Wednesday, April 30, 2008

crafty kids

Cecilia at Craftsbury Kids has been a big supporter of mine since the beginning...and I'm happy to say that I finally have a few things for sale in her shop!

Craftsbury Kids is "a breath of fresh air in a gadget-filled world" and features fine, handmade goods from all over the world. There are so many lovely things on the site, it's hard to pick favorites, but if you were to stop over and buy one of my limited-edition Bingo Albums, you should also check out the Bubble Wand, the Jingle Block, and the Step Stool (which I totally had as a young'un!).

Friday, April 18, 2008

works in progress

I don't have much to say today...I'm off to Letterpress Things to teach another Broadsides for Beginners workshop, and to deliver these sweet treats to my friend Jen:and to finish these certificates for Yestermorrow in grand style:Happy spring!

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

ready, set, go: totally off topic

Not that I have a topic, per se, but I generally try to stick to work stuff. But lately I've been doing too much "work" {here's the short list: printing wedding invitations, co-managing a venue for the Green Mountain Film Festival, making amazing lattes, waiting on your table, making bingo journals, teaching workshops here and there, driving to and from here and there, putting bids on more print jobs, losing my mind in the projection booth at the savoy, designing business cards and cd cases for him, designing baby shower invites for her, and definitely not doing my laundry} and not enough fun stuff.

Fun times chez moi:

all refrigerator photos c/o
Reading No one belongs here more than you. {Two words: brilliant and devastating. If you don't know about Miranda July, where the heck have you been? Go here now!}

Listening to my favorite song three times in two days. It's that good, really. And I just found the r.e.m. + David Letterman video on youtube, and it's here for your viewing pleasure. Also, r.e.m.'s new single is totally stuck in my head: supernatural superserious is my theme song for the week. And it can be stuck in yours, too.

{As a side note, I've been crushing out on r.e.m. and michael stipe for eighteen years now. That's longer than I've known almost anyone else in my entire life. And it makes me feel really, really old, instead of just thirty-ish.}