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Thursday, 10 June 2021

National Indigenous History Month

 Hello Friends,

Things are coming to light here in Canada recently that reveal appalling injustices that were inflicted upon the precious children of First Nations people. It is amazing to me that these atrocities have been mostly covered up for decades.

It turns out that June is National Indigenous History Month.What timing!

To celebrate our First Peoples, we are offering 50% off, or more, on products that were inspired by Indigenous Peoples, or that put us in mind of them. A selection of digital products are FREE, including my teaching resource, "Build Your Book". I'm hoping it may help someone tell her own story that needs to be told.


The middle section of my most recent novel, "Son of Abeilhe", introduces "The Tree People", who were inspired by NA Indigenous Peoples. 

For that reason, I changed my pricing on Amazon to offer the print version of "Son of Abeilhe" at cost for the month of June, wherever you reside.

The Kindle version will be FREE from June 11-15. (available on Amazon worldwide)


SHOP HERE and choose "On Sale" from the drop-down menu to see what is on sale.

As always, thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your visit and love to read your comments.

Hugs & smiles,



Saturday, 29 May 2021

A Few Days Left

 Hello Friends,

Just a quick post today to let you know that there are only a few days left to get 50% off all the digital images in our shop. You can find them HERE
The coupon code will be automatically applied at the checkout. The offer expires after May 31st.
Here is a sample of some of our images. Many come in sets with sentiments included. This is only a small example of what is available.

Lizzie comes as a colouring page, but also as a separate image.

That's for stopping by. Enjoy your weekend.
Hugs & Smiles,


Friday, 21 May 2021

Fairy House

 Hello Friends,

I have a fun project to show you today. It was inspired by one of my favourite You Tubers - Marta of Maremi Small Art.
I picked up an unfinished little house at the Dollar store and used a piece of box-board for the base. After sanding and priming, the real fun began.
I used texture paste on the house and coloured it with Dr. PH Martin's liquid watercolors.
Store-bought sand and seashells were glued onto the base.
I glued store-bought moss onto my roof and made a little patch of grass in front of the fence. A box-board oval, covered in moss, made the hedge behind the fence.
I had the birds and fence in my stash for a long time. The gnome is a sticker. That is Terry's hand holding the base, so it gives you a good idea of the size.

Thanks for stopping by. I really enjoyed making this frivolous little project. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with it, but it makes me smile so that is good enough.


Hugs & smiles,