November is a busy month for fall shows. I am so excited to be participating in the Detroit Urban Craft Fair this year! Handmade Detroit always puts on the most amazing events and this year the show is at the Magic Stick Nov 21st from 10-7, one of my favorite spots in D-Town. I am also participating in the Old Town Underground this Sunday in Lansing from noon-5, the Lewis Holiday Bazaar in Portland 10-3, OR Nov. 7th, Art in the Park Ypsilanti Nov. 14th 10-3pm, and the DUCF Nov. 21st and can't wait! Hope to see you at one of these shows. I am offering a special to those who attend DUCF on my mailing list, shoot me an email if you would like to be added, firstname.lastname@example.org. Oh, and Happy Halloween!!
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
The grey skies are showing their face more frequently and the coffee/tea is flowing. This time of year, I drink about 4 cups of coffee or tea a day, depending on my mood. Today it was both, and with my creme brulee flavored beans, I am happy:) The grey days are perfect for photographing, so that is what I did. Here a few new additions to my etsy shop.
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Monday, October 26, 2009
Halloween is coming up and the festivities are under way. This past week I visited my family in Philadelphia and had a blast. Philadelphia is filled with interesting places to photograph and the history is everywhere you look. We took my niece to the Please Touch Museum for a Halloween party and it was awesome, there was so much for the kids to do and such cute costumes. She dressed up as a princess and I was a mouse, pretty simple but fun! I am busy working on some new cuffs and will post pictures tomorrow. Here are a few pics from Philly...
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Monday, October 19, 2009
Happy Monday! I am in the process of starting a new etsy shop focusing on my photography. I have always loved taking pictures and documenting the beauty that surrounds us. These days, we can all use a little beauty with what is going on in the world. Growing up, the words of Jack Kerouac were often near and inspiring to me. Here is a sneak peak of a few photographs from a trip to the City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco. http://www.citylights.com/
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Sunday, October 18, 2009
I love Sundays, a day to relax and get things done around the house before the week starts up again. Today I am preparing for a trip to Philadelphia to spend time with my sister and her family, I can't wait to see my three year old niece! I made t-shirts for them in honor of a baby boy on the way, pictures to come. The winner of the fall giveaway is Drew of Birmingham, MI with a pair of yellow filigree earrings. Thanks to everyone who participated and stay tuned for the winter give away! A few pictures of some new additions to my etsy shop, hope you have a great week.
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Thursday, October 15, 2009
Michigan has the best Cider Mills, in my opinion. This is my fourth year living in the state and it is still one of my favorite things to do. The leaves start changing, the air is crisp, and it is Cider Mill time. It is makes me feel like a kid again. I always look forward to honey crisp apples, cider, jam, and the best cinnamon and sugar doughnuts. Each year, we try to go somewhere new and this Saturday the Franklin Cider Mill, founded in 1837, is our destination. If you live in MI, maybe I will see you there! Above are a few pictures from their website www.franklincidermill.com
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Thursday, October 8, 2009
Happy October! Fall is here and so is the fall giveaway. The giveaway is a pair of oxidized and hand painted brass filigree earrings, you get to choose the color- turquoise, antiqued white, or ochre yellow. If you would like to be considered, please leave a comment after this post or email me at email@example.com with your name, email, and color choice. Sunday, Oct 17, I will put all the names in a bowl and have my boyfriend draw the name of the lucky winner. I will email to notify and ask for your address at this time. Thanks and good luck!
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