Monthly Archives: June 2011

I want to …

Everyone, meet Amelia Grace. She is the brain-child behind this awesome drawing. I wish I could draw like a kid again — it’s fearless. They just make it work and I love that. I sit down with a pen and … Continue reading

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D.C. // Recap Part 3

Are you overstimulated yet? Oh good, because there’s more! On our last day in D.C. we were lucky enough to have a private tour of the Capitol Building. Wow. Talk about detail. I couldn’t stop looking in all the nooks … Continue reading

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Castle and Things

I think I could spend all day looking at the fantastically simple, colorful and fun things that Castle and Things has to offer. They make me want to make art, I like that. [layout and background image by BDR, one, … Continue reading

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D.C. // Recap Part 2

During our trip Eva and I did a lot of eating. One of my favorite places was Ted’s Bulletin on Capitol Hill. We had a late start to the day and a tour of the Capitol in the early afternoon, … Continue reading

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D.C. // Recap Part 1

Day 1 of D.C. was crazy. Mainly because the first half of it seemed like a fake day. Eva and I took the red-eye flight out of Seattle on Sunday, layover and all. Woah, it was a long night/morning/day. A … Continue reading

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Friday Fun Day // Eastern Washington Style

Happy Friday y’all! What a week. I am back from D.C. and headed to Eastern Washington to finish out the week and then my travels are done … for 4 days anyway! Have a great weekend and see you next … Continue reading

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Yipes Stripes // folded note cards

Yow! More stuff has been added to the shop! I think I might like stripes almost as much as I like circles, it’s a tough call. [design, printing and images by BDR]

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