I have an Etsy shop! I’m sharing my experiences and expertise in the form of canvas prints and ebooks. As a content writer, I wish to share my expertise for writing excellent web copy and preparing for social media strategies. As someone who loves to travel…I’m turning photos from my most magical adventures into canvas prints. Many of my photos showcase flowers, Volcano National Park in Hawaii to Glacier National Park; and I hope my future adventures.

My Role as a Content Writer

With a BA in English, a concentration in writing/rhetoric and a minor in literature, I have honed my skills as a writer in both the creative fiction and nonfiction settings. Most of my expertise falls in the magazine and online writing realm so I have compiled a list of my best advice to set up your website with convincing web copy and brief lessons to prepare for social media marketing. For a very limited time, my blog readers have secret access to a 25% discount at checkout using this code: FOCW25 It ends August 18, 2023.

Adventures that Inspire My Etsy Shop

For now, my most magical adventures include the week Kyler and I spend in Hawaii and a day I spent photographing parts of Glacier National Park in Montana.

My Hawaii Collection on my Etsy Shop

Etsy Shop with prints
Fog & Trees

This photo, Fog & Trees, has been turned into a matte canvas.

Etsy listing of Hawaiian Flower
Flower in Volcano National Park

This Hawaiian flower is my favorite of all the photos I took while we were in Hawaii. It comes as a canvas print in 3 sizes starting at $36.68.

Etsy Listing, Spencer Beach
Spencer Beach, HI

Spencer Beach, Hawaii. My grandpa took us on a 4-mile hike- he is in much better shape than I was back then but that didn’t stop me from taking several beach photos along the way! So far, I have only designed this for a matte canvas, but if you want it turned into a puzzle, just let me know! Matte canvas starts at $36.68

Our Adventure in Hawaii

Hawaii was such a special trip for Kyler and me. My grandparents drove us all the way to Hilo (approximately 2-3 hours from where they live); we visited the black sand beaches and saw turtles soaking up the sun, visited Volcano National Park even though it was mostly shut down down because of COVID, and Kyler and I enjoyed the most magical experience of swimming with manta rays and watching them eat their dinner.

If you’re interesting in learning more about traveling to Hawaii, feel free to explore my Hawaii blog posts: What to Wear in Hawaii, What I’m Packing for Hawaii!, Hawaiian Sweet Potato Fries (my grandma only let me cook one time during the entire week we were there!)

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My sister also started an Etsy shop selling Mountain style modern clothing and Custom Wood Signs.