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2019… this year has left me all sorts of breathless. Some of it absolutely magical and some of it shook me to my core. Adventures of all kinds were scattered through out. And we definitely lived and breathed our this year’s family mantra of “we can do hard things.” Here are a few of the highlights:
In January, I released the Meadow Design. Thanks to y’all, this design quickly became a crowd favorite. Thank you for every like, comment, and purchase of this kit and digital pattern!
The Valentine’s Collection was crazy awesome. I think y’all sold me out within a few days of launch. It went way beyond my expectations. And if I’m honest, the success of this collection really did so much to make me feel like I have found my people. I felt empowered.
In March, I was lucky enough to be chosen to be a vendor at Magnolia’s Spring at the Silos. It was a game-changer event that was beyond awesome. If you would like to read more about that experience, you can read it HERE.
In April, I taught my Wildflower hand embroidery class at The BRIT for the very first time. It was so much fun and such a great experience that I am now teaching there a few times a year.
Of course, my year was filled with the most beautiful custom wedding bouquet projects. Y’all truly have the best taste in wedding bouquets and I LOVE that I never create the same bouquet twice.
At the very beginning of summer, I released my Blue Hydrangea Kit and the Caroline Bouquet pattern along my Summer Collection. This collection was filled with bright colors and of course all the florals. It was so much fun to create.
End of August brought my Fall Collection with all its autumn colors and textures. And true to form, y’all stepped up and blew me away with your support.
September brought more wedding bouquets, another workshop and a flurry of behind the scenes preparation.
October was whirlwind with Magnolia’s 5th Annual Silobration and Halloween (my favorite holiday). Just like in the spring, Magnolia was extraordinary. I met the best people and came home feeling overwhelming grateful for the experience.
The Holiday season kicked off with a bang with the always fun Fort Worth Makers Marketand the release of my Holiday Collection. I loved seeing all your gift-opening posts!
On the difficult front, there were a few things that I really struggled with the year:
I don’t include this difficult list in order to gain sympathy. But I do want to show that even if someone’s highlight reel looks so good from where you stand, please know there is usually another layer happening behind the scenes. We are all just figuring things out the best way we know how as we go.
As 2019 (and this decade) comes to a close, I really can’t say thank you enough for your continuous support and encouragement. During the highs, I felt like I had all of you cheering me on and just as excited as I was. And during my lows, you were the ones that helped me to remember my “why” and to keep going.
Here’s to a new year and new decade, friends! New adventures are waiting right around the corner.
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