It’s been an interesting summer, in many ways for my family, but especially with regards to my business.  

New and different opportunities continue to open up.

I have been offered quite a bit of custom work.  Friends and others have asked me if I can paint their pieces, and I’ve said “Sure”!

My friend, and site sponsor Jen, who owns her own homemade, organic personal care product line, asked me if I could do some work for her website. She was so pleased with the photos I took for the Wholemade giveaway we did back in March, she wanted me to take photos of her whole product line for the site.  I said, “Sure!”
Expanding the Business
Most recently, I was contacted by an online store and asked about submitting some guest blog posts.  I said, “Sure!”

And lastly, I was offered a spot as a dealer at a great new market.

I said “Sure! But not this time . . .”  Their upcoming November dates just don’t work on my calendar, so I’m hoping to work with them in their Spring 2015 show.

I guess that’s the nature of having your own small business–as long as I have the time, skill, and resources to pull it off, I’m going to continue trying new things.  Really, I’m just along for the ride 🙂


5 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Painting Furniture

Painting your own furniture can be intimidating! After years of painting furniture for profit, here are 5 things I wish I knew before I had ever started! 

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