I am so excited to introduce you to this month’s 10 Questions Interviewee, Tabitha Sewer! Tabitha is pretty badass, guys. She’s a bright and colorful sewing blogger, a US Air Force veteran (over 10 years!), a college professor of business, and the most open, honest, and giving creative that I have yet to find on the internet.
Her makes are seriously gorgeous and I covet ALL OF THEM. A rainbow sequin maxi skirt? Yes, please. A bright blue furry coat? Don’t mind if I do. And her latest colorful striped floor length linen dress with matching belt bag? Good thing she lives in another state or I would be chasing her down the street to get my hands on that thing.
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If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I went to my very first craft/creators conference recently. I spent 4 days in Ventura, CA at Craftcation and the joy and inspiration that it filled me with was beyond any expectation I could have had. Don’t worry, I’ll do a deep dive post on Craftcation soon.
I have been feeling this creative afterglow since the conference. There was so much positivity and championing of each other and our work. The lack of negativity was astounding. I could almost feel my molecules rearranging into a non-cynical person! Me! Can you believe that?
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It’s officially April and you can feel Spring in the air in Los Angeles. The city was out and about this weekend, soaking in the sun. I went on a long walk with a friend on the LA River, grabbing coffee at La Colombe and then lunch at Wax Paper in Frogtown. The Terry Gross (yes, named after the NPR interviewer) is my favorite sandwich in LA.
Here is a bright and vibrant wallpaper for your desktop and phone in the spirit of springtime!
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You know those times that you see a product and for weeks and months on end, you can’t stop thinking about it? That’s how I feel about the necklace that Serena is wearing in this picture from my 10 Questions Interview with her.
It’s amazing. It somehow walks the line of stylish, quirky, and elevated. And since I had almost all of the supplies needed, I figured I had to attempt my own version.
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