The holidays are here! I have to say, Thanksgiving is my #1 favorite holiday by a landslide. No contest. First, the food is the best ever! We also don’t have to do any weird present giving, no thank you cards, no trying to think of something to get someone that they won't want to throw away immediately, and feeling guilty about throwing away unwanted gifts given to you. Thanksgiving also has the perfect weather. I’m from New England, and that means the leaves are changing color (I love stepping on the crunchy ones). It's cool but not freezing cold, Sweater, vest and boot weather, but inside with food and family, it's so cozy. I just love it. I am so excited...Read More
I am so excited to finally have my shop open! To go along with taking the next step in this process, I wanted to take the time to explain a little bit about what kfons is all about, and what you can get here. You can read more in my about me page...Read More
Welcome to my first design mash! For this room, I imagined curling up in a giant soft sweater, a great book, and a hot cup of tea. A lake sparkles through the trees outside the open window on a beautiful day. Birds are chirping and you are completely relaxed...Read More
How clique, but everyone does want it. To be able to live their ideal life at the end did the day. Follow their true passion. Well, so do I of course, and I want that for you too.
I didn't really do art until junior year of high school. That may seem a little out of the ordinary, since your probably thinking I started doodling when I was three, since that's how artists are portrayed. They always know from the get go. Actually I don't doodle at all...Read More
Organizing makes me so excited. It's actually pretty weird. I absolutely love spending my weekends organizing things, but that might not be for everyone. There is even a stereotype that creative people are unorganized. With that being said, you don't have to be a master organizer to boost your efficiency and get some serious amount of work done...Read More
Traveling is extremely rewarding, no matter what you do or where you go. Each place has a different feeling, created by the people, the atmosphere, and the experiences you have there. Sometimes it is hard to put into words what actually makes a place feel different, especially when each person hastheir own perspective. For me, this place represented how poverty and necessity could create such beauty with its colors and textures that lined the streets...Read More