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»August 20th, 2012 by andi

I’ve been on the hunt for a new toothbruth. Of course, I want something sustainable, but our last round of sustainable toothbrushes left us scrubbed of money, not teeth. I think I’ve found our replacement – a biodegradable bamboo handle, DuPont bristle brush by Smile Squared. Smile Squared | toothbrush

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»July 7th, 2012 by andi

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»July 5th, 2012 by andi

Kansas City Kitty artshow this First Friday, July 6th 5:30-8pm. Come out and see new blue sky above goodies!

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»September 6th, 2011 by andi

These pencil shavings portraits by Kyle Bean are super unique and still stick to the basics – pencil and paper. Plus, they’re made of otherwise scrap. How do I get one?!

Kyle Bean | Pencil Shavings .

»July 24th, 2011 by andi

What can you do with 16 Ranger IPA cans? Make 86 pairs of earrings, of course:

This, was my weekend. Interspersed with a lake, some Swedish Fish, yoga, a wedding and some extreme dog walking (in order to make it to said wedding). Eat your heart out, beer lovin’ jewelry wearers. You can find them at New Belgium, in Fort Collins, Colorado.

»March 13th, 2011 by andi


Soul. What a strange concept. Who has one, who doesn’t, where they’re housed, where they go when our bodies stop working – it’s all so arbitrary. Read more

»February 17th, 2011 by andi


A few weeks ago, I went to a friend’s baby shower. The shower was everything both men and women want a baby shower to be – one big extended Sunday happy hour shared with all of their friends at the best restaurant in Fort Collins, Canyon Chophouse. The dilemma: What to get a chic mommy-to-be who has everything? Read more

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»January 2nd, 2011 by andi


I always wanted to be a ballet dancer. The costumes. The elegance. The physical poetry. It’s all so romantic. I took ballet for several years when I was young, but before long, ballon became triple jumps, pirouettes only happened in paintbrush strokes and fouettés converted to toe touches. I always wished I would’ve continued on my way to busting out arabesques on polished wood floors at parties.

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»December 5th, 2010 by andi

On a recent trip to Europe, I learned a lot of humbling lessons. I went thinking I had been there once, so things should’ve been simple. After all, Europe is a set of Western countries, right? Read more

»November 5th, 2010 by andi

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The idea of this blog is to share all things creative that come to our minds, and perhaps sprinkle a little creative sugar on your wheaties, too. By sharing what we know, find and feel, we can all grow together. Now, let’s all gather ‘round in a circle and hold hands …