Baltimore

Weekly Happiness

Happy Wednesday, you gorgeous human! How is your week going? I hope you’re having fun and being productive. This weekend, Cristen and I are going to be selling our art (and crafts) in our tent at a Baltimore street festival called Hampdenfest. If you’re local, I’d love for you to come say hi! If I’m […]

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Rainbow Doors In Baltimore

After I participated in Brittany’s Dress The Rainbow challenge, I started noticing colorful walls everywhere. Not that color doesn’t pop out to me on a regular basis, but now it’s like my brain works differently. As my eyes float to colorful buildings, I realized it’s rare for colorful buildings to also have colorful doors. Weird, […]

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Weekly Happiness

It’s September and it’s still 90 degrees. I don’t mean to sound ungrateful, but I want to wear boots and hoodies. Or at least have the option so when I wear sleeveless dresses and flip flops people can say, “What is wrong with you, where is your jacket?!” I don’t know what I’m saying. I’m […]

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Why Yarnbombing Isn’t “Gentriffiti”

Yarnbombing is the act of knitting or crocheting something, then affixing it onto an existing object. Examples of objects include parking meters, bike racks, trees, poles, and other inanimate objects. I can’t think of one form of street art that isn’t disputed somewhere, and yarnbombing is no different. Some people think graffiti adds character and can […]

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