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#the100dayproject : 94/100

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#the100dayproject : 94/100
so. much. rainbow. happiness. i absolutely love it. there's a space between the large gold ampersand and the black frame with my bargello project that i think would be perfect for a painting. [then of course i'll have to add in another detail so i have an odd number, but anyway...]

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#the100dayproject : 78/100

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#the100dayproject : 78/100
one of the things that i truly love about social media is the amazing makers, bakers, growers and inspirers that i've stumbled across - whether by a recommended post or someone tagging me in a comment or just by luck. 

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march meet the maker : day 16 : self care

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march meet the maker : day 16 : self care

day 16 : self care

this is a tricky one for me to share, because in all transparency, i'm not always so great at the self care portion of life. 

i create because it makes me happy. it also stresses me out and drives me crazy, but i love it with every ounce of my being. when i'm not creating for business i'm creating for me, in one way or another. 

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march meet the maker : day 8 : love to make

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march meet the maker : day 8 : love to make

day 8 : love to make

today's prompt is a difficult one for me, simply because i love to make all. the. things. - i mean seriously! 

buttt, if i have to choose, i still think cards are my favorite thing to make. it's rare that i make a card for myself [although there have been a few i've kept for myself just because i love the way they turned out - as seen below] but one of the reasons that they're my favorite to make is because i give them away! it's my hope and mission to share as much handmade happiness as possible. 

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march meet the maker : day 5 : close up

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march meet the maker : day 5 : close up

day 5 : close up

this is such a fun prompt for me because the photos that i normally take of my cards showcase the entire card front. whenever possible though, i like to highlight the small details - usually using up close photos. 

the details that can sometimes get lost in the big picture are my favorite kind to photograph; the shine of sequins, the depth of texture, the flawless blending of ink colors to name a few. 

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