Wednesday, August 7, 2013


Hullo, friends!

So.  It's been a while.

I'm sorry I've taken such a long break from blogging--I've just let the time slip and forgot.  

But I've been extremely busy during my little hiatus.  I've done several Twi'lek hats, including one for a precious little baby and one for a lady running I. course of the Force--it even appeared briefly on Good Morning America!
I've also learned a very little bit of knitting which I am actually strangely enjoying.  Although it'll never take the place of crochet :P I've just gotten the yarn and plan to begin work on an Ahsoka Tano hat very soon--I've been promising Lillian from Fan Girls in The Force that I'd make one since forever ago--really excited out that project!  
I'm gonna try very very very very very hard to blog at least once a week now...I'm so sorry I'm really bad at keeping a schedule!
Update pictures! Haha, here's what I've been up to lately:

   Adorable little baby in a Twi'lek hat I made :)
  A Twi'lek hat I made on Good Morning America:
   Galaxy shirts!

  Making earrings...

...and I'll post again soon.  

Saturday, April 20, 2013

photo update

Hullo, friends!

As a way to quickly update/ fish through my pictures, I've picked a few to show what I've been up to lately :) No, I did not make the cookies (my mom did, aren't they awesome?!)

--Romans 1:16 beaded bracelet, thrift store ring find, chocolate chip pancakes, hat order, FINALLY reading Harry Potter (I'm on Order of The Pheonix), Easter cookies, Tunisian crochet Gryffindor scarf, window view, crepes I made for breakfast and a Luna Lovegood necklace :)

Much love <3

Friday, April 12, 2013

The Importance of Words

Hullo, friends!

Well, that title is just a tad ironic considering it has been forever and a day since I last posted. (I'll be back to regular posting now, promise.)

Anyways, BEFORE I do get back to my normal posting routine, I wanted to share some of the absolutely lovely sermon I heard the other day. It's by Trip Lee and is titled "The Importance of Words."

It was a really wonderful sermon--I HIGHLY recommend it--you can hear it at Here's some of the highlights I got from it, starting with a little analogy he used---
So, you have a cup. You are the only one who can see what's in it, so you can tell people whatever you want. For instance, you could say, "it's tea" or, "it's root beer." But no matter what you claim to have in it, when it spills out, everyone will see its true contents. Now, your heart is the same way. When you speak, you are spilling out the contents of your heart. You can SAY you are a Christian, but what are people really seeing from the things you say? And this isn't just the clever, thoughtful things you say. What about the things you said when you were angry? What about the jokes you tell your coworkers? Ultimately, you are going to be judged on every careless word you have ever spoken.
Never waste your words on anything that is dishonest, impure or disheartening.
Use your words to build others up, and above all, work to further the kingdom of God.

Much love <3

(Seriously, check it out at!)

Friday, March 1, 2013

{a heart that never stops}

Hullo, friends

You may or may not be aware, but I'm kinda obsessed with Christian rap :) It is literally the coolest thing, like, ever.

I heard a song recently by KB (with special guest Jasmine Le'shea) called "Heart Song." It's a really sad, but totally awesome song. Jasmine is an incredibly talented young lady who had a heart transplant 11 years ago. As the song notes, the average lifespan of someone with a heart transplant is 10-15 years afterwards--without another transplant, Jasmine is only expected to live a couple more years.
However, the song is not a big pity party--the message of the song is stated here in the chorus...

"Underneath these broken pieces, there's a heart...
that never stops.
When you feel your life is bleeding
there's a heart that never stops...
that never stops beating."

Ezekiel 36:26 says "I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you..."

All men are born with a deadly heart condition. The world offers us many "cures" but the only true solution is a new heart. In order to receive a heart transplant, there has to be a donor--someone has to die in order for you to live. Jesus Christ is that donor. He came to Earth and died so that YOU could have a new heart. A heart that will keep beating through all of eternity.

If you don't have a relationship with Christ, what are you waiting for?
Please check out if you'd like to know more.

Much love <3

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

{hullo again}

Hullo, friends

I hope you are all doing well :) I haven't posted in a while, sorry for that. I've been busy as a bee lately, with all sorts of boring everyday things.
I've had a nasty little cold right now, which is of course never fun.
And though I haven't been posting, I have been crafting some. Mainly Twi'lek hats--I really can't believe how popular those have been to sell! :) It's so nice to work with people who can appreciate the things I make.
I don't really have a whole lot to post other news, I heard Owl City's version of In Christ Alone via Pinterest the other day, and I highly recommend it. It's probably the loveliest rendition of the song I've heard yet. <3

"In Christ alone, my hope is found. He is my light, my strength, my song..."

Thursday, February 14, 2013

{Giveaway WINNER!}

Hullo friends!

Thanks to everyone that entered my giveaway! I really appreciate y'all's support! :)

And the winner is.....

Entry Comment #5, Bernice Garcia!


Happy Valentine's day, everyone!

Much love to you all <3

Friday, February 8, 2013

{high five for friday}

Hullo, friends!

(Linking up with From My Grey Desk)
Let's see what's going on for me lately...

1.  I did some little pink-with gold tips nails last night :)  Love 'em <3
2.  I'm really loving the song "Background" by Lecrae right now--actully, pretty much anything Lacrae, "Background is just my current favorite ;)  "So just let me shadow you, and just let me trace your lines--matter fact just take my pen, here, you create my rhymes.  'Cause if I do this by myself I'm scared that I'll succeed in no longer trusting you 'cause I only trust in me."
3.  I've been seeing these arm-knit scarves/cowls lately and I totally want to try it!  Aren't they just CUTE?!
4.  This is totally random, but  I've been laughing over it all week--(yes, I do need to get a life, thank you)--When shopping the other day, I caught a small snippet of a conversation--all I heard was this little boy saying, with a very shocked expression, "a donut?!"  Needless to say I started laughing out of nowhere.  Oh, to be a fly on the wall and hear that conversation! :)

5.  AND I have a GIVEAWAY going on right now! :)  But no entries so far :O  Where are my lovely follwers at? ;)  No worries, it's still going up to Valentine's day--check it out!