I’d love to hear from you! You can drop me an email at annisaoj at hotmail dot com.

I started this blog as a creative outlet for me and as a place to share with our family what is happening while we are living away from them. If it ever make money from advertising or sponsorships, I’d surely do a happy dance, but that’s not my primary goal. I may use banner ads, affiliate links and I’d even consider doing sponsored posts. A Pretty Happy Home is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Any information collected from readers is not being sold by A Pretty Happy Home. It should be clearly understood that I am not a professional decorator, contractor or chef. I am an amateur who is learning and working her way through various projects and recipes. I am sharing what worked for me, not necessarily the best or safest way to do something. Please do your own research and take every precaution to be safe. Thank you.

4 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Paige

    Hi! I found your site searching for a Halloween countdown calendar. I really love your printable lunch box notes! I’d really like to use them to create a tear-away countdown to Halloween on my Halloween bulletin board at work but the formatting for your images isn’t coming through when I click your link to download the printable adobe document. 🙁 Instead of your nice graphics, it’s just inserting random letters. I’ve tried on a few different computers now and keep getting the same result.

  2. Stella Bowman

    I have recently found small holes in the front of a few of my t-shirts. I know it is nothing I have done. I am wondering if moths have done it. The holes look like they are moth eaten. However, I cannot pin it to a particular closet or drawer. I am completely baffled by this. It is very perplexing as all the clothes aret brand new. I will try your solution and see how it looks. I have been wondering what to do. My holes look just like the ones in your t-shirt. The weird thing is
    it is always in the lower front of the t-shirt and either 2 or 3 small holes.

    1. annisa Post author

      That is strange. I’m guessing it’s probably a moth having a little feast on your clothes! The other idea could be that something on your seatbelt or jacket is rubbing on your clothes and making the holes. If you do use the Liquid Stitch, just use a gentle hand and minimal amount to start – especially since you have more than one hole and they are in a more prominent location.


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