderfully Gruesome Tale – a book by my incredibly talented friend
Yes, it's true! Our favorite lady pirate can come be a part of your home life, via the magic of giclee art prints. Because I used a pad of art paper without checking its dimensions, the print is currently only available as a 5x7. Though if there's enough interest I may be able to make … Continue reading Evangeline the Pirate: prints for sale!
It's been a good long while since I've shared here, so here in this post I'll look over some of the little projects from the past three months! I totally forgot about this little sachet until a few weeks ago, when I was looking through little boxes in my room and found one full of … Continue reading Since January
We'll see what comes of this 10 pm don't-want-to-forget-this-thought sketch. In the meantime - SHE'S JUST SO EPIC!
Really what we wanted was some tea and hot chocolate to warm our hands on the rest of the walk. 'Cafe' is such a cozy word; it brings up pictures of coffee and pastries on a corner of a block in Paris. I had $10 and a phone in my pocket. My brother and I … Continue reading $10 Cafe Adventure