New Wholesale!

Earlier this year, I tried out Etsy Wholesale. It was an extension of Etsy, but for wholesale buyers— a marketplace for them to discover new makers to stock their stores with unique products! I was an EW member from March until they closed up shop in late June. In...

Why I Killed My E-Course

In Summer 2016, I had created an e-course for an online course platform. In August of that year, I ran the class in a live three day webinar. (After the live webinar classes, it was offered up as a recording.) Fast forward to October 2016: I left the teaching platform...

Framing original art on a budget

When you’re framing original art on a budget, it can be easy to selectively ignore the obvious: Ready-made frames typically DO NOT come with UV-protection glass. We want it to be easy. We just want to go to TJ Maxx, find a frame / mat combo we like & not have to...

On working small

I have always loved working small. Full disclosure: I’ve worked BIG, too! Big is nice. It’s full. It’s loud, regardless of subject matter. It’s physically imposing. You simply CAN’T overlook it. But working small can be JUST as powerful… just in a quiet, more...

Amazing Eadie

It’s funny how sometimes, the traits that frustrate you in those you love can be the same traits that you find the most endearing, and respect and revere the most, when they are gone. Eadie was stubborn in small ways that sometimes made me sigh and roll my eyes. But...