In my Small Business Goals for 2016, I resolved to find a more cost-effective way to make cards that still retained their handmade look. Well, after a little trial and error, I’ve found a solution.
Here’s a little about my fiance, Philip—who he is, how we met, and why it’s great that opposites attract!
Sometimes our most inspiring work is the result of a whole lot of trial and error. Here’s a peek behind the scenes at the ugly process behind a finished linocut print.
Traveling is a great way to step back and recharge creative batteries. When the temperatures drop in January, I always dream of sunny skies and sandy beaches. Sint Maarten/St. Martin (depending who you ask) is the perfect place to relax and recharge.
Now that I’ve gotten started, it’s time to start asking tough questions about what’s worked and what hasn’t, what’s cost effective and what isn’t, and, since this is a side project, I have the luxury of asking myself what gives me joy and what doesn’t…
I’ve put together a craft fair checklist, as well as the story of my very first craft fair. If you’re thinking of doing one, I hope you can learn from my experience!
I’ve learned a lot in my first month of starting an online business. Here’s what worked and what didn’t.
See how a trip to the ethereal city of Nikko, Japan inspired my very first prints: a series of Japanese water patterns.
Launching a creative shop can be scary. Blogging today about diving in and taking chances. I hope you’ll join me for the ride!
I grew up in San Antonio, Texas, where Mexican heritage and traditions are a huge part of the city’s colorful culture.