Welcome, 2019

   Ah, here we are:: 2019. Welcome!~A fresh new year, with months of blank pages for us to write in. It’s always exciting….and I always get in the mood to start new projects, make new plans for new art….it’s a time of hope, and that is always a good thing. This is also a time […]

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A Merry Christmas To All!~

   Ah, and so here we are! Another Christmas tucked safely away into our holiday memories. I hope Christmas 2018 was a wonderful one for you— and if you’re like me, you’re probably ready to settle in to winter quiet, enjoy some time to relax after all the holiday rush, and looking forward to a […]

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Happy St Nicholas Day!

   Good morning, and happy St. Nicholas Day! This day is one that holds a fond place in my heart, and always feels like the real start of Christmas for our family. At church St. Nicholas will come, and the children will get treats and do little crafts….there will be a hint of magic in […]

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St Lucia Day is Dec 13!

 One of my favorite holidays of the year is St. Lucia Day! I love the Scandinavian tradition of the daughter of the house rising early to bring her family food and coffee in bed, all while wearing a wreath of candles on her head.    The celebration of St. Lucia is a favorite family and […]

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A Happy Holiday Special for you! 30% OFF!

   The season of merriment is now on it’s way! If you are looking for a special piece of art for your home or a gift for someone you love— please check out my etsy shop! And NOW through Cyber Monday you can save 30% off all prints with the code MERRY30. Thanks so much, […]

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Holiday Shop Update on November 1st

Hi friends!~    Just wanted to let you know— I am hard at work on a BIG holiday shop update that will go live in my etsy shop on Thursday, NOVEMBER 1st. I’ll have a lot of new things to share with you— including original art, prints and Christmas cards! November is always my busiest […]

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The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

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