Saturday, June 23, 2012

Pixie's View Palette

How about a soothing, neutral palette today?

Pixies View color palette.

"Pixies View" available as prints, iPhone cases/skins, and cards here:

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

"From the Ground" Color Palette

These are so fun to make!  Enjoy my newest palette, created from my print called, "From the Ground", available on prints and products here:

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Leaf it to Me Color Palette

I'm starting a new segment on my little blog here for color palettes created from my art and photography pieces.  Let's start with the newest one.  Since it's oh so girly and would be a great palette for a girly girl's room. My daughter is the epitome of girly, so I gravitate towards palettes she will like.  We'll switch it up next time of course. :)

Art prints and products with this piece can be found here:
and here:

Wednesday, May 2, 2012


Yes, you read that right, BUY ONE get one FREE!  Only in my Etsy shop at on Photography prints and ACEOs.  Just click on those sections and buy one print, then tell me in the notes to seller which print of equal or lesser value FREE.  I love that word, let's say it again, FREE!

Spread the word!  If someone purchases a print and tells me you sent them, I'll send you BOTH a bookmark of your choice FREE too.  Make sure they know to give me your email so I can get in contact with you.  (I never spam email addresses!)

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Yummy Easy Baked Eggs

I recently saw an idea online for baked eggs, and decided to try it one night with what I had on hand. It was so easy and so delicious, if you're an egg eater, you've got to try it. It only takes five minutes to prepare.

What you'll need:
A small oven safe crock or ramekin, one for each person you're feeding.
Two eggs (per crock)
Sea Salt
Ground pepper
Parmesan, grated
Real bacon pieces
Shredded cheese, whatever kind is your favorite.
Cooking spray (or use butter, but
I like to avoid that when it's not necessary)

Preheat oven to 375 F. Spray your crock with the cooking spray. Crack two eggs into it. Don't stir or beat them, just let them sit whole (unless you don't like eggs if they're not scrambled, then scramble away).

Sprinkle sea salt, ground pepper, parmesan, oregano, and bacon on top. Again, don't stir anything, just sprinkle it over the top.

Put the crock in the oven. My oven is a bit low temp, so it takes anywhere from 25-30 minutes
to get the eggs as firm as I like them. If you like your eggs softer or runny, use less time. You can check them from time to time after around 15 minutes with a fork and see how they are doing.

Once the eggs are the way you like, pull the crock out of the oven. Sprinkle your shredded cheese on top and cover the crock with something for a few minutes to let the cheese melt.

Grab a fork, eat it! And try not to go right back in the kitchen and make another like I almost did the first time.

Imagine all the possibilities, you could put anything you want in there! Mushrooms, olives, ham, spinach...what do you like in omelettes? Put it in! Or do what I did and grab whatever you've got on hand. No butter, no frying, that's a bonus. Serve with toast, fruit...whatever.