Well! This blog has been neglected long enough! I am going to do something about it, with a personal challenge called a pattern a day. You can follow along here on my little blog, or on instagram: @fifthandhazel.
I think it’s going to be a blast–and its the perfect little challenge for getting this year under way. Here’s to 365 patterns in 2013! yahoo!!
Well, this morning I am headed out to NY with my daughter Maggie, and my good friend Alma Loveland (and amazing graphic designer herself) and her daughter. We are headed to a few art shows- Surtex and the New York stationery show. I am excited to learn a lot and relax a little!
Here is what my little artist and I did yesterday in preparation for the show:
This is a great kid art project- I took plain yogurt, and mixed it with food coloring. Cheap and easy art project- and Maggie loved it!
Have a great weekend!!
Wow. I have so much work that I have been doing, and there is some really exciting things to post this week. A lot of the work I have been doing I haven’t been able to post- its all works that have been tightly in the wraps. But I am finally able to reveal a bunch this week. Yay!
But I wanted to start the week out right- so here is a lovely love poem a friend sent me. To find out more about the author and read his poem here
“Many surfers ride summer and winter but the ultimate thing for most of us would be to have an endless summer. The warm water and waves, without the summer crowds of California.”
(quote from Endless Summer) Viva Baja.
Photo taken on my vacation to Baja Mexico.
“Grandmothers are just ‘antique’ little girls.” (Author Unknown)
This is my grandmother’s old hat- isn’t it fantastic?