Monday, August 24, 2009
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Saturday, August 22, 2009
I love vanilla lattes a lot eh!?
What is your favorite coff eh?
Don't forget to enter to win this weekend's giveaway! The winner will be announced tomorrow night by 9pm, right here on this blog.
See the previous post to answer the questions in the comments area or fill out the form and click "submit".
Comment to this post to share your favorite coffee drink!
Friday, August 21, 2009
I am hosting my first giveaway!!! I am so excited. I haven't exactly decided, but the giveaway prize will either be some cool scrap booking "destashing items" or a blank journal from my collection. In order to be eligible for the giveaway, please leave me a comment about one or all of the following:
current art trends you are into
etsy items you are most likely to buy
your favorite color combinations
Thanks and GOOD LUCK!
Oh, I will be choosing a winner on Sunday, August 23rd.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Oh my goodness! This guy is killing me! Dallas Clayton is an illustrator featured in Small Magazine (see post below this one). He wrote and illustrated a book recently called An Awesome Book. It truly is awesome. You can go to his website here and see the book in its entirety. Also, check out this hilarious YouTube video about the book.
Saturday, August 15, 2009
I'm off to First Aid training this wonderful Saturday morning. Before going, I treated myself to some quiet time with my coffee, Artful Blogging magazine, and my computer (to look up the artful blogs).
I am so amazed and feel so blessed to have access to the wealth of creativity out there. Here are a couple of my top finds this morning:
Andrea Sher's blog
and Orly Avineri's blog
Enjoy your Saturday!
Monday, August 10, 2009
Sunday, August 9, 2009
These are some super awesome welded and machined art items. Check out this artist here.
Don't you love this sink? This artist creates with resin. Beautiful work!
My friend Emily Floyd is an artist. She was at the Powderhorn Art Fair this year with a few of her friends from the Vine Arts Collective. Emily makes wonderful jewelry. Lately she's been making earrings out of recycled bicycle tubes. They are so cool, they almost make me want to get my ears pierced! Emily is working on getting her website up and running, but for now, she can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will also be a part of the Seward Art Crawl this fall if you are a local Twin Citian.