Thank you to all those who have participated in this challenge!
The results are in & everyone did an absoultely fantastic job!
The Creative Whispers Challenge is like a visual version of the game “Telephone”; the game where a secret message is passed through a line of people through whispers from one person to the next. By the time it reaches the last person, it usually results in a totally different message...
Here’s a quick little cake I made for my husband’s birthday that incorporated the old half-toned comic print look.
After quite a long hiatus from cake designing, we received a request for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle cake for Giovanni’s first birthday..and here are the results. Here’s a close up of the banner and name. I left the banner peeling off a little to give it a little extra shape and 3D feel. The name was hand carved out of marzipan to resemble the turtle font. Here’s a side view...
When my sister announced she was pregnant with my very first nephew over a decade ago, I made my very first diaper cake for her baby shower and then a few others over the years for other family and friends. Most were shaped as a traditional tiered round cake, though I once created a princess castle. After a long break from diaper cakes, I decided to make one for a baby shower with a nautical theme and try something new...
Thought I’d give you an update on what I’ve been up to this month.
I have signed up for a new program starting in just about a week focused on Mutli-Passionate Branding. It might be something you’re interested in if you are a multi-passionate, multipotentialite, or scanner (a term introduced by Barbara Sher) that is looking for a way to brand yourself but not limit yourself completely.
I am really excited about this course! It’s run by two ladies that ...
I’m just popping in to tell you about a great deal on tons of classes for creative, business and personal growth from an amazing resource.
Creative Live is having some early holiday sales, and I am super excited. Up to 50% off their huge collection of awesome courses!
This site is one of my absolute top favorites for creative learning and constant inspiration. They’ve got a little bit of everything and something for everyone. They offer free live classes d...
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Here are the top books that have inspired me throughout the years and have helped me not only accept but embrace who I am.
Refuse to Choose!: A Revolutionary Program for Doing Everything That You Love By Barbara Sher
Barbara Sher has written tons on the subject. This is the first book that caught me because I was having the most trouble choosing ‘that one thing’, finding out that not having to choose was also a possibility already instilled some relief...
I remember those days in the 80s when I began playing Super Mario as one of the first games on my new Nintendo. My fingers frantically hitting the 3 basic buttons I needed to get through the level. My body moving from side to side, giving me a false sense that my physical movement would somehow affect my character’s...
For years I’ve been saying I was going to open up a business for my creative side. I officially obtained my business name a few years back and tried here and there to work with my creativity but also the other side of me, the business muse, where I offer virtual assistance and managing solutions for businesses. Since I am creative, multi-passionate (very much a Scanner/polymath), and multi-talented, I had tons of ideas...