Monthly Archives: May 2012

Catching Up

I’m finally getting around to posting some photos of what’s been keeping me busy of late.

I created some custom leather-ish cutting capes and sexy collars for Sally Rogerson, rock and roll hairdresser and owner of S.R. Education, for use in her international educational seminars.

In completely unrelated news, I constructed some home decor pieces for a residential remodel by amazing architect Randy Weinstein.  I created custom floor to ceiling track curtains, daybed and reading nook cushions, king-size headboard, and a reupholstered couch.  See some [much] better [not iPhone] photos here.

And coming very very soon will be the unveiling of a brand spankin’ new, patent pending, amazing product that I designed for a couple of wonderful women and their upstart.  I am super excited about it and I can’t wait to show you.

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Mark Twain for President

(Presently Pondering Politics in Preference to Patronizing Pinking Shears)The other day my 7 year old son asked me a question regarding Helen Keller.  He had heard her name in passing from a friend and wondered why she was of such … Continue reading

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Thrifty B-day Booty

Well well, what have we here? This collection of things represent the loot I collected from my birthday thrifting extravaganza.  We have here “Shary Takes a Vacation” and “Beth at the Supermarket” from the Dolly Darling Hat Box Collection (Japan … Continue reading

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