Month: April 2017


New stickers in the shop and some misc. updates!

We’ve got a bunch of new sassy sticker designs up at our Etsy shop that we hope you’ll love. We are also planning on getting some of these designs up on Society 6 and Redbubble so we can make some t-shirts and other such products. Many things in the works!

There is also a 100 day challenge going on our Instagram now that we’ve finished our first brush lettering alphabet, though I’ve had to put it on pause for a bit as I’ve been too wrapped up in a few projects. I’m working through a bunch of macro watercolor paintings and taking video with a macro lens. So far there are 5 videos up and 95 more to go.

I’ve decided to put the #52CafeCards on hold indefinitely, as I was having a lot of fun, but it was becoming more of a chore than anything else and not really a priority for me. Perhaps I will come back to it when I have some extra time.

For now, stay tuned for more products, as that is the goal .. making and making to add more things to our tiny shop!


CutCardStock Design Team Project 3 – Die Cut Brush Calligraphy Canvas Art

We are so pleased to be working with the CutCardStock team! Each month, using their products in order to make two themed projects, and hosting step-by-step DIY instructions on their blog.

On our blog, we will have full YouTube videos showing the process as well. So be sure to check both places to get the full story!

The third project is a piece of encouraging wall art, using glitter card stock to cut out custom brush calligraphy using a Silhouette Portrait machine.


Plan With Me Catch Up – March Thru April

I’m trying something new now – coming to you with process videos as I can get them done, and doing voice-over to chat and help describe what’s going on behind the scenes.

While I won’t be doing planner updates on a constant basis (more specifically, I just can’t keep doing them every time I use my planner), I hope that these process videos will be enjoyable for you!

March was quite a month. I happened to get sick (TWICE .. first with the flu and then with a death cold) which really threw a wrench in my plans and goals for Pigmentology. But I still managed to keep up with bullet journaling and was glad to have captured some process footage during March, especially as I put together one of my favorite layouts.

For April I decided to illustrate a divider page and go right into weeklies. The overview I had done the month before was nice with the goal list, but the tasks correlating with days of the month was rather redundant, so I decided against doing it again. That’s the wonderful thing about bujo – you can try things on and decide they’re not for you as many times as you like. I’ve tried to do future log type things many times in the past, always looking for a way to make them work, but I’m very much only interested in weekly layouts it seems!

With April underway, we will see what is in store for Pigmentology. Hopefully all major illness is behind me and I can really focus on some big goals for us. I don’t want to get into too many specifics get but we will see how it all comes together soon!