Monthly Archives: May 2012


Sometimes, many times, we forget to say thank you. We forget to tell the people we Love that we Love them. We forget to make eye contact and let people know we care. We forget a lot of things. I … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned: Rejection

As an artist I’ve been experiencing quite a bit of rejection lately. Ouch. It hurts doesn’t it? I’ll be honest, I’m not used to it. I’m not sure I’ll ever get used to it. Do you? I’ve been very lucky … Continue reading

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Chevron is here!

I spent last week back in the studio at The Bloomington Print Collective printing out these awesome chevron refillable leather notebooks and wallets! Danielle and Izzy are just the most supportive when it comes to helping at the BPC and … Continue reading

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on spring and summer and sunny stuff…

well, this time of year is here again… the time of year that, frankly, i loathe– where spring turns into summer and the sun is around all the freaking time and it is way, way, too hot outside for my … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned : The Art of Pricing for Profit . . .

Last week Etsy released a video/online labs entitled: The Art of Pricing for Profit hosted my Megan Auman and Tara Gentile (of Designing and MBA and Scoutie Girl respectively). If you don’t know who these very talented women are already, … Continue reading

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