Dahlias after some rain. Wow, these nuggets are photogenic. Somehow, when researching the farms that sell Dahlias at Pike Place Market, I stumbled on a link to a place called The Dahlia Barn. This then
So, a few weeks ago I taped a big ‘ol 22 x 30-inch piece of watercolor paper to my desk. I’d been staring at this blank piece of paper for almost 6 months, mainly because
Ohh Sayulita. We’ve been here for a week now and this place has my kind of inspiration everywhere: Fun waves, good food, colors, glorious colors everywhere, murals, unique artistic touches and a bohemian vibe that
Seattle’s been really dark and grey, which means there’s a great excuse to sit yer bum down and paint some colorful warn destinations. Ohhh yeah buddy. I had a feeling the juxtaposition of climates I’m
I decided to take the whole shell painting thing quite literally. Turns out the porous and chalky looking shells absorb watercolors really well. So, I grabbed a brush, some paint, and water, then messed around with
Perks of moving somewhere cold = excuses to splurge on chunky knits that some might deem impractical, yet I think are totally necessary. Chunky knit beanie and bright orange cropped bell sleeve sweater. I bought
In honor of Summer Solstice, and all the times that people have written me saying this site is their daily dose of bright, colorful, sunshine…here’s a hefty dose of colorful, bright, happy pics. That get
Current weather: palmy with a chance of neon. Prints Aqui
A ROYGBIV’d bum, courtesy of Boom Boom Bikini.
Love. This. Style. Hope there’s a bikini somewhere underneath it all. She’s gonna get hot in the beach in that.