It’s been a while since I’ve posted what’s happening around these parts and feel it’s time for an update! I know inquiring minds want to see what’s new. There has been a lot of activity, but I gotta admit the most interesting piece of art completed around here lately has been a colorful thank you
It’s time to finish this bedroom makeover, and reveal the new look! Hooray! We are finally putting the final pieces together which included bedroom furniture, bedding, closet organizers, curtains, and something extra special for my girls; privacy walls to go around their beds! My makeover design is centered aroundthese giant 7′ walls that divide the
It’s time to say good bye to the Carousel mural! I made this a team effort. The girls and I painted over their nursery room mural to make way for a new and improve teenage girl’s bedroom with a colorful rustic barn theme owl decor. Remember these clowns from Girls Bedroom Makeover Part # 1?
It wasn’t too long ago my husband and I built our amazing little house in the quiet countryside of Acton, ME. We had only three small children then. I purposefully designed two girls’ bedroom for our three daughters. One smaller room for the oldest daughter to have, and a much larger second bedroom for the
The Gloucester Waterfront Festival in Massachusetts is hosted by Castleberry Fairs & Festivals, which happens to be one of my favorite promoters. They host a variety of shows of all sizes, and this particular show was a large one with lots to do and see! The day started out as a gorgeous picturesque perfect
Pam LeBlanc Strikes Again! She just sent me another one of her amazing bagzz, which she created from fabric designed from my Crazy Cat Collection. I really let the cat out of the bag on this one (or so to speak) by experimenting with this bag in a fun stop motion video! What’s that you may ask?
It was the 50th Annual Yarmouth Clam Festival this year in Yarmouth, Maine, and I was so delighted to be part of it! This festival is known for it’s many activities. Not only do they have a fantastic variety of artist and craftmen, but theyalso offer rides, food, music, a huge parade, fireworks, competitions, and
Setting up for an art and craft show can be a tedious job, however, it’s well worth the time and effort to make sure your booth display is a show stopper to attract potential customers. I have several different booth set ups I use depending on the size of the space I’m assigned, and whether
Country Living Craft Fairs have it all with the arts, antiques, handmade crafts, clothing, foods, furniture, and so much more! Each one of these fairs has it’s own unique charm… read on to find out more about Rhinebeck! You know you are at Country Living Fair in New York when you see all the colorful
I’m so excited! My Patriotic Living painting was picked to be made into a home and garden flag for Lowe’s, and it’s available now for this summer only! Here’s what the flag looks like: Below you can see the original painting the flag was designed from. I call this painting Patriotic Living. The original painting has
Ever wondered how I get my crazy ideas for my animal paintings? Here are three stories that explain how I conjured up, and created my latest squirrels paintings. 1st Story Nutty Situation Inspiration struck me in the park when I witness this black squirrel below fight with this Seagull over food. It made me laugh
If so throw me a bone by sending me photos of your favorite canine! Here is your chance to get your pet painted – Yeah!!! Note: Photos will be excepted throughout the year! I’m currently on the hunt for reference photos of popular dog breeds to help me paint my next collection which will depict dogs