Pink girly girl party

My youngest, Jolynn turned five recently and since my friend Jono and I are teaming up to make fun party packages with themed parties, we decided to try out some of the fun things we are planning.

The party didn't really have a theme, but was just very pink and girly.

I have recently added glitter tattoos to my repertoire of things I'm offering since it's so great for the summer with so many swimming and water parties and so we tried these out at the party and they were a hit.


Ta da!! The results! They really are pretty!

I was surprised at what a hit they were with even the boys. So far in using them at events and parties they've gone over very well and both boys and girls are very happy and excited by them.


 For crafts we made crowns and tiaras and scepters and wands.


Jono made some awesome balloons, the favorite by far being the "minion" balloon from Despicable Me.

We pulled out the dress up chest, another new addition to our party packages and everyone had dress up time.

I am also in the process of painting some backdrops to use at parties and this was a trial run of our princess backdrop. The idea is to have an awesome painted backdrop set up in a corner with costumes and props to use for photos. These will be theme based and also just a generic and fun party backdrop.


Overall it was a resounding success with a very happy birthday girl!! We couldn't be more pleased and we're eager and excited to be able to offer these fun additions to your parties.











We recently did balloons and face painting at Cabelas in Fort Worth for their anual community event. It was great fun and a wonderful event!





Welcome to the launch of The Morning Princess, a book written by Marlo Davis and illustrated by me.

The event will take place on June 1st, from 3-5 pm.

If you can make it, we'd love to have you. There will be face painting and games, books available and a fun photo shoot.

Please RSVP to the invitation below.

Looking forward to seeing you.







This is a big 4x5 foot canvas painting that I did recently for Taco Bueno. It's a really cute idea as the back of the painting is covered with little magnets so that the employees can attach appreciation notes to each other as a team building activity.