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The Lush enthusiasm is still abundent in the house. My daughters and their freinds went to the mall last week and one them bought a Lush Shower Jelly. It was expensive and funny. I'm not sure how you use these,...

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I made this mini plant shelf for my mini plants. This is made from popsicle sticks and white tacky glue. I have a very mixed relationship with glue guns and try to avoid them if I can. The glue bugs...

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I picked up this adorable kit at Collage a bit back and had so much fun putting it together. I have a mini ATC shrine kit from this same company, Coffee Break Design. They are really easy to assemble and...

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We just got back from camping at Lost Lake and it was so beautiful and so fun. This was our first time there. I know many families go there every year so I was warned it was really busy. It...

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It's hot again here. Most of the summer in Portland has been pretty mild, which has been lovely. It was crazy hot last night when we went to Oaks Parks. There were no bugs this year. Well, very few. And...

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We made bath bombs yesterday and they were a huge success. I made them ages ago, before kids, but never made more. Then when I had babies, bath bombs were a bad thing. We got one as a gift and...

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This last week we have been making runes. Not all of us, the older girls are not so interested, but my youngest wild-child is all over it. I made the top two sets from air-dry clay and then painted them...

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I always seem to work on these at night, when it's too warm in the kitchen (we don't have AC) and I have the oven on. I just sweat and am constantly putting these little figures in the freezer because...

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I wanted a new summer tote and was very inspired by this Nani Iro double gauze that I bought at Modern Domestic. l've been making bags and zip pouches so much this year, but not really for myself. I didn't...

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The summer is moving fast around here. After a very hot May, it's been a very cool July. I'm not complaining. Maybe just a little. It's been too cool to swim most days—that would be my only complaint. I have...

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I'm so excited to have a new art print in my etsy shop. I've been wanting to do this one for a long time. This is a color print illustrating various restricted items to mail to various countries. All this...

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We made it through another 4th of July with no injuries. Well, I got one during the archery tournament, a band snap from the bow on my inside forearm that will be a horrible bruise few 2 weeks, but besides...

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Okay, due to some impulsive photo deleting, I am using photos from old post. I wanted to share the easiest and best lemon curd recipe, and searched my own blog making sure I hadn't done this before (I had) but...

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Earlier this month we spent a week in Sunriver and explored the surrounding areas more than we normally do. Usually the girls like to swim so much that it's hard to break away, but it was much cooler this year...

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I am so happy to have to new oils for sale in my etsy shop! These new oils are ones I made a bit ago, for myself, and can't get enough of them. One is a new scent—Earth Perfume Oil,...

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We made a trip to Ed's House of Gems and Paxton Gate, both here in Portland. We can spend hours looking at and playing with rocks, crystals, and gemstones. We had never been to Paxton Gate before—very fancy! I know...

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For about a month now, during the day, I have been working in a sketchbook drawing and using paper college. I've been using these same shapes in my paintings, monoprints, quilts, and fabrics for about 15 years now. I keep...

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So, I made these this week. They had been on my list since I saw the video how-to a few weeks ago. I realized there was no reason to make one at a time, especially for a family of five,...

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It's hot here. Like, 96°. It was hot yesterday too, so we went to Wahclella Falls and then had a great lunch at Bridgeside looking overlooking the river and the Bridge of the Gods. It was a lovely day and...

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A request was made for some Adventure Time charms so I made these (using a you tube tutorial) along with some lemon cakes in the back there. I need to display these. I haven't been up on adding charms to...

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I was on a dance-skirt-making jag a bit back and also a fabric painting jag and this is one of the results. The dance skirts in the stores now are all made from lycra, and not hemmed. Super easy. I...

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I fell down the rabbit hole a few weeks ago when I found myself on you tube looking at Z palettes. And then DIY Z palettes, and then videos of depotting single eye shadows (which I was told was a...

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We just got back from a store that has a lot of bulk candy. Like, a whole lot. (Winco.) I saw bulk sprinkles and had to get some. I posted this photo on instagram about 4 minutes ago and Erin...

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We revisited the French Revolution and a bit of Mozart this last month. We were inspired to do some craft projects having watched Marie Antoinette (2006), which we have seen many times. The costumes. The costumes. I love going through...

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We have a new member of the, Penelope, who was a rescue. She is really amazing. I have never know a chihuahua before—they are so cuddly. I know they can be a bit feisty, but she is just a sweetheart....

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I knitted a head warmer thingy with cables! This is very exciting. I messed up quite a bit but kept going anyway, realizing what I did wrong and not doing it again. I just turn that crazy part underneath when...

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I was looking around for a different craft and landed on these miniature books on you tube and had to make them. This is a tutorial that uses a PDF available for sale in her etsy shop, so it's not...

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Duke Ellington celebrates his 55th birthday at McElroy's in downtown Portland, Ore., in 1954. From the estate archive of Carl J. Henniger I'm working on a video documentary about my mom. I needed a new project, something I could really...

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I finally used my favorite linen I bought at Jospehne's Dry Goods last year. I planned to use a different pattern for it, but went back to this pattern I have made several dresses in (Simplicity 2615, out-of-print but these...

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Zip pouches made from the finished fabric. The fabric after it was sprayed. A stencil made by drawing with a glue gun on a silicon mat. Homemade spray paints. Another fabric piece. I was looking around the internet and found...

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