Hello! Hope you are all having a great weekend. It’s been sunny and warm here in our corner of Maryland – a nice winter break, if you will. Fingers and toes crossed for no snow days this week! My Canadian friends are rolling their eyes as they read this, and rightly so. I’m pretty sure there are different varieties of this project, but in case you have not seen any, here is a fun and easy way to dress up… Read more »

Hello and Happy Friday! If you own an iPad, and love lettering and fonts as much as I do, then iFontMaker is the app for you. You can turn your lovely letters into your own font in a matter of minutes. Elsie from A Beautiful Mess does a great how-to here. What will your new font look like?

Hello! Have you seen The Lego Movie? Then you recognize these lyrics? The song sticks, and I’m okay with that. We saw the movie over the weekend and I have to admit that I adore Will Ferrell. I will snort and laugh in the most unladylike manner in any movie he graces. He makes me giggle like no other. From what I have read, most lettering projects usually involve practicing letters first, then a phrase. This song came to mind for me…. Read more »

Hello Everyone! For those of you who do not know me, I was born and raised in the lovely little gem of the Caribbean known as Trinidad and Tobago. My best memories are associated with this time of year – the Carnival season. The weather is superb, the parties and music go on forever and … the food. I need a separate post on the food…Delish. For now, here is a little something for those of you hosting a Trini… Read more »

Hello! A quick post to share my new fave app – Waterlogue. I’m seeing beautiful images in watercolor popping up a lot – I hope this trend will stand the test of time! If you have an iPhone or iPad, Waterlogue takes an image and coverts it to its version of a watercolor image. Pretty handy and not crazy expensive. Today’s feature image was taken with my iPhone and converted a la Waterlogue. If you look closely at my favicon (the teeny weeny icon… Read more »