Monthly Archives: August 2011

feeling shaky

I must admit, I haven’t been feeling especially creative during the last week. Instead, I (perhaps along with the rest of New York City and the East Coast) have been feeling a bit shaky. It started with Tuesday’s earthquake. As … Continue reading

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Artist Feature Follow-up with Anastassia Fulmer

Last time I introduced Anastassia’s work, today I’d like to show you her process. Here is a sneak-peak of the finished print;I learned that there is a lot that goes into a print…starting with paper! Mulberry paper offers strength and … Continue reading

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From where I sit.

Just a simple ‘ol post about a simple ‘ol favorite past-time of mine.  Eating. I had the (rare) luxury today to have lunch 1. alone and 2. away from my own kitchen.  I strolled into the Kerrytown Market and was … Continue reading

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Satisfaction – in its crafty form.

So the story begins with the tiniestBATHROOM in need of big change on a very small budget. Inspiration found at Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop when I lucked out with the middle mirror for $7.50. Sprayed white – perfect (mirror … Continue reading

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Eye Candy Response: Cabins

Last month I showed you a few photos of cabins I adore. They felt cool and dark and serene. I was particularly drawn to the fourth photo though — the least cool and dark — and this is where my … Continue reading

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Of Crafts & Robots

In the past few weeks I’ve attended two craft fairs where robots were quite the norm, and both were in South Eastern Michigan. Pretty fantastic, right? First up was the 2nd annual Robot Art Fair. It happens at 826Michigan on … Continue reading

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Sewin’ in the Towel: The Project

Sooooo, you know how some things work out better in your head than they do in real life? Well, let me just start by saying: this was one of those things.  I can say that, yes, I have successfully re-purposed … Continue reading

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