Enough to go around…

It’s easy to think that the craft business is oversaturated; maybe it is, I have no idea. I suppose it’s all relative.  And it can be easy, as a small crafter/small business to feel somewhat—possessive?—at times.  Most of us have probably at some point, to some degree, felt this. The fear that someone might steal […]

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WAM Art Chatter: Take-Home

Friday night, I attended an Art Chatter at Wichita Art Museum for the first time; my friend Nina Winter was one of the presenters so I just had to go.  I’m glad I did, too, because all of the artists who talked were so inspiring and gave me a lot to think about… There were […]

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Coping with the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…

For many, “the most wonderful time of the year” can feel like anything but.  From seasonal affective disorder (aptly referred to as SAD), to feeling the pain of lost loved ones, and everything in between, winter is tough.  It might be made even tougher by the thought that everyone else is having a grand time.  […]

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You Can Art: Opinions from a Non-Expert (Mini Zine!)

One of my goals for this year is to try and create a zine each month…or at least, every other month…(I mean, let’s not get carried away!)  But I’m happy to say that so far, I’m on track.  This month’s zine features some mixed media/collage work and my thoughts on creating art.  It measures 2.75″ […]

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Autumn in Kansas: Bohemian Finds

How can we possibly be into October already?! The grand opening of the shop (and subsequent giveaway!) is coming up soon, but in the meantime, I’ve got some work to do.  So this week’s post is all about inspiration. Autumn is such a romantic time: perfect for sunset walks among the changing leaves, accompanied by a rising full moon […]

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