Making a Movie...

Do you remember my brother Micah and his wonderful wife Camille?  What would I do without these two?  I can tell you one thing, Lily&Thistle would not be in existence today without them.  They are both so inspiring to me and have been some of my greatest cheerleaders.

Camille has done so much behind the scenes work with me to get the doll packages perfected, supplies ordered, shipping done...I could go on!

I decided a while ago to introduce the Paper Doll Coloring book through an awesome site called Kickstarter. Have you heard of it?  What an awesome concept!  Basically it's a place for people with great ideas to pitch their great ideas to thousands of potential "supporters".  
It's best to have a video to introduce what you are making, etc.  Micah does music for movies/t.v. shows/commercials, etc. and has all kinds of skills when it comes to producing something of course I pulled my "favorite sister with brown hair"card and asked him to help!

 They came sans children and we all worked (a little).... 
...and played (a lot).  
This is a really funny picture first, because Micah has the longest arms known to man (well maybe not, but close).  Second, it symbolizes what he and Camille did to get me to smile and try not to be so serious.  Every time we would start over (and over and over), I had to clap my hands in front of my face (for technical stuff) then remember Tina Faye and "wave like a normal person".  

They are working on getting the video together and it should be ready SOON!  


  1. You look so cute Hannah! I'm excited to see your video!
    PS- Did Jeff watch all the kids?

  2. Thanks Christi! :) The girls are in the movie for a little bit and then yes, Jeff took part of the day off and took everyone to the Library. I think they were all jumping on the trampoline during these photos. Jeff is my BIGGEST and BEST supporter.

  3. Can't wait to see it! You guys looked like you had so much FUN!

  4. I DO remember (and LOVE!) Micah and Camille! How fun.


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