Do you like free, lovely things? I like free, lovely things too. That’s exactly why I’m super excited to be a part of Lucky Star’s instructor giveaway. With an incredible lineup of instructors and classes this fall, we’re doing everything we can to get the word out and get all you hard working ladies to the gorgeous hills of Texas. Feed your soul with like-minded spirits, serene surroundings and the workshops you crave. This is truly the stuff daydreams are made of. 
Trying to come up with a giveaway for Lucky Star was harder than I thought and I couldn’t pick just one thing to make. Instead there are three things from the past year that have come out of my studio that I love and my customers do as well. 
1. Restorative Lavender Lemon Hand Scrub: Whether it’s a long day in the studio, washing too many dishes or changing too many diapers, this is just the stuff those hands that do it all need. It’s all natural and a delight for the senses.  
2. Felt Acorns: These sweeties are perfect for that little bowl that you never know what to do with. Anytime of year, they will add a natural and whimsical touch to your decor. 
3. Wet Felted Table Runner: This one of a kind 11”x 10” table runner will sure to brighten any side table or dresser. Durable enough to tolerate those little hands in the family too that just love to touch everything. 
Well, what are you waiting for? Head on over to Lucky Star today for your chance to win. 

Lucky Star

Imagine a place where days are spent with kindred spirits learning and making among the ancient Cypress trees with views of rugged limestone hills along the Guadalupe River. The sweet smell of Sycamore trees floating on the breeze and the hillsides covered in native stone cabins, each with their own charm and story to tell; where nights are spent laughing and dreaming under the big Texas sky by the campfire. 

A place where whole living meets art at a sleep away camp. No joke, this place really does exist and it’s called, Lucky Star Art Camp. I am over the moon excited to be one of the instructors this fall. Collectively, we are offering an eclectic mix of classes from art to writing, sewing, to canning and preserving to jewelry making. Quite simply, there is a class for every interest. 

My first class, is called Upcycle Your Wardrobe and students are encouraged to bring clothes that may have seen better days or they’re tired of or don’t quite match their style anymore. With some scraps of fabric, needle and thread and a little creativity it’s amazing how they can become a new garment that can be cherished once again. 

My half day class, Stamp It, will teach students how to make their own stamps out of materials, bought and found, instead of relying on mass produced stamps found in the craft stores. The class will truly encourage students to play and allow for time to use their new stamps in a project they maybe working on. 

Whether you attend art camps on a regular basis, or have never been to one, I would highly encourage you to check this one out. Having attending multiple art camps in the past, I can assure you it is well worth the time, planning, money and energy it takes to get there. 

There is something special that happens when you carve out time for you to focus on ideas and projects you have been dreaming of. I am talking about the things daydreams are made of, moments that change your thinking and even change your life. 

Oh and did I mention there is early bird registration deals?! Plus one lucky lady will win free tuition.