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Printmaker. Green tea sipper. Sock aficionado.


Just a small-town girl convicted of living covered in grace.

I spend a lot of my time, actually all of my time, covered in sin and needing to Lord's mercy and grace to come in and rescue me. I find that most readily happens when I see His word often, when I give it the chance to jump out, grab me and focus my heart on things above.

This business started more out of necessity than inspiration. My husband, Matt, and I were about to celebrate our first anniversary when he was diagnosed with brain cancer.

The funny (and by funny I mean we chose to look at it with humor) thing about seizures is that it takes away your ability to drive for six months. It was my job (working at a church), or Matt's and so I quit mine in order to help him maintain his. Best. Decision. Ever.

God has been so faithful (not a surprise). He has taken a tiny idea to make a few extra bucks and grown it that has touched over 6,000 people and counting. That is 6,000 witnesses going out. And that is something to be pumped about. 

Matt has been fully healed of his cancer by the grace and care of our loving Lord. He healed us and we believe he offers that same healing to you. There are countless things we have learned through our experience. God is faithful. Family is irreplaceable. There is nothing quite as healing as a good long bath. Following your dreams is not something that should be talked about in the future tense.

So this little shop? It's our Farm Fund. And one day we know that we will live on the land that our Father has picked out for us, purchased with the little bit of cash we earn here. 

So every time you purchase a print, or tell your friends about us, you help us get there. You bless our souls and you encourage us to keep going.