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28th November, 2012

Studio snippets. 
1) Hand stamped one-of-a-kind notecards!
2) A package from my pals at Monoblock filled with goodies! 

These are just a few of the things that will be at my booth at Crafty Wonderland next weekend— I’ll be table 48! I’ll remind next week, but if you’re out and about Portland, please come visit my booth and say hi! 

Man I miss when the sun stayed out past 4:30… Next studio better have kinder lighting! Studio snippets. 
1) Hand stamped one-of-a-kind notecards!
2) A package from my pals at Monoblock filled with goodies! 

These are just a few of the things that will be at my booth at Crafty Wonderland next weekend— I’ll be table 48! I’ll remind next week, but if you’re out and about Portland, please come visit my booth and say hi! 

Man I miss when the sun stayed out past 4:30… Next studio better have kinder lighting!

Studio snippets.
1) Hand stamped one-of-a-kind notecards!
2) A package from my pals at Monoblock filled with goodies!

These are just a few of the things that will be at my booth at Crafty Wonderland next weekend— I’ll be table 48! I’ll remind next week, but if you’re out and about Portland, please come visit my booth and say hi!

Man I miss when the sun stayed out past 4:30… Next studio better have kinder lighting!

8th December, 2011

Here in MH-HQ the dogs are barking, our muscles are sore and our brains are racing like a chicken with its head cut off. That must mean it’s the last mad dash of work until Crafty Wonderland— if you’re in the Portland area this weekend you ought to check the event out! I will be sharing a table with the lovely Crystal of WAX Animal Crayons (we’re table 73!). There’s over 250 vendors, so stop by, say hi, and check out all the lovely goods! I’ll have Forest Friends pillows, pint glasses, prints, terrarium kits and some stationery. Get your holiday shopping on!
Saturday + Sunday, December 10th + 11th, 2011 11am – 6pm both days – TWO DAYS! TWICE THE FUN! at the Oregon Convention Center – HALL C 777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd in Portland
More details on their website! Here in MH-HQ the dogs are barking, our muscles are sore and our brains are racing like a chicken with its head cut off. That must mean it’s the last mad dash of work until Crafty Wonderland— if you’re in the Portland area this weekend you ought to check the event out! I will be sharing a table with the lovely Crystal of WAX Animal Crayons (we’re table 73!). There’s over 250 vendors, so stop by, say hi, and check out all the lovely goods! I’ll have Forest Friends pillows, pint glasses, prints, terrarium kits and some stationery. Get your holiday shopping on!
Saturday + Sunday, December 10th + 11th, 2011 11am – 6pm both days – TWO DAYS! TWICE THE FUN! at the Oregon Convention Center – HALL C 777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd in Portland
More details on their website! Here in MH-HQ the dogs are barking, our muscles are sore and our brains are racing like a chicken with its head cut off. That must mean it’s the last mad dash of work until Crafty Wonderland— if you’re in the Portland area this weekend you ought to check the event out! I will be sharing a table with the lovely Crystal of WAX Animal Crayons (we’re table 73!). There’s over 250 vendors, so stop by, say hi, and check out all the lovely goods! I’ll have Forest Friends pillows, pint glasses, prints, terrarium kits and some stationery. Get your holiday shopping on!
Saturday + Sunday, December 10th + 11th, 2011 11am – 6pm both days – TWO DAYS! TWICE THE FUN! at the Oregon Convention Center – HALL C 777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd in Portland
More details on their website!

Here in MH-HQ the dogs are barking, our muscles are sore and our brains are racing like a chicken with its head cut off. That must mean it’s the last mad dash of work until Crafty Wonderland— if you’re in the Portland area this weekend you ought to check the event out! I will be sharing a table with the lovely Crystal of WAX Animal Crayons (we’re table 73!). There’s over 250 vendors, so stop by, say hi, and check out all the lovely goods! I’ll have Forest Friends pillows, pint glasses, prints, terrarium kits and some stationery. Get your holiday shopping on!

Saturday + Sunday, December 10th + 11th, 2011
11am – 6pm both days – TWO DAYS! TWICE THE FUN!
at the Oregon Convention Center – HALL C
777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd in Portland

More details on their website!

8th October, 2011

Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing. Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing.

Yesterday I got a box in the mail with my new camera (thanks again, Tumblr + Olympus!) and needless to say, I was excited. The sun peeking beneath the clouds led me on a dogwalk through Goose Hollow and Washington Park, snapping photos and getting a little lost. But I gotta admit, it was fun. Some of these photos remind me of photos I took with an old 35mm years ago, and that’s not a bad thing. This is a definite step up from my old point and shoot (definitely the best digital camera I’ve ever owned!) in that most of these photos were snapped with my little companion Leviathan (aka Levi, aka lev-ee) pulling me up the trails. I still need to get a little more familiar with it, but I can’t wait to use the heck out of this thing.