Saint Patrick’s Day is generally not a card holiday in my experience, so I thought I’d try a project more relevant to the holiday: coasters for beer! Full instructions and template after the jump.
Presenting a tutorial for one embroidered Valentine heart! Complete with template downloads and step-by-step directions. Check it out after the jump.
One of my goals for 2014 is to put a lot more work into the shop, which includes putting a lot more work into this blog. As part of this effort, I plan on posting a free desktop wallpaper each month featuring one of my designs.
So one day late, I present to you: January!
Right click and save –enjoy!
I’ve owned two Android phones and one iPhone, and my preference remains firmly with Android. One major drawback to Android (other than the app store, which is rapidly improving) is the lack of selection of phone cases. Since Android phones come in such a large variety of shapes and sizes, you usually only have a choice between black, white and some other basic colors. If you can find a clear case for your flat-backed smartphone, I’ve figured out a way you can customize your case a bit. Instructions after the jump. Continue reading
It’s time to replace those old calendars. At my day job I keep one posted on the wall next to me, but I was having trouble finding a free but nice looking replacement. I was looking for a very simple, clean calendar that displayed the whole year of 2013 at a glance. Rather than buy something, I made this simple printable that I can re-print if the old one gets too beat up to read.
And since I keep a blog and it took me about 2 minutes to do, I decided to make it in four colors to give away to anyone else who might find it useful. Available in blue, green, purple and red. It’s set up to print on standard 8.5″ x 11″ office paper, just make sure to print at “actual size.”