Wednesday, June 19, 2019

FREE Firefighter thank you card printable

My cute hubby arranged for the firemen to come and 
talk to our youth group at church about fire safety. We made these cute 
and simple cards for the kids to fill out as a thank you. 

You can download the files by 

We LOVE our firemen!!!

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Foster Care Awesomeness!!!

I am SO proud to have been asked to illustrate for this project.

My friend Keri is a Foster Parent here in Utah. When the first little boy came to their home,
she realized that even with all of the training and learning opportunities she and her husband 
had, their daughter wasn't prepared. This led her to write some books to help other families.

Foster Care will forever have a special place in my heart.

Keri has made up a whole series of activities and color pages to go along with her books.
She has them all on her blog, and she's giving them away for FREE.

She also has videos of her sweet daughter reading the books. It's so precious.

If you are a Foster Parent, or know someone that is, please, pass along the links to 
Keri's site. Knowing that just one family could benefit from all of her hard work, would make our hearts so happy!

To visit Keri and grab this fantastic download, 

Be sure to leave her a little love once you're there. She has really poured her heart in to this.


Sunday, January 27, 2019

Personalized Artwork orders are being accepted for a limited time!

The ordering window is open!!! Whoop!!! I will accept orders through Thursday January 31.
If you're looking for a special one of a kind gift for your Valentine, let me know! They will print out to fit in an 8x10 frame.
ALSO! The ordering is open for Personalized Melonheadz too!
Please email me for more information at:

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Pricing is set for the Minimalist style art work!

Please email me at
 with the following to order:

1. The photo you'd like me to use for reference.

2. Any wording you'd like added.

3. Changes you'd like, i.e colors.

Friday, December 28, 2018

A new style will be offered soon!!!

I have a brand new obsession. 

I have fallen head over heels for this minimalist style of drawing. Have you seen these?

I want to draw EVERYTHING just like this, lol. 

The more I think about it, the more ideas I have...

Here are a few samples!

If you'd like to see more of this style, click on the minimalist gallery tab at the top of this blog.


Friday, August 31, 2018

A little Giveaway with my friend Adam Peterson....

So you all know about the personalized Melonheadz I make right?
Would you like to order one.... or even better....
WIN one?

You've heard of Adam Peterson from

He happens to be a friend of mine, and is TOTALLY awesome.

or maybe.... $50 in Melonheadz Cash???

Check this out!

You have until September 7th to enter!
Click that link and go enter!!!


Sunday, February 4, 2018

Something new!!!!

I have just started doing some printable/clip art sets!
I am SUPER excited with a new avenue to create.

Here's a few of the sets I have completed!

"Be Kind"

The sets have a banner, mini clip art, and printables!!!

"Valentine's Day" 

"Welcome Friends"

And More!!!! Look for "Peace in Christ",
"I am a child of God", and "St.PatricksDay" coming soon!!!

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Christmas Ornaments #2 instructions :)

Here's what I used to make this ornament:

I printed off an assortment of kidlettes, about 2 1/4" high, and cut out around each one. I left a little bit of white on the edges.

I used chip board ornaments. They're about 3 1/2 inches tall.

I attached the graphics to the chip board with these foam adhesive dots. I wanted the graphics to stand up off the chipboard.

Of course, we had to add some glitter :)

Here's what I did:

I stuck the image on to the chipboard, using about 3 dots.

I added a little glitter glue.

And finished her off with a lace bow!
SUPER easy!


Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Christmas Ornaments Instructions :)

I'm getting ready to go to a big Christmas gift show in Salt Lake City in a few weeks!
I have to decorate for Christmas, so I have been making ornaments.

Here's how I made them!

I purchased some plastic, clear ornaments like these:
Image result for clear plastic ornaments
From Hobby Lobby (Michaels has them too)

The package I got had 25 ornaments in it for $19.99

Next I bought some clear acetate pages that you can use in a color printer.

I printed out a sheet of kidlettes, each was about 2 1/4" tall.

I cut each image out in a rectangle, rounding the edges. I cut about 1/8 of an inch from the bottom of the feet, and close to 1/4 of an inc from the top of the head.

I rolled them up lengthwise and stuck them in the top of the ornament.

I used a skinny paint brush handle to manipulate the plastic until it was where I wanted it. 
The plastic is bowed toward the outside of the ornament.

I think they would be super cute with the names sideways right next to the image.

They are SUPER easy!