#borntobecreative #girlboss #creativepreneur + #happyyouarehere
You’re here reading this and that makes me extraordinarily happy! Maybe you’ve found me through Pinterest, IG, Twitter or my former blog, Vintage Rose Brocante… however you arrived, I’m ecstatic you are here!
If you were looking for Vintage Rose Brocante, no worries here you’ll find most of the content that was on the VRB website. For vintage, rose & brocante styled pictures visit my tumblr here, or check out the category page here.
One of the perks of running a blog is the opportunity to connect with like-minded creatives, like you. a Creative mess is where I blog about all of my creative interests. I’m into graphic design and making printables (check out the shop… they’re all free). Along with my amateur enthusiastic adventures in graphic design I also like to create moodboards and color palettes.
One of the many categories on aCm is Travel Stories where I photograph and write about trendy, fun and elastically pleasing locations around The Netherlands, Germany and the rest of Europe. A popular category is Kitchen Stories, which includes styling and decorating tips for special occasions.
If you’re a D.I.Y. creative like me you might like browsing the Creative Stories here on the site. There are enough categories to choose from. I’ve got so many interests that dedicating the site to one subject doesn’t work for me. Hence the name a Creative mess!
I’d love it if you left a comment somewhere on the site with a link to where you share your creative work and interests, please don’t be shy, us like-minded creatives have so much to share… let’s connect!
Hi, I'm Micheile, a creative content maker.
You’ve read that right, Micheile. I’m originally from Sonoma, California and have lived for almost 22 years in The Netherlands. I’m currently living in Enschede with my boyfriend and our two cats. My full name is Teresa Micheile Henderson, since middle school I’ve gone by Micheile, which is pronounced Michelle (for some reason). I’m a 46 year old graphic design enthusiast, and love pretty much all things creative, from d.i.y., floral arranging, photography, stationery, interior styling and much, much more.
Though I love science, politics (yes I said that) and history I’ve always been multi-potential when it comes to things creative. I can see a product in the shop and become instantly inspired by the typography or color palette; be it washing soap or olive oil, if the branding has something that appeals to me I might be inspired to make something new or change things around (or create a new blog layout).