About

Hi! I’m Megan, welcome to my blog! I guess you want to know more about me, huh?

I’m a 30-something who uprooted my life in Arkansas for married life deep in the heart of Texas. Or something like that.

I have an affinity for the style of the 60s, a love for all styles of music, an obsession with reality television and a fondness for all things needlework.

I grew up in rural southwest Arkansas and went to college and joined a sorority in northwest Arkansas.

After college, I stayed in Northwest Arkansas for a few years before relocating to central Arkansas for my day job as a cubicle monkey. I’m now a home-based member of corporate America.

This blog is my outlet. A place where I share the good, the bad, the tasty, and the bizarre in my life.

Why don’t you sit a spell?

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8 comments

  1. Megan Nyberg's Meditations · December 5, 2010

    I love your blog! I’m reading through some of your humorously thoughtful posts. Great stuff! Happy blogging!

  2. amber · December 6, 2010

    Hi,
    Glad to see you included WHAM in your holiday play list. I plan to rock out to it while baking cookies later.

    I was wondering if I could get your template for the DIY calendar on Design Sponge.

    Thanks!

    • Megan · December 6, 2010

      Hi Amber!
      I’m glad you’ll be putting my playlist to good use :). You can find a PDF version of my calendar here: http://comp.uark.edu/~mvt001/elearning/pdfs/Calendar.pdf
      I sized this so I could easily iron it on the bottom of the canvas. Let me know if you have any other questions!
      Happy baking (and crafting)!

      • amber · December 7, 2010

        Thanks so much Megan! You are so sweet to share. Happy holidays!
        -amber

  3. Liz Granger · December 21, 2010

    Hi Megan!

    I found your comment from Design Sponge regarding the canvas calendar and freezer paper (in order to run fabric through the printer). I was wondering if you could send me some more details? I’m curious about your experience – and trust your judgment!

    Thanks so much. What a help!

    Liz

    • Megan · December 21, 2010

      Hi Liz!
      I’m so happy you found my blog! I’m sending you an email with more information right now.

      Thanks!
      Megan

  4. Merwin Chrisman · July 1, 2011

    I found your comment from Design Sponge regarding the canvas calendar and freezer paper (in order to run fabric through the printer). I was wondering if you could send me some more details? I’m curious about your experience – and trust your judgment!
    +1

    • Megan · July 5, 2011

      Hi Merwin!

      I’m so happy you’ve found my blog! I hope you like what you see! I’ve created a PDF calendar you can use for printing your calendars which you can find here: http://comp.uark.edu/~mvt001/elearning/pdfs/Calendar.pdf

      Additionally, if you have an inkjet printer I would recommend printing directly on the canvas instead of using iron-on transfers. This was a tremendous time-saver for me! All you have to do is cut your canvas down to the size of letter paper (or what ever size your printer accepts) and iron freezer paper on the back of it. Then run it through your printer so that it prints on the canvas side.

      Good luck! Let me know if you need more tips!
      Megan

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