Vintage Millinery – December 2020

I have always admired the ladies back in the days who wore dresses with coordinating hats. Jackie Kennedy is the first lady who comes to mind when I think of classic vintage. I found a few of these hats at one of my favorite vintage shops in San Dimas. The one with the floral broach…

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Dia de los Muertos Painting

This painting was created in honor of my Mom at the request of Chrisy’s lovely friend Cori. Cori asked me to create a painting for Chrisy that would represent my Mom for the celebration of her life and the bond that Chrisy and my Mom shared for Dia de los Muertos. Everything in her hair…


Business Cards

So pleased with the design of my business cards created by Michelle Hausbeck of Hausbeck Brand. She learned about my vision and carried out the task to create my business cards. Can’t wait to get them printed and share when I mail out my work, sell my artwork in person and/or use for future marketing.…

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Nature Themed Vintage Millinery

While recently shopping at one of my favorite vintage stores in San Dimas, the shop owner showed me a few purses that she had just received. I instantly fell in love with this netted hat adorned with leaves and pink pearls. This now has a home at Casa DeRose.


Vintage Waterfall Table Lamp

I found this unique crystal and marble lamp at a local Antique Shop near my home. I’ve never seen anything like this and have no idea what era this is from. The lamp still has the tag that reads ‘fine marble made in Italy’ Perfect size for my desk and it doesn’t cover my paintings…


Repurposed White Tablecloth turns to Damask Junk Journals

I had been working on these journals for several months. I purchased the tablecloth at a local thrift store and decided to experiment with RIT Dye. When I saw the results of how the dye accepted the damask fabric I wanted to create a rainbow of pastel colored journals. Each journal is wrapped with a…