When I’m traveling somewhere new, you can always spot me with a camera. But I have a tendency to only take photos with people in them because I feel like those are the only ones that ever get saved. But when I happen to capture a photo here and there without people in them, sometimes they turn out pretty cool…
My super creative sister-in-law Callen started a Tumblr page called On A Whim and I am fortunate enough to be a contributor on it! Bounce on over and get inspired.
It was my Dad’s 60th birthday this year and that definitely called for a celebration! A surprise celebration with the whole family to be exact. As soon as I saw this tutorial for an awesome vintage marquee sign I knew I wanted to make a “60” and make it the focal point of the party. So I bought the materials, pulled out my exact-o knife and got to work! It was definitely a time consuming project but totally worth the outcome.
Can you think of 50 different Christmas traditions? I created 50 collectible cards sharing just that! From going ice skating to writing Santa to going Christmas caroling, each card explains a different tradition and gives you a fun tip to go with it! I also constructed and wrapped the box they come in.
I was given the amazing opportunity to intern for the Dingbat Press, based out of rural Idaho. I learned the craft of letterpress printing by registering plates on the press and printing different letterpress designs, which included: wedding suites, graduation announcements, gift tags, note cards, etc. These are some of the products that I printed: