you could serve anything up on this beautiful tray. maria kristofersson’s ceramic pieces really inspire me. i love the subtle imperfections . . . and the handmade feel of the platter. i’d love to serve up a cup of tea to a friend who love the handmade goods as much as i do.
a little bit of floral print goes a long way, but my world is lacking even just the tiniest bit of florals! i think i’ve got to fix this! this floral rug could really help out.
i can feel that i’m getting closer to finding my career path. i’m not exactly sure how to verbalize what it is i want to do with my life, but i can tell you that lately it is all i can think about. i feel that by continuing to blog and put effort into making and selling my ceramics, that i am getting one step closer to finding exactly what i want to do. things are on the up & up!
i like that all of these dining chairs don’t match. and the cushions are all a little different too. just my kind of comfortable living area.
yesterday i was a pretty lazy human being. it felt good, but not as good as it feels to accomplish something big. i promise to do a little more than just exist today . . .
all i can think about these days are getting some professional-looking business cards. i need something that i can hand out to people who are interested in what i do. working part-time at a small deli here in town has me meeting a lot of people, and some people are truly interested in seeing what i do! its time to start handing them something other than a coaster with my website scratched across it . . . here are some that have me wanting my own, like now!
i love the brightly colored edges on this one!
i’m starting to warm up to the idea of a non-traditional shape . . . square perhaps?
and then i’m reminded of my friend kaley’s business cards. they are stunning! the rounded corners, the matte finish . . . paired with her photographs, its just perfect. (on this particular card is my friend samantha and her tiny baby willa!) i might have to take the route she took, designing my own cards from moo! hmm, lots to think about!
luke‘s show was so great! we had such a good time talking with family and friends about the show, and i am pretty sure everyone enjoyed the art. i am so proud of him. he’s worked so hard for the last 3 years, and now big things are coming his way!
the handsome artist himself!
look at that cute baby girl! she really wants whatever jesse has on his plate . . .
luke and i are so thankful for the help and support we received from family and friends!