Digitally illustrated girl with a carnation over white background. Frame it as an art print or send via snail mail.
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hi, i'm v.
Sticker maker, shop owner, Marine wife and mom.
ISTJ, Taurus, Type 5
I recently discovered bullet journaling, but have scrapbooked since grade school. I enjoy many aspects of papercrafting and share them here, along with any productivity tips I stumble across because ase I can tend to be a bit of an organization junkie as well.
You can contact me here.
what you can expect on the blog
- papercrafting and journaling
- intentional living and productivity
- shop updates and behind the scenes
- a personal post sprinkled here and there
What’s in your shop?
Stickers first and foremost. I started the shop after I realized I wasn't the only paper girl who was itching for simple stickers for women of color. You'll find digitally illustrated sticker sheets, die cut stickers, and printable/digital stickers.
Limited-time products also include: magnets, bookmarks, post cards, and greeting cards.
How’d you get started?
I started the blog almost five years ago as an outlet for myself, but it quickly transitioned into being just about my hobbies: travel, taking photos, and scrapbooking.
Through my blogging journey I discovered bullet journaling and my scrapbooking passions were re-ignited. I began sharing my journey with these and quickly saw a need for the stickers I was already making for myself. I gave myself six months to open up a shop, and half way through my time frame we lived through a pandemic. During my time at home I now had NO MORE excuses, so I opened up my shop!
Why the name Love Becomes Her?
I started the blog on Halloween night and one of my favorite movies (Death Becomes Her) was on. I was a major cynic back in the day but I felt that the name suited the blog because at the time so many of my blog posts were around my long-distance relationship with my now-husband. I always assumed I'd change the name later, but I think I just love it too much. It reminds me of how far I have come with learning love.