Monthly Archives: January 2013

Smoky Mountain Leaf Works is Paying It Forward

I was very inspired and motivated at the book signing event of Chris Guillebeau in Nashville, TN for his book, The $100 Startup. Since he has been the catalyst for my expansion of Smoky Mountain Leaf Works, I am going … Continue reading

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Inspired

There’s just something about the mottled Smoky Mountain autumn leaves that I just love. It is so cool to me to see that unique blotchiness of color in a single leaf. Is it green? Is it red? Is it yellow? … Continue reading

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New Logo for Smoky Mountain Leaf Works

I am pleased to introduce the logo for Smoky Mountain Leaf Works . . . Thanks to Joe Schilling of Schilling Designs in Mobile, Alabama for a great job. I am learning more than I ever really wanted to know about … Continue reading

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Busy Getting Ready!

Busy, busy, busy! That describes my life for the past week. I have been crafting new greeting cards, wall art and ornaments in preparation for the launch of the new website on February 11. THAT is the fun part. I’m having loads … Continue reading

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What does “Leave No Trace” mean for Smoky Mountain Leaf Works?

When I exhibited Smoky Mountain Leaf Works at several craft shows in 2012, I posted a sign that said “No leaves were taken from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.” Several visitors asked me why. When I replied that it … Continue reading

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