Hi, and welcome to my blog! Here you will find sneak peeks of my recent sessions, featured posts of sessions and weddings, as well as a few personal photos thrown into the mix. I love to blog and I think it’s a great way to show off my amazing clients and share my personality with you. I believe that choosing a photographer to document your life is a very personal thing, and it’s important to find someone that you can build a connection with.
Outside of all the fun photos, my blog also has important announcements, helpful tips for both clients and photographers, and the occasional random post of things I like. If you have a great idea for a post on my blog, feel free to share it with me and don’t forget to leave comments on posts you love.
Kate is seriously such a stunner, it was impossible to take a bad photo of her! She will be heading up to Ohio State for college in the fall and is super excited. I know she’s looking forward to enjoying some cooler weather
Here are just some of the images we got during her session!
Thanks for stopping by and happy Wednesday.
Lydia came all the way from the other side of the world.. you know.. Fort Worth.. to see me! She is such a sweet girl, and I really enjoyed working with her. She’s actually homeschooled, just like I was. Plus, she plans on getting into fashion design to design affordable, fun, fashionable modest clothing for young women. I love that she is a focused girl with her eye on what she wants. We had an absolutely gorgeous day after a couple of reschedules due to the rain.
Here are some of my favorite shots from our session
Thanks so much, Lydia! Senior sessions are always so much fun.
Here in our household, we love to make homemade cards. Zaida is only three but she’s been making cards (maybe with some assistance) for a long time now. It was something I enjoyed doing as a child, and it just adds that personal touch to special events. Plus, I’m always up for a reason to be crafty! Today I wanted to share a template with you to make your own Easter Egg cards to share with your friends and family this weekend.
This is a really fast and easy craft and a great way to let the kids play behind you while you get some work done (trust me, I understand!).
1. Download the card template here.
2. Print on cardstock (preferred). Make sure you choose borderless printing and print actual size so that it lines up properly!
3. Fold the card in half, and your egg should line up perfectly on the fold. You can either cut it out now or let the kids color it in first, and then cut it out.
4. Color and embellish as you choose! Glitter is always a fun touch.
5. Write your message on the inside and share with those you love.
I hope you enjoyed this Easter card craft and have a great weekend with your family and friends.