Thursday, December 24, 2009

Happy Birthday Jesus!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009


Two villages have the gift of Water!
and Project 320 is responsible.

Amazing. Glorious. Unbelievable.

Thanks to the wonderful women behind Project 320 for being God's hands and feet.

I have truly been personally inspired by each of them.

feels like Christmas.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Project 320

On December 14th,

We are going to build a well.
You are going to
build a well.

(photo courtesy of Jody Landers)

Because we can.
Because you can.


Right now sweet, generous, creative and caring women from all over the country are sewing, knitting, painting, shopping, blogging, praying.

Over 100 items.
Handmade and heartfelt happiness.

December 14th
and ending
December 18th

Project 320
will be holding a virtual raffle.

10 prize bundles.
Each $10 donation to the well
earns one virtual ticket.

You get to choose how many "tickets" to buy
and which prize package you want to win.

On December 21st we will "draw" ten winners.

But most of all,
we will celebrate the victory.

The promise of clean water for a village.

Are you excited?

You should be!!!!

Because it is going to be awesome.

Grab a button.

Spread the word.

-post shared from the Project 320 blog

Sunday, December 6, 2009

My First Craft Fair!

So after months of planning and trying to make inventory every spare moment, my first craft fair has come and went. Boy, was it alot of work, but oh was it fun!

I used this craft fair as a thumbprint for the many more I hope to do. Figuring out my display was a hurtle but I really heart it.

Anthropologie is always a source of inspiration for me so I tried to use that to create a display I was pretty happy with.

The branch is from my front yard and was perfect with a quick coat of turquoise spray paint for my headbands. Some thrifty finds and some borrowed things pulled it all together.

My friend Jill from Three Little Rosebuds shared space with me. Aren't her canvases so adorable?

Especially this one that I'm dying for.

It sold first for her. Yay! She was also the show coordinator and did a fabulous job!

It was great to get feedback from the public about my product. Sales weren't too shabby either.

Always nice to take on a new adventure and be pleased with the results!