I’ve been in love making these ruffled aprons. Get ready to stock up for Christmas gifting!
My hubby is a big runner. He’s done the Houston full six times now and other races that I’ve lost count. He’s also part of a running club call’s Runner’s High and he always speaks highly of them. A few months back, I was asked by one of the club’s co-founders to create a logo for a race that they were hosting. I was more than happy to help. The race was yesterday andI was so excited to see my work on everyone’s bibs and runner’s shirts. It was a pretty cool feeling to see my design everywhere.
I just received another celebrity tweet, thanks to The Artisan Group!
I’ve been a busy little bee, creating new designs to offer to my ever growing etsy shop.
For the cooks and chefs out there, I’ve come up with a line of fashionable waist aprons.
For new moms, moms-to-be and veteran moms, I’ve designed a nifty diaper clutch, which fits up to two large diapers and a wipe case. You can quickly grab-and-go for those moments you don’t have time to pack a diaper bag.
Thank you all for coming out to see me at Pop Shop Houston this past weekend. Here are some items that sold this weekend, new, never before seen bags!
I want to give a big thank you to The Artisan Group for helping me grow my baby line of products. I was recently given the opportunity to gift Jackie Sutter, sister of Trista Rehn Sutter. I struggled a bit with what I was going to make her. I knew that she is going to have a girl and I debated back and forth on a nursing cover. The only problem with a nursing cover was that I didn’t know if she’d be nursing or not. I know that every baby wears diapers and almost all babies go through a pacifier clip phase, so I decided to make a diaper clutch, a trendy clutch to hold diapers and wipes on the go. I also included one of my loop cord pacifier clips to attach to pacifiers as a baby and even toys and sippy cups as she gets older.
I was recently given the opportunity, through The Artisan Group, to gift Renée Zellweger. After a little research, I decided to make her a hand pleated clutch with wristlet using colors from her Alma Mater, The University of Texas. The exterior of the clutch is made using a rust and ivory chevron print and the lining is also a rust and ivory chevron print but on a much smaller scale.