Succulents are so popular right now and you know how much I love them. But, if you don’t necessarily have a green thumb to grow them, why not get some Succulent art prints? They bring the beauty of nature into your home and will always be healthy.
We’re settling into our new home and I recently created a dining room gallery wall with vintage thrift store finds. I had a very similar display in our previous home, but here I wanted to add more items. This past weekend’s Goodwill visit resulted in a couple of new items.
Today I’m sharing a house plant tour of our new home with you. I’ve been steadily adding some greenery and comfort to the apartment with house plants. Yes, you could call it an obsession, but I prefer enthusiasm!
Easter Sunday is just around the corner, April the 16th to be exact. I’ve been busy creating Easter wall art and adding them to my shop. But, I wanted to share a free downloadable print with you to get you started on your Easter home decor.
When my kids were babies I did their nurseries in the traditional pink for her and blue for him. Bunnies and cars on the walls. They looked wonderful and I think that classic style is still beautiful. But, one part of the nursery decor that is timeless are nursery gallery walls.
It’s been feeling like Spring here in Phoenix for a few weeks now. That has me creating Spring Home Decor with watercolor flowers and even some digital flowers. The easiest way to change your decor quickly is with instant digital downloads.
Spring has been blooming for a little while now here in Phoenix. The weather has been absolutely gorgeous and I linger on these days when the Summer is just around the corner. All of this inspired me to create a new floral collection in watercolors. One of those pieces I used for the March Calendar.
This floral acrylics collection was inspired by two of my favorite historic artists, Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh. They each had a love of flowers and it showed in their work.
In the last few years I have developed an
obsession love with everything English, I think the term is Anglophile. I love watching old, black and white Sherlock Holmes movies, reading Agatha Christie books, collecting English china and linens, and of course drinking tea. It’s not tea time everyday, but most days it is and thanks to You Tube, I’ve learned how to make a proper cup of tea. So, you can bet that love is going to show up in my art…
The day of Love, St. Valentine’s Day, is just around the corner and I’ve been busy creating some artwork in it’s honor. My Shabby Valentine is the collection I’ve created. It’s soft and lovely and everything pretty if I do say so myself.