I Think I’m Addicted to Being Obsessed

Now more than ever I’m on back on a major book making kick.  I believe it would be wise if I bought some stock in a waxed linen thread manufacturer.  Does such a stock even exist?  I’m making at the moment some Button Card Books. With a coptic or chain stitch binding, these little gems […]

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Too Share and Not Too Share….PLUS Bookbinding

I was recently asked by Sam Bowling of Single Hop, in lieu of the recent Heartbleed bug, what were the top 3 things that I would never share online.  This got me thinking…I’m such a low-tech, gullible and trusting individual that I may indeed have shared info that I shouldn’t have in the past.  (I […]

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Finding Balance At A Hectic Pace

My mother was a “hurried woman.”  There actually is such a term.  I’m not a fan of labels but I suppose it’s a good description.  I know I’m one as well.  Inherited or not, I run around from this to that carving out bits of time for kids, hubby, pets, work, and art.  (Notice I […]

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Celebrate Your Own Unique and Creative Journey

As I meet more and more creative souls, I’m constantly reminded to celebrate my own unique creative journey.  I’m not in the beginning of my artsy craftsy endeavoring, I’m somewhere in the middle.  My journey is rich and full of ups and downs.  It’s far from perfect but I love it just the same.  I […]

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Artist Makes Five Clones of Herself

It’s been a busy month.  Artistically speaking.  I’m gearing up for a month long show at Curtis Memorial Library with my dear friend and artist, Abigail Robbins.  We have a mix of encaustic work, prints from hand-carved rubber stamps, and Abby has done some absolutely amazing paper mache sculptures of the birdish kind.  (The best […]

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