Thanksgiving Lantern Centerpieces Made with Cricut - 10/19/21

Thanksgiving Lantern Centerpieces Made with Cricut – 10/19/21

Family Tree Video – The Basics

The basics of making a good family tree video. Here is what you need to know. Today’s technology provides even the less than technically savvy genealogy hobbyist with easy access to all of the tools needed to easily make a family tree video!

The Sacred Made Shockingly Real

Last week I was in London, England and saw a wonderful exhibition at The National Gallery, titled: The Sacred Made Real, Spanish Painting and Sculpture 1600-1700. As just about everything in London, this exhibition too was beautifully presented and organized. What I also loved was that it came with a free catalogue that meticulously described and put into context all that I was about to see.

5 Reasons NOT to Use Stock Layouts

Graphic design services can seem expensive and a bit overwhelming if you’re not familiar with it. The last time I checked, there wasn’t a “design it” key on your keyboard.

Art For LDS Missionaries

In the Mormon church, going on a mission is almost a right of passage or a coming of age experience for young men and women. Missionaries are sent all over the world to share the gospel. Young men are called Elders, and young women are called Sisters. Elders serve for 2 years while sisters serve for a period of 18 months. Many missionaries find themselves in a strange foreign land with strange food, culture, and a new language to learn. They seek for the familiar amidst their new surroundings; they might look for things that remind them of home or their purpose as missionaries.

Oh, Voguish Demoiselles!

A few weeks ago I was in Rome, where, as you can imagine, there is no shortage of exhibitions. New and new shows crop up every day around the city, so sturdy boots to walk around and sniff out new things to see are definitely recommended. One of my favourite places in Rome is The Bramante Cloisters, Chiostro del Bramante, a quintessentially Renaissance cloister commissioned by Cardinal Oliviero Carafa in 1500. It is no wonder that this delicate place dedicated to introspection and spiritual musings so long ago was chosen to be the home of wonderful exhibitions today. Indeed, a few weeks ago…

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