I’m now at the point in my blog where I think I might be overextending my creative capabilities… So I think I may step back and only post on Wednesdays, whether it’s a sticker sheet, an Insert, or just a little bit of interesting news…
I’ve looked over a lot of the things I’ve posted, and a TON of them were made years ago. So I’ve had weekly content for 6 months and most of it is stuff I’ve made in the last 4-5 years… Continue reading →
I love beer. I don’t drink often, but I’ve learned in the last few years that I really enjoy craft beers. I also have a memory that’s complete garbage, so I know I’ve tasted a ton that I liked, but now I can’t remember who made them, how they tasted, or their names…. Continue reading →
I’ve figured out how I can make my Dashboard layout be more than just one week a month using the dashboard – Crafty Plans!
If I use the Errands section for the weekly ‘I want to get these done’ list, and the Focus section for ‘think about these crafts you want to do’, and the small daily box on the week side for ‘what I actually did this day’, then maybe I can get more planning done, and more crafting!
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I need help, lol. I need help to make sure I plan out things, and make sure I get things posted. I make things pretty much weekly, and I really enjoy doing it. Some things I make for me, some for friends.
I really need to make sure to plan, and to make sure I actually post the things I make, so that even when I don’t use them, maybe someday someone will. So far this blog is an exercise in writing things for me, and making sure that I have access to these no matter where I am. Maybe someday I’ll aggressively promote this, but for now, I’ll just hope it grows a tiny bit organically. I’m working on monthly and weekly sticker batches for the new year, but those are at least a few weeks in the future. Continue reading →
The round up for the year – Random little things I’ve designed and made because this is fun, but have no real place to put them.
There’s a simple guided journal page, A page for lists if you’re a lister, a plain notes page, and a book list if you’re a reader.
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