Monthly Archives: June 2011

My favorite photo from the other day

My favorite photo from the other day
The Boy does love his diet coke.   Snapped on my camera phone.  Can any Atlantans identify the location?

Tutorial: Make Angry Birds Cupcakes

Angry Birds Cupcakes Tutorial
My son, he who inspired the Clone Trooper Cupcakes, Dragon Cake, and Perry the Platypus Cake, is obsessed with Angry Birds.  Well, he’s really obsessed with about a dozen games on the iPhone or Android when we’ll let him play them — and he got to play a lot while we were on vacation in Mexico. … [ KEEP READING ]

Illustration Friday: Launch (Rooster Sketch)

Illustration Friday: Launch (Rooster Sketch)
And I’m back from my art hiatus with an Illustration Friday!! Really, I have been so busy with web design stuff, that I haven’t taken the time to draw, and that’s just sad.  So I’ve had this robotic rooster in my head (he’s eventually going to be a big piece) and here’s my first attempt at a sketch of him. … [ KEEP READING ]

Tiny Prints cards for Father’s Day (and a free one for you, too!)

father's day cards
If you remember, Tiny Prints sponsored a great blog party for Dabbled and some fellow Atlanta bloggers last month for mother’s day.  Well, due to some technical difficulties, I didn’t have a chance to order mother’s day cards prior to the deadline for arrival by mother’s day, so I decided not to push it and order some cards for father’s day instead! … [ KEEP READING ]

Back from our Mexican Vacation! (and Tiny Prints cards came in!)

Touring Isla Mujeres on our golf carts
Me, the husband, our friends, and the boy just got back from our Mexican Vacation. It was a blast. We trekked into the interior to go see pyramids, then spent several days relaxing on the beach at Isla Mujeres, off the coast of Cancún. It was a great trip, and I highly recommend it for a family vacation.… [ KEEP READING ]

Summer Exploring: Make A Floating Fossil Hunting Screen

Summer Exploring: Make A Floating Fossil Hunting Screen
This tutorial was written by my brother.  He took my son fossil hunting a while back when we were visiting, and was kind enough to write up the how-to on making the screen to aid in finding treasure in a river or creek.  This would be a fabulous summer project, old enough kids and help make it, and younger ones will just enjoy the hunt!… [ KEEP READING ]