I'm excited to launch the new Earthly Moments Facebook page and eStore! Come visit, like and shop around. Don't be discouraged if you only see earrings, more origami creations are coming. Stay tuned and visit often! Autumn Flower Evoke old-school glamour with this one-of-a-kind pair of origami rose earrings. Read more. Cube Impressions Part impressionist,… Continue reading Origami Creations
Albany, the capital of New York State, holds the duel distinction of being the longest continuously chartered city in the United States and the oldest Dutch settlement in America. At the heart of this historic city is Washington Park, often mistaken for being designed by Frederick Law Olmsted as it displays many of the same… Continue reading Standing Tall among Tulips
For me, a large part of what makes hotel stays so charming are the fun and decorative towel accents. There is always that climactic moment, when needing to use a towel, I am obliged to unravel those artful folds. In a moment fraught with hesitancy and near abhorrence, art and beauty is stripped to something… Continue reading Transcient Delights – Flower Basket Towel Art
As we tumble into the summer days, here's a breezy and light starter (or dessert) to beat the heat and stay refreshed. Ingredients: honeydew, yogurt, brown sugar Tools: cutting board, knife, melon ball spoon (or regular spoon), cookie cutter Steps: 1. Slice the honeydew in half, clear out the seeds 2. Use the spoon to… Continue reading O’sweet sweet honeydew
Temperatures hovered around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, proclaiming a beautiful spring day. The last thing I expected to see was...ICE? My eyes do a double take as I pass under Minelot Falls and spot the large broken chunks of white. Recalling to mind mini glaciers, these stalwarts of winter silently stood against the rushing water, overlooking… Continue reading Covergence of the Seasons
Beautiful handmade origami rose pendant and earrings adds a splash of color to any occasion. More images below.
Spring water rushes 90ft (27m) down the spectacular Cohoes Falls. Spanning around 1,000ft (300m) across, it's width is second only to Niagara's Horseshoe Falls. Patches of green herald the first signs of springtime, though the trees have yet to shake off their barren winter solitude.