Yes, you read that right. I made an Esty shop. It's called Silver Spruce Paper Co. and you should check it out. Or not. I took my love of paper and my fear of stationary being a dying craft and decided to monetize it. If you're interested in checking it out, you can click here! Thank you all… Continue reading So…I have an Etsy?
I KNOW. I am a terrible person. I left my doting blog for an extended period of time with zero explanation. I'd like to say my motives were pure, but in total honesty, I just got super lazy. Anyways, I'm posting just a little bit on a spread I made a couple weeks ago (ok,… Continue reading A Simple Weekly Spread
Paper marbling. A recent, however, well loved hobby of mine. It all started when I took a class at Paper Source this Thursday. I instantly fell in love with the art, and bought the kit immediately. Oops. Anyways, I decided to make a step-by-step instructional guide to figure out just how to do paper marbling,… Continue reading A Step-By-Step Guide to Paper Marbling
Okay, okay. No excuses. I'm lazy. You would think that the last couple of weeks would be the easier ones in terms of high school, but you (and I) would be dead wrong. Anyways, I let my creative juices flow a bit after taking a hand lettering course at Paper Source (would TOTALLY recommend, btw)… Continue reading Another Weekly Spread
I'm alive!! I've had a crazy couple of weeks with sickness and a hospital visit (T1 diabetes and stomach flu doesn't mesh well--who knew?) but I'm back now and feeling a lot better. Anyways, I've had to put my creativity off to the side, but it's back and in full speed ahead! When doing this… Continue reading May Weekly Bullet Journal Spread
Oh, late night blog post. Only a few days in and we're off to a great start! In all seriousness, sickness got the best of me, and I spent the majority of my day apologizing for being sick and continually blowing my nose. Anyways, I still had time to write down a quick how-to for… Continue reading Faux Calligraphy
Oh, French ruled paper. How I love you. Once again, France pulls through in making everyone else look bad, and this time, it's notebook paper. Not only do I love writing with these rulings because it helps uniform my handwriting, but it challenges me to branch out with my cursive. At first glance, this notebook is… Continue reading How to Write with French Ruled Paper