Saturday, February 27, 2010

Sneak Peak!

Sock it to me just posted a sneak peak on their blog and my goldfish sock is one of them, yay! I'm pretty sure they will post new ones up everyday (just because they're so excited :)

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Another Sock Design Contest!

Sock it to me has another big contest and this time it goes international! You can enter five original designs and please hurry! The deadline is tomorrow, Feb. 26th. Here are my fives. I don't hope too much this time, just doing it for fun :)

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

One Mad Bunny

I know bunny doesn't need a bath, but Coco just had to have one. She's been living outside in a hutch with her previous owner for years and her bottom was so yellow and smelly with matted hair all over. She didn't enjoy one bit of her bath and she was mad at me for weeks. Just look at her expressive eye in the picture.... :P Anyway, she won't need another bath in her life since she is officially a house bunny. (promise :)

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Mini Reversable Aprons

I made a few reversible aprons (like this one here) for craft shows last year and they were pretty popular that I started making mini version of it. I haven't put much time promoting them yet but just listed this one up on etsy the other day. I'll start listing the others soon.

Friday, February 19, 2010

They're Here!!!

Yeah, my fabrics have arrived!!! (last week) My favorite one is the bunnies, of course. You can check out my fabric shop here. There are six designs for you to purchase and more coming soon.

Have a Handsome Valentine's Day!

My 7-year-old was so creative with his Valentine card this year. It amazed me what was going on in his thoughts to come up with this nice packaging. There were steps you had to follow. First lift the orange flap up to see his greetings, then open the pink flap to get to the card. Last, open it up and read the message. It's funny and cute at the same time, don't you think?

Watercolor Painting

I haven't done painting for so long since I started using computer creating logos and illustrations. I really missd it and so here's my first watercolor painting ever. I love this picture of my boys and since I couldn't do realistic painting...I went with line art/cartoon style instead. Result? Still needed a lot more practice, but not bad for my first try :P

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Scarf for the Winter

As promised, here's one of my winter projects I did. Scarf made from recycled t-shirts and sweaters. I love the colors and how it turned out but it's a little too long.