Monthly Archives: August 2009

Inspiration: Scoutie Girl

I’ve mentioned this blog before…and it’s worth repeating…Scoutie Girl rocks! What is Scoutie Girl? In their own words… Scoutie Girl is the blog with a penchant for the passionately handmade. We feature original design – from both emerging and established crafters – to enrich your life. Here’s the big whoop & why you should care:… Continue Reading

Busy Day

Busy Day

I spent several hours today meeting with the 3 other members of the operating board for an art show we’re planning for november. We started “Artists for a Cause” about 2 years ago, with the intention of donating 20% of our proceeds to a local Redlands charity each year. Our 1st year we were a… Continue Reading

August Mid-month Goal Checkup

Testing, testing, is this mike on? 😉 This week has been crazy busy with lots of online stuff. It’s amazing that at some point all the time spend blogging, commenting, twittering, etc… starts to pay off. I started this month hoping that i could send a couple of shout outs to a blog or two… Continue Reading

Laptop Bag for Liz!

1st of all, Stirling and my chaise are getting more blog time – Design Hole featured my before & after chaise today – WooHoo! Thanks for the bloggy love! And now – Liz’s laptop bag! Liz is a wonderful friend when is a tremendous help in all that I do. We do the local art/craft… Continue Reading

More Blog Mentions!

Hello World! I got mentioned on not 1, but 2 blogs yesterday! Cosa Verde is an online showcase for environmentally-friendly hand made items. I’ve been listing my Going Green Totes & Going Green Journal covers there. I love this site because they really put their money where their mouth is: they plant ten trees for… Continue Reading

Inspiration: Daisy Janie

She had me at “Bloom”. Daisy Janie is Jan DiCintio, surface designer and blogger extraordinaire. I came across her work 1st when (I think) I was Flickring (is that a word? If not, it SHOULD be!) through handmade bag pictures. A few years ago she was making awesome bags, and started designing fabric for those… Continue Reading