Tuesday, December 6, 2011


$22 please send me an email zombabiedesign@gmail.comif you are interested.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Rainy Art-Craftic

Today was my 2nd Art-Craftic, it was rainy and cold but it's a great little show.  Can't wait for next year!

Sunday, July 24, 2011


Today was the Craftacular in Madison, it was hot....but an awesome day.  I met some really creative artists.  Robin from Fat Cat Beads was one of my favorites.  If you are ever near the East Town Mall in Madison check out some of her wares.

If you are looking for me on ETSY.... stay tuned, I am on vacation mode until I get all my little Zombabies and Monsters reorganized!  

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Zombabies Make Headlines

I am so ecstatic about this wonderful article written by Monica Walk! Check out the front page of the Fond du Lac Reporter today.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

DIY Studio Night

I will be at d.i.y. Studio on Broadway in Green Bay Monday night teaching a screen printing class.  d.i.y. is a great shop to do or buy some art, check it out ASAP!

Saturday, May 7, 2011

For Loved Dogs

The catnip toys FOR LOVED CATS have been such a success I decided to try something out for the dogs.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011


Now that it's finally getting a little bit warm here in North East Wisconsin, I'm starting to think about all the wonderful events I have coming up this Summer.  I am planning on attending the new Friday Oshkosh Farmers Market, Art for All, in Menominee MI and Caftacular in Madison WI.

With that... I should stop wasting time typing and start sewing!

Thursday, January 20, 2011


            LOVE BIRD...LOVE IT!

Saturday, January 1, 2011


Screen printing can be a cheap and easy way to make your mark. 

This is what I do:

1. Use black acrylic paint on a transparency to create your design.  Make your lines as crisp and opaque as you can.

2. WEARING GLOVES Coat a silk screen with photo emulsion using a scoop.  Most screen printing kits come with a jar of emulsion and a small bottle to activate it.  It is really important that the small bottle is well mixed and your emulsion is fresh.  Store it in a cool pace for no more than 6 months.

3. Put the transparency on top of your screen.  (Take care to work in a room with low light until you are ready to burn the image into the screen.)  Expose the image to sunlight or a bright-light for about 15 minutes.  Emulsion will turn darker (green/blueish)

4. Rinse out the screen with a hose or in the bathtub.  Let dry.

5. Use water soluble screen printing ink and a squeegee to apply the ink to fabric of paper.
To make multiples attach screen to hinges and use tape to make the printable areas.

6. Make sure to heat set ink to fabric when dried.