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.
Do you still write letters or send cards? With email and text messages, it’s so much easier to send a quick “e-correspondence” instead. I am still a snail mail user and advocate. There’s something so wonderful about opening up an envelope and anticipating the words that were so carefully written. But, there is something else you can do to make the receiving a letter unique and fun. Have you tried mail art?
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.
In the last few weeks I’ve shared with you on my blog and social media, two of my creative passions; watercolor floral art and brush lettering. So, now I’ve combined the two in these original watercolor cards.
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.
Running an Etsy shop can be time consuming and stressful, especially if you have many items in your shop. So, I’m always on the look out for sites or apps that will make my life easier and quickly do tasks for me.
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.
A few years ago when I was buying a new home, one of the things on my “must-have” list was a colorful door. You might think that’s a bit strange, I know my realtor kind of chuckle at it, but I had always wanted a home with a red door or at least something bright.