“Bachelorette Party”… a time for quality gal pal bonding time, silly penis games, and SWAG. A few weekends ago I went to a bachelorette party to celebrate one of my best friends who is finally tying the knot after a Covid postponement. We were all super excited to get together in a more normal, post vaccination world in Isle of Palms / Charleston to spoil our bride silly! I was especially excited to craft up a swag bag package using my Cricut Explore Air 2 and my Cricut Easypress 2.
Remember the days when we were actually able to attend special events, to gather and hug and see smiling faces? Me too, friends. Me too. So what to do when your big sis is expecting her first baby, and you aren’t able to throw a special shower, round up fam and friends, give her allContinue reading “Crafty Nonsense: Baby Shower In A Box”
I think we can all agree that this year has been a pretty stressful one. When quarantine started back in March and reality set in that we were going to be locked in for a while, my anxiety levels went through the roof. I will admit – I even went through a panic attack wherein I was convinced that the world was ending. I was in desperate need of a positive distraction. And so the Corona Crawl was born…
During quarantine, I’ve discovered a lot of things about myself. I like to make checklists to maintain some semblance of productivity. I don’t hate the Marvel movies. I can go a week without washing my hair. And I love paint by numbers (or – as I affectionately call it – “PBN”). I have to giveContinue reading “Crafty Nonsense: PBN”
When quarantine started, my mind raced in a billion different directions. Nobody has a guidebook on a pandemic, a roadmap for where this will take us and how long it will last. So my first response was panic. I stocked up on canned goods and cleaning products. I scoured online news articles for predictions and answers. I asked my boyfriend Ryan at least three times a day… “Is the world ending?!”
Then I took a few deep breaths. And I turned to my trusty creative therapy outlet that has gotten me through a plethora of low points over the years: collaging. In high school, I started cutting up magazines for images, colors, and fonts that I then pieced together into unique creations.