From top to bottom and left to right:
- Put some new layers on an old painting
- Sweet little fluff ball
- Only 250 more Christmas cards to cut, fold and package!
- Hand cramp city
- I think we can stop calling this guy 'Fat Barney' now
- It's my responsibility to eat all the leftover Halloween candy
Hello November! I know I think/say this every month, but where did the time go??
I feel like it was a just a couple weeks ago that we moved into
our new house, but that was all the way back in August. I've
been spending a lot of time working on a new project called
CourseCraft with my husband. It's a tool to easily
create e-courses and sell them. You heard it here first, it's going to be totally
rad. It's not quite ready yet, but you can sign up for the mailing list and find
out the minute we're done. Now on to the free stuff:
I had so much fun making my first iPhone wallpaper last month,
I thought I would try it again. This time I also created a desktop wallpaper.
Just a fun little calendar and leaf design in some pretty fall colours, I really
hope you enjoy!
There are 3 sizes to choose from depending what kind of computer/lappy you have
so there should be something for everyone's situation. Just click one of the
buttons below to get the full size image. Then just save it and set it as your
Let me know how you like these! I would like to make this a monthly thing, it's
great design exerscise for me too. On a semi-related note, I think I've figured
out something to do for my next 52 week project. It involves putting my
design skills to work every week. Start thinking about your own 52 week project
because the end of the year will come up quicker than you think.
I'm in love with this colour combo, emerald and navy together look so rich
and beautiful together! Dark jewel tones look great on everybody, even me with
my very fair skin. That emerald green wall look gorgeous too, it would make a
very striking accent wall. Beautiful dark colours like this actually make me
excited for cooler weather.
Do you need a last minute Halloween decor DIY? Well you're in luck cause I'm
a last minute kind of person too and I just made these cute little Halloween
gift tags for you! Print them off and stick 'em on treat bags and you'll look
like you've had this planned for weeks. There are two designs to choose from
so take one or take them both.
My printer is wimpy and can't handle cardstock, so I printed them on regular
paper, glued the whole sheet to a sheet of cardstock and then cut them out.
If your printer can handle thicker paper... well, I'm jealous of you.
Download the printables:
// Spider Web