One of my current side hustle projects is to make a coloring book of floral art. I'm not talking about the intricate mandala-style books, where one missed paisley is a stress-induced scramble to cover it up. I want nice big patches of petals, or rosy cheeks for someone to puddle watercolors on top of. Here's … Continue reading Color Me Bad: Coloring Books for EVERYONE!
Everything is Better with CONFETTI
Our friend Whitney threw the most colorful and fun wedding celebration. The groomsmen had pompom boutonnieres, we tossed dried herbs and jingled bells as the new couple made their way to their chariot. The reception had vintage planters filled with colorful blooms, and giant confetti-filled balloons. Here are a few photos from the florists behind … Continue reading Everything is Better with CONFETTI
Working Girl Cake
I have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to Cakes. Birthday cakes, baby cakes, wedding cakes, cookie cakes, naked cakes, drip cakes, vintage cakes, meringue cakes...you name it, I've pinned it. I have the best intentions of making Nicole and I the most grandiose, sparkling and macron themed birthday cake, but then every year our birthday … Continue reading Working Girl Cake
Book Love: Folk Art Techniques
My personal artistic style is messy, dreamy, and intuitive. I very rarely sketch out ideas or work with a final image in mind. This might be why I'm compelled to buy every art-technique book out there, because the process is so foreign and fascinating. I LOVE folk art, and folk design, from all regions of … Continue reading Book Love: Folk Art Techniques