I have shared a couple of times already, but I’m just so excited about my comic: “The Cracked Cup Coffee Co.” which was created and written by me, with art by my husband, Tommy Krippes.
Please check it out, if you have time. We have a lot of fun with it.
Also, in my spare time, I have been doing a lot of sewing, and creating, but haven’t had a lot of time to get any great photos. I will get a few of those up ASAP.
In the mean time, here are a couple of photos I took, while I was out with my husband, last week.
I just wanted to remind everyone that Issue 5 of my web comic entitled: “The Cracked Cup” came out last Thursday.
We’re really excited to have finished our first month! New issues come out every Thursday. If you like it, please be sure to share it with your friends. We would really appreciate it!
For your viewing pleasure!
Hey everyone! My husband and I have been working on a new project, and the first issue is finally released!
Written by: Me
Drawn by: Tommy Krippes
Check it out: http://thecrackedcupcoffeecompany.com/
You know how necessity is the mother of invention? Well, my fiance and I moved in to our rental house and realized that it has very little storage. I didn’t realize how expensive storage bins can be! One new basket or bin usually costs at least $15, and we need at least 15 to store everything. Buying all of those at full price would be ridiculous, so we’ve been getting creative.
Since I learned how to start circle crocheting projects this week, I decided I’d try for a storage bin.
This one is very small, it’s 5″ in diameter, is and is approximately 8″ tall, but it will be handy for something!
I’m still thinking of adding little leather handles, and I will be starching it, so I guess it’s not completely done, but I was too excited about how it turned out to not share the photos!
These are the last of the trip photos that I will be posting (for now, anyway). I hope you enjoy them!
This was the view from a gas station parking lot. Amazing.
Who doesn’t love kitten feet?
Ava, got to stretch her a little.
Favorite photo of the trip. The car started feeling really rough, and it smelled like burning rubber, so we though we may have a flat tire. We didn’t, it was just the road conditions, and oil wells all over, but while we were stopped, Tommy looked behind us, and noticed a rainbow. It was worth the stop.
So this was fun, it started “Sun Hailing” as I keep calling it. The sun was streaming down, and all of a sudden it started hailing. By the time I got he camera out it got a little darker, but it was still very weird, here’s a picture of the sun still peaking out a little bit, after the hail storm: