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Camera +

camera plusI use my iPhone for a lot of my work photography. It’s convenient because I always have my phone on me and it keeps me from always having to lug my huge camera around. It may seem surprising but your smartphone CAN take photos as professional as a camera!

My good friend Mary recommended Camera + to me and now I use it constantly to photograph products for my business.


Here are some examples of photos I’ve taken with Camera +.  I’ve used these photographs on Facebook and other social media to promote my hair accessories.

IMG_3362  white headband w flowers

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New Social Media Icons

I found these free social media icons in a post on the Nifty Social Media Blog. I just added the ones below to my blog.  They have 20 different ones you can choose from that are all free!

vintage social media icons

Kitchen Gadget

My brother and husband love Think Geek. I always thought it was a nerdy guy website but they have proved me wrong.  For my birthday I received this amazing little gadget! This DIY Citrus Spritzer is perfect for adding fresh fruit juice to any dish. You insert the spritzer head directly into the fruit and then you can spray the fruit juice. It sure beats all of the extra leg work involved in slicing fruit, removing the seeds, and then juicing.

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Aaron Marshall, a Louisville designer and computer programmer, recently developed a new iPhone app! Over allows you to add a variety of typography to your photos. The app is synched with other social media programs including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. It’s a lot of fun and only costs $0.99!


Tiny Sea

I’m currently undergoing a redesign of my website. One of the new additions will be one of these Soy Milk Chevron Backgrounds from Tiny Sea.

Here are some other free backgrounds from Tiny Sea that you can use for your website, blog and craft projects!



Beard Font

I’m obsessed with fonts. I’m constantly checking for new free fonts that I can download. I’m also obsessed with beards and constantly encourage all of my male friends to grow facial hair.

My husband found this font on Design Milk and once I saw it, I had to share it with you. Enjoy!



Pecha Kucha

Pecha Kucha (Japanese: ペチャクチャ, IPA: [petɕa ku͍̥tɕa],[1] chit-chat) is a presentation methodology in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (approx. 6′ 40″ in total), usually seen in a multiple-speaker event called a Pecha Kucha Night (PKN). (from Wikipedia)

Pecha Kucha Night Louisville events are organized by the Urban Design Studio, Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, 21c Museum and the Central Kentucky Chapter of the AIA. The goal of the events are to offer a public venue for people to meet and share their work and ideas in a relaxed social atmosphere.

The next Pecha Kucha presentation in Louisville will be February 21 at Louisville Metro Hall. Doors at 7, Presentations at 8. This Pecha Kucha will focus on Louisville’s history and culture.  Come on out to learn more about your great city! Presenters include: This is Louisville founder Maggie Huber and Broken Sidewalk founder/writer Brandon Klayko.

See you there!



Cassannet is a font based on the style of lettering seen on Cassandre Posters.  You can pay what you want online or download it for free if you tweet or post on Facebook about it.

iPhone App

I just found this iPhone app by Red Stamp! I can’t wait to start using it!

Featured in the New York Times, by the CBS Early Show and voted Best Of the Web by InStyle Magazine. Email, text, post, or paper mail personalized cards, notes, invitations + announcements effortlessly, right from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Snap a photo + share the gratitude of great gifts as they are being opened. Give your host instant gratification on a well-thrown party as you head out their door. Mail fresh, modern, expertly designed invitations, announcements and holiday cards to your list of 1 or 189 in mere minutes. With just a couple of clicks, Red Stamp will print a high-end, eco-friendly paper postcard and mail it directly to your list of recipients, postage included. (Below is a screen shot of the app)


iPhone App

I love Real Simple magazine. I’ve been reading it for years and I just recently got one of their iPhone apps.

For more than 10 years, Real Simple has provided smart, realistic solutions to everyday challenges. Now, Real Simple To-Do Lists will help you organize and delegate like never before. (Below is a screen shot of the app)