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onward + embracing what might be a futile effort.

Another hideaway in my backyard I saw a post--an Instagram story--earlier today that sparked a feeling of unfamiliarity in myself as I was, of all things, brushing my teeth. It was a pair of people in a park working on zines together, and I found myself wondering where that part of me went over the past few years. I've tried repeatedly to put out a new zine, even getting so far as writing, printing, and pasting a few pages together, but I can … Read More

scenes from my art journal.

Mixed media art journaling has become a major part of my life and routine over the past couple of months. I look forward to sitting down at my craft desk at the end of a few days throughout the week and making an absolute mess. A few months ago I managed to get two Jane Davenport mixed media journals for $5 each (the last in Michaels!), and since then I've been filling each page with paint, crayons, paper scraps, and so much more. I thought I … Read More

one little word 2021 | february vision board

I'm pretty sure the vision board is one of my favorite parts of One Little Word. I love the tactile nature of sitting and flipping through magazines, cutting and pasting the images down. It's one of those activities that I don't do often, but when I do, I berate myself for forgetting how much I enjoy it. As I worked this time around, I tried to remember my word--CULTIVATE--and choose the images and words that reminded me of the word and what … Read More

handmade, cottagecore, and intentional living.

It's a mystery exactly why I started knitting in high school; I simply don't remember. The best I Can recall is that I just thought it was neat, so I gave it a try. I do remember that an aunt of mine had taught me years earlier, when I was about seven, but by the time my interest rekindled as a teenager I was learning all over again. I started with the usual basics—scarves, mostly; some simple rectangular pouches; fingerless gloves with holes … Read More

reading wrap up | january 2021

This post contains affiliate links; if you choose to click through and make a purchase, I will earn a commission at no extra cost to you. I read six books this month, making it a point to try to check off some of my "21 in '21" TBR books. Honestly, I exceeded my own expectations by reading two off that list. I still have a long year ahead of me as far as reading goals go, but I made good headway in January. Circe by Madeline Miller // This … Read More

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Hi, I’m Sonya, and I’m a crafty cottage witch.

Welcome to my blog, where I write about, well, just about anything that comes to mind. Common topics include cooking and crafts, writing and witchcraft, and everyday life with my family of oddballs.


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