Happy (the) Holidays (are over)!
It's been a truly amazing month- but I'm so glad the Holidays are over! I hope you all had a wonderful time with friends and family- we did! Here's a look at the past month in photos. Enjoy...
This was our first Christmas with our very own tree! We cut it down ourselves from a lot of tree's my dad planted many years ago. It's actaully just the top of a very large tree.
our two year old, Taylor, was obviously very excited about having a tree in our home.
I got a lot of knitting done! I was able to knit over 10 things for Christmas gifts! This is a capelet that I designed and knit for my sister.
These are pictures from the Picnic Holiday Show I did. My friend Davey made me brunch, was nice enough to take pics for me, and hosted an after party! It was a very successful and fun weekend!
After going through most of November with very little merino- I did A LOT of dying in December! I've become really addicted to hand painting and kettle cooking.
We had a really fun cookie party last weekend.
On Christmas eve we had the most delicious prime rib- cooked by moi!
Extreme bed head!
On Christmas day my family came over and we opened presents- lots of presents!
What's left for the last few days of the month? Well, lots of cleaning that's for sure!
Be well. Be positive.
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June's Color of the Month is here and is inspired by a beloved classic children's story Miss Rumphius written and illustrated by Maine's own Barbara Cooney. The story of Miss Rumphius reminds us all that small acts of love and kindness can create big impact. I especially love this story because it reminds us to always keep pushing to try harder and do better everyday and that our actions matter.
I’ve partnered with two other local badass women business owners and put together a care package that is sure to brighten your mood!
Now that our lives have gotten so needfully small, I hope that this colorway will serve as a reminder to appreciate all the little bits of beauty that are always around us, if we only take the time to notice them. <3