A feral cat my sister befriended had a litter of kittens on her back deck! Eeee! Today I went over to play with them before they join their adoptive families next week. Naturally I brought my camera, because I can’t properly enjoy cute animals unless I can photograph them. Obviously.
I thought you might like to see a few snaps! Scroll down slowly and spread your kitten photo viewing out over a few minutes to avoid death by cuteness overload.
Holy cow! After less than a month I’m nearly sold out of my uterus pins. Thank you to everyone who ordered! Now I’m creating a whole line of enamel pins. Here’s a little sketchbook process…
Some of these concecepts haven’t made it to their final forms yet, but a bunch have! I’m trying to decide which 4 or 5 of the pin designs below to add to the shop first. Which are your favorites? I want them all!
1. stag beetle “love bug” pin
2. green thumb pin
3. draw something pencil pin
4. smarty pants pin
5. egg & sperm pin
6. Pilea peperomioides pin (my favorite houseplant)
7. tea lover pin
8. crazy plant lady pin
9. heart eyes turd & fly pin set
Puppy post! Until today I had never had Mabel professionally groomed. I always just did my best with her incredibly thick fur and had plenty of fun along the way. Sometimes I totally butchered it and made her look ridiculous, but whatever. I was saving money, and we both enjoyed the time spent together on puppy spa days. Sadly, with the baby taking up all my time, Mabel had turned into a complete mess over the past 5 months. She looked like one of those “before” shots you see of abandoned dogs. See? (cue sad violin music)
I finally gave in and had a mobile groomer come to the house to work her magic. I am totally smitten with Mabel’s new look! Eeee! (Not pictured—her huge fluffy pom pom tail awww.) Somehow she smells minty too, which is pretty great. Here’s hoping that lasts, hah.
(For the record Oliver’s fur is thinner and easier to maintain, so I’ve been able to keep up with his grooming myself. Also he hates strangers, and I’m quite sure he would eat the groomer’s face off.)
Oh my gosh, check out my new Little Truths Studio print!
It is so so perfect, because here is my A-frame house…
Here are my 3 chickens (except they’re way bigger now)…
And here are my woods…
A long while ago I was trying to decide what color to paint my front door. I couldn’t commit so I left it brown. Clearly the print is telling me yellow is meant to be! Don’t you think?
I thought it would be fun to round up a handful of my favorite makers on instagram. Man, I really need to step up my game. I don’t know how these ladies come up with amazing photos so regularly. Bravo!
Jessica Helen of Hawk House Designs creates the coolest electroformed jewelry. I’m totally smitten. Visit her on her website or on instagram.
Lindsay Emery of Suite One Studio amazes me with her pottery and photography. I have a small collection of her work, which is quite a feat since her shop sells out fast after her weekly updates. Here’s Lindsay’s website and instagram.
Sarah Benning embroiders these mind blowing botanical pieces. You know I have a weakness for houseplant art, right? Gah! So cool. Here’s Sarah’s instagram and Etsy shop.
Dinara Mirtalipova never fails to amaze me. She’s a gouache master, for sure. Here she is on instagram, and here’s her website.
Andrea Lauren makes the most intricate hand-carved block prints. Check out her unbelievable work on instagram and on her website.
So, who have you been insta-stalking lately?