I planned on putting a post together with all my favorite custom projects from 2018 back in December, but clearly that did not happen. So, before we hit February, here are some of my favorite projects from LAST year. Some work related, some not. It was really nice looking back at projects from the year and seeing that I did complete some projects I was really proud of, made some new connections, and zeroed in a bit more on what I really enjoy doing. There will always be more to do, and it will always be easy to see the negatives. But it’s worth reflecting on both the good AND the bad, and seeing where I want to go from here. There’s nothing magic about a new year. It’s not a blank slate. Just a reminder to appreciate where we’ve been and where we’re going – something we should really do more often. I hope you’re enjoying your 2019 so far!
Finding the perfect gift for someone is something I absolutely love. I pride myself on being a thoughtful gift-giver, and never want to give anyone more stuff just for the sake of giving them something. Right now, my living room is still rocking its Halloween decorations mid-November, and it will most likely (ok definitely) stay that way until the end of the month. That doesn’t mean I’m going to be scrambling to find gifts the week before Christmas though. Here are a few tips to finding meaningful, intentional gifts for everyone on your list!
I get lots of custom orders for mountain guest book paintings, so I get to live vicariously through the lucky couples that are planning their mountain weddings. I also get to learn about a bunch of new places that I need to visit! Custom colors and different mountain designs can be incorporated to create one of a kind wedding keepsakes. Take a look at some of my favorites I’ve done for mountain loving couples!
Today I'm sharing a behind the scenes look at the process I use to create your one-of-a-kind framed keepsakes. I love getting a sneak peek at how other artists work, so I hope you'll enjoy this view of the process. I love getting to be part of your stories in this way, and really enjoy creating something unique for each memento that comes my way.