Archive for the ‘sugarplum paperie’ Category

fourteen things.

Friday, December 20th, 2013

This time of year always gets me thinking about the future… December is already such a chipper time of year, with all the decorations and pretty lights. But I’ve found that for me, I walk around feeling like there’s magic in the air because a bright and shiny new year is just around the corner. […]

big changes, new beginnings.

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

I have shared some form of this letter about four times now. I figured that another copy of it belonged here on my blog. For three wonderful years, I had ran the show at The Digichick. But earlier this year, I knew that the time had come for me to pass along the reins to […]

how to stay on top of everything.

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

At least, this is how I do it! 😉 I was recently inspired by this post of Kelly Rae Robert’s, where she shares a bit about her planners and notebooks. So, today I thought I’d share a sneak peek into my own little systems… because I love them! They are my lifelines. So, I do […]

the monday five.

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Some happy, random things to note. 1. I spent a lovely long weekend with my family this weekend (which unfortunately has left me out-of-sync with everything else in my work life). I kept thinking to myself, “You need to get on the computer and work on the kit you want to release soon…” but I […]

the blues.

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

It’s that time of year again… time for the CHA Blues. Having gone to the San Diego Comic-Con a few years ago, I know what I’m missing. Travis was at Comic-Con representing his company and their Disney comics. While he worked, I got to walk around and visit all the booths and see all the […]

grand opening.

Sunday, November 4th, 2007

Yesterday was National Digital Scrapbooking Day. It seemed to me to be the perfect day to launch my dream: Introducing the Sugarplum Paperie Store! I can’t tell you how exciting it all is. I’ve been wanting to see this dream come to life for over a year now. I felt in my bones that I […]