January 01, 2014

2014 New Year's Resolutions

It's New Year's Resolution time! To be totally honest… I’ve always thought of NYR’s as being wack and a total waste of time because I never can follow through with them and I hate disappointing/letting myself down with promises I couldn’t keep. I can’t remember the last time I’ve made any NYR’s for myself personally or for my business. This year I wanted to do something different – I want to make a change. I want to hold myself accountable for something. At the end of the year I want to be able to look back and reflect on all of the challenges, opportunities, or accomplishments I made throughout the year. I want to be able to say, “I tried” or “I did it!” I don’t want to drown myself in sorrows or “what if’s” this year. I plan to follow through with my NYR’s (goals) this year … because majority of them I dream about all of the time and sometimes lose sleep. Last year January 2013 I walked away from 9-5p job to enjoy my personal life with my family and to elevate my business to the next level. However, I feel as though I didn’t give a full 100% to either one of those goals and I did not push myself as much as I should have. Honestly speaking, I am afraid to face some of my goals but I feel as though – it’s time – to face those fears and stop taking life so serious and enjoy myself a little more. So here it goes …

My NYR (Personal Goals) List:

1. GET MARRIED! This is definitely #1 on my list –  April 22nd will be myself and Lamont’s 9th year together and we’ve been engaged for six years. Every time we get close to actually getting married a fear arises inside of me and I switch the date. Everyone that knows me (personally) teases us and doesn’t take me seriously anymore when I give them dates (and who can blame them), heck Lamont doesn’t even believe me anymore.  I brought this upon myself – I’m foreal this time ya’ll I’m getting married!

December 16, 2013

FREELANCE - Wedding Dessert Table

This past weekend I had the opportunity to work on a small Dessert Table for Corey and Kamesha's wedding. Their wedding colors were red, chocolate brown, and gold (a fun fact: the wedding colors were based on the colors of the Bride and Groom's favorite snacks). All of the hard candies were red and the gourmet snacks (pretzels and oreos) were of course chocolate to bring out the hint of brown. I incorporated the "gold" color mostly through their custom stationery items (Candy Buffet 8X10 Sign, Favor Box, Candy Buffet Labels, and monogram).

Congratulations to Corey and Kamesha Barnes #TeamBarnes ...may God continue to bless you on your new journey as husband and wife. Many wishes and blessings to you and your family : )

8X10 Custom Candy Buffet Sign

November 25, 2013

{ FREEBIE } - Thanksgiving Printable Downloads

Happy Monday!

As promised today I am releasing FREE Thanksgiving printables, please feel free to download and share this link with your friends and family - download here - I've uploaded the files to dropbox so you may need to create an account to download the files - I'm not 100% sure? I would love to see what you've come up with so please feel free to share your pictures with me on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter!

Free downloadable designs include:

T-shirt Stickers/Labels
You will receive 4 different designs and one is editable, in the image below I inserted my daughter's name.


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