Can I just say it's been crazy over here. People often over use the word crazy so let's just define it for those of you still with us- I got a new day job, for reals I already have 3 jobs so what's one more. We got featured on Jessica Alba's company Blog (read about it here) and that made business go wild, so I had a few sleepless weeks. I had an influx of online interior design clients (you can see all about that here). And to top it off I was designing the new nursery collection for Style Me Green (you are about to read about that in this post). So it has been busy, and that's just how I like it! I might even go as far as to say #blessed. Queue Liz Lemon eye roll now.

So here's what you really came here for. The nursery collection launched on Monday and I couldn't be happier to have it almost complete. Over the course of about 2 weeks we found out that 8 close friends were pregnant, and then a few more joined the club a month later. I wanted to create gifts for the parents-to-be, and art is really the marriage of my two loves, interior and graphic design, so a collection of prints made the most sense. I was inspired by stars, the moon, and dreaming. You can view the entire collection in our shop here. 


Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! I can almost smell the sugar cookies now. This year I am trying to keep it simple, remember my New Year’s resolution of staying organized? Well, I got my valentine act together weeks ago, which is a pretty big deal for me- but you benefit too! I stocked the shop with the cheesiest, and most fun Valentines out there, but I'm pretty biased- just see for yourself! Perfect for school classmates, teachers, co-workers, you name it there is a bit of something for everyone. You can get them all here in the shop.

We are slowly expanding the shop with some greeting cards as well. I’m adding 1 or 2 designs every month and January’s cards were all about love. They are printed on 100% recycled cardstock and each card comes with a recycled brown kraft envelope. They are blank on the inside so you can customize your message however you'd like.


I have been working away on the 2014 valentine collection, and I rolled out our Valentine Printable cards so late last year that I figured I had to get a jump on it this year. I will be putting up the other fun cards I designed up in the shop later this weekend, but for now here is a fun, modern FREE printable valentine. I love the simplicity of these cards because you can write a simple note, tape on a piece of candy with some patterned washi tape, or attach a small clear bag filled with cinnamon hearts!

We made it easy to print these 4x4 cards at home so you don't have to line anything up. Click these links to downlaod- card front, card back


I'm excited to ring in the new year! I usually don't party anymore, but I plan like it's 1999. I love organizing, making color-coated calendars, meal plans, you name it, I plan the hell out of that crap. I saw so many great printable mini-calendars this winter but I couldn't find any 11x17 singe-page designs. I don't give up easily, and the lack of designs inspired me to create my own 2014 calendar- one that you could download and print at home FOR FREE! I hope you all have a great year!

To download click here.

UPDATE: I added a few colors after getting about 30 emails requesting some other hues, and I was happy to oblige. For other colors click these links, yellow, violetblue, sage.


Last week was a bit of a Christmas prep blur. But I wanted to share our Holiday cards and neighbor/co-worker gifts with you this year. We always do our little gifts in a jar- this year it was caramel. And this recipe was not only easy but super fast to make, so if you are scrambling for something to make, look no further.

1 cup butter
1 cup sugar
1 cup dark karo syrup
1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 tsp vanilla

melt butter, sugar, and syrup, bring to boil. Boil for 4 minutes without stirring, then remove from heat.
Stir in 1 can sweetened condensed milk and the vanilla. Let cool for a bit before pouring into jars.

Makes enough to fill 4 half pint jars

After many requests here it is folks our 2013 Christmas year in review card.