Monthly Archives: April 2007

Martha Stewart Crafts

It doesn’t feel like Monday because it doesn’t feel like I had a weekend, but I’ll spare you that rant and skip to the good stuff. On Saturday, we took a family outing to Michael’s. My son had to build a model of Wrigley Field (due today), so we planned to run in, pick up […]

Friday Flickr Five

Happy Friday! I’ve been surprisingly non-consumerist lately, so in anticipation of the Stationery Show, let’s have a letterpress/stationery Five: Our card Custom baby business cards (so cute + the kid is already one step ahead of me!) Coasters Package Baltimore Side 2 letterpress printed wood rsvp cards The photo above wa taken by my husband […]

Bluebird Studios

One of my new year’s resolutions is to learn Spencerian script. I bought some lesson books and started the practice, and promptly found other ways to occupy my time, like accumulating tear-sheets. Since many tear-sheets are taken from Martha Stewart Weddings, eventually I come full circle to wishing that my handwriting were better. A favorite […]

Childhood Dreams

I adored the “A Very Young” series of books by Jill Kremenz when I was young – especially the Dancer and Gymnast versions. The photos were superb, and I envisioned myself living Stephanie and Torrance’s lives. Oh how I wished that I could live in New York City and attend the School of American Ballet […]

Making Muffins

I must confess: I am a world-class perfectionist. So much so that I put off a lot of things that I don’t do well enough, and thus cannot be judged on them. One of those things is cooking. If you could see the piles of recipe tear-sheets, you would think that I were a caterer, […]