“They walk among us, silently waiting for an opportunity to strike. People you would never suspect in a hundred years, capable of inflicting deep harm and intense personal suffering.
Every 38 seconds in the United States, they claim a new victim. At this very moment, they could be targeting your significant other, or your best friend, or maybe even you.” –J. Mark Powell
The most treacherous criminal in existence is the dreaded Pen Thief. Unfortunately, in my house, there’s a young criminal in the making. No pen, pencil or marker is safe from The Daughter™. Read the rest of this entry
With the season of ghosts and goblins fast approaching, I am thrilled to share my tutorial for an altered art Halloween mini album. You can see the entire tutorial with lots of detailed pictures of creative pages on my Robin’s Nest Design Team post.
Altering books is one of my favorite activities. With so many options available from pre-made books found at craft stores to repurposed children’s books to making books from scratch, I find making altered books almost as irresistible as sneaking Reeses’ Peanut Butter Cups out of my kids’ trick or treat bags. Please note that emphasis on almost, because, well, I really like Reeses. Read the rest of this entry
Phew! School is back in session and after a crazy August I am finally going to have time to get posting again.
What better way to kick of the new season than with some exciting news. I am delighted to announce that I have been asked to be a writer for Bella Crafts Quarterly!
My first article was published today. It features an easy-peasy tutorial on creating your own coasters from paper crafting scraps. Please visit the Bella Crafts Quarterly Blog to check it out. If you have time to leave a comment on their site I will be eternally grateful.