I’m so happy about how these have come together! .
Leather is the perfect addition to these little Be Brave Arrows!! .
A little rough but still beautiful kinda like a lot of us! ✨🤭😉🥰
Pretty sure that green onyx with the brown leather is my FAVE COMBO 🙌 yet!
My first ever plyed yarn! It's thick and thin in places and probably over spun, but it was amazing to do and I can't wait to see what my progress is like years from now. This is wool of the Andes comb top from @knit_picks
Our 🍋 🍓strawberry lemonade 🍓 🍋 mini cheesecake has captured the hearts of so many at our recent popups, that we are keeping it on the menu all summer!
Now available to order online for all Canada Day 🇨🇦 celebrations! (Link in bio)
Stay tuned for one more summer time flavour being announced soon! 🤩
Special shoutout to @ruckify for helping us out with this 📸 photoshoot 🙏🏼!
"Now THAT'S awesome!" Is what Lily said after coloring in my tattoos. Guess they weren't before. Video from a jam/warm up earlier. Anyone else spend most of their time on #guitar on jams/improv and maybe 20-40% of it on practicing? I find I keep with it more when I'm not always doing drills. Plus, recording jams help me find areas of focus for the next #practice.
“To all the ladies in the place with style and grace”💎💙
This piece I created was about confidence. The confidence of a woman. As you read you will notice quotes from BIGGIE songs. The purpose of these quotes is to remind women that you are beautiful. Do not settle. Anyone in your life that is toxic, and draining of your true love GET RID OF THEM. And most importantly be C O N F I D E N T in who you are. Because you are beautiful 💙
“Minnie Evans … describes ‘this art I put out’, which is often filled with exotic and primordial imagery all foreign to her conscious experience, as coming from ‘nations that might have been destroyed before the flood. No one knows anything about them, but God has given it to me to bring them back into the world.’ Night dreams so exhausted Minnie as a child that she would fall asleep in school. ‘I have a very peculiar mind,’ she calmly insists; she once expressed the urgency to draw by saying ‘something had my hand.’” – Nina Howell Starr, “Minnie: Evans: Something Had My Hand”, Ms. Magazine, May 1974, pp. 71-73.
Reproduced: Minnie Evans (1892-1987), “Untitled (African Mask)”, 1944, oil, crayon and pencil on paper, 11 ½ x 8 ½”.