Sunday, January 22, 2012

366 Photos: Week Three

Time just keeps flying by...
This week I (finally!) finished and mailed out all of my Kickstarter rewards, launched the Cloth Book of the Month program, started work on a series of printed alphabet books, gave my girl bangs (adorable), relived my 80's summer vacations with some spirographing, fell in love with my new Silhouette Cameo, and chilled with my favorite people.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Cloth Book of the Month, officially launched!!

All of the details are finally in place and it's with enormous excitement that I announce the official commencement of the Cloth Book of the Month program!

January 2012 Book of the Month: BIRDS!

January's book is Birds, available as part of a subscription or on its own. Birds are one of my favorite things to make and for this first book I wanted to include a broad spectrum of types of birds. I will surely make lots more bird books with a more specific focus!

The subscriptions come in 3, 6, 9, and 12 month lengths and would make a wonderful gift for a baby shower or birth. Check out the options here.

I had a blast working on the details to make the subscriptions super-special, including these library card welcome letters!

Here's to many months of cloth books!!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

366 Photos: Week Two

It's the second week of the year and halfway through January and it looks like winter may have finally arrived, but still no snow. Boo.This week was filled with lots of sewing, a new haircut for the girl, painting rocks with friends, lots of hot beverages, kids crafting, and weekend shopping (tractor not included). Living the life!

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

366 Photos: Week One

The days, weeks and months seem to go by so fast I can hardly remember what filled all of the moments that constitute a year. I'm hoping to capture one of those moments each day this year, 366 (a leap year!) little moments to make up a picture of 2012. Here we go, week one!

This week we found a live dandelion, reorganized and restocked for the work ahead, convalesced after a bout of pneumonia, cultivated a family-wide obsession with Tintin, resumed our homeschooling with some research into ocean animals, made and gifted some things for the cousins and visited with the extended family. A good start to the best year ever!