I thought I was the creative one...

So about two weeks ago my daughter comes home to tell me that she worked on this art project at school and it would be featured at the performing art center. Oh my, I was so excited!!! I love art (if you don't already know). All the art hanging in our house is mine! With all that said, I wanted to share. Take a look!


did you know...

  • The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution were passed following the Civil War, in the later 1860s. They outlawed slavery and extended civil rights and suffrage (voting rights) to former slaves. The LEGAL right to vote for African-Americans was established, but numerous restrictions kept many blacks from ACTUALLY voting until the 1960s Voting Rights Act.

  • The 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote in 1920. This amendment resulted from an international movement of "Suffragettes". Women still lacked the right to vote in Switzerland until the 1970s, and as of 1990 women could not vote in Kuwait.

  • The 26th Amendment lowered the voting age from 21 to 18. This occurred in 1971, amid the Vietnam War, when 18-year-olds were routinely drafted and sent to war without the right to vote.

custom order...

I've been asked to make a house warming invite...so this is what I came up with.  What do you think?  

I will be featured on ESTY's Paper Goods Showcase tomorrow...stop in and shop

...I'm really excited.  You can view my items by going to www.esty.com, click paper goods on the left hand side...my items will be listed at the top of the page under featured items.  Or you can just click on one of the cards listed to the left, you will be taken to the website.  Invite your friends and family to shop.