About Me + Contact

Hello and welcome to Delineate Your Dwelling!

I’m Amy Weir.  I started this blog in May of 2013 because love being able to create.  I believe we are made to live creative lives (whether in big or small ways) and I want to be able to share that excitement with others.  I think that anyone can be creative, sometimes you just need a little inspiration, a good tutorial and a small push in the right direction.

I am drawn to simple graphic patterns and cheerful colors.  I love bringing natural elements with a modern twist into my home.  I would move into West Elm in a heart beat if they would let me!

I went to college at Purdue University and practiced Landscape Architecture for eight wonderful years.  I’m now a mama to two kiddos and stay at home.  My creative juices did not stop just because I was not sitting in a design office.  In fact they are on, in full force.  I started by creating small graphic prints and invitations for my online Delineate Paper Etsy Shop.  So there I was, a stay at home mom, with more creative ideas than I literally had time for!Delineate Etsy ShopI slowly realized I wanted to share the creative process with people rather than just giving them a completed product.  It is truly my greatest joy when friends and readers share projects they’ve made or been inspired to create.

I love this Nate Berkus quote, “There should be items in your home that sing a little song to you when you walk by.

Whether it’s a favorite family photo, artwork that speaks to your heart or a recent DIY, be sure to fill your home with YOU.  There is no one just like you, let your home embrace that!  Come along on this journey with me, as we all create together!

Want to check out a few of my favorite CRAFT posts:

A few of my favorite ORGANIZING posts:

A few of my favorite FREEBIE posts:

A few of my favorite FOOD posts:

A few of my favorite PARTY posts:

Or if you are looking to partner or work together, stop by my Collaborate page for more information.

You can email me at amy<at>delineateyourdwelling(dot) com


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This was a great year, see some of the places my projects have been featured!

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18 thoughts on “About Me + Contact

  1. Thank you for the immediate reply.
    There was no reply even if you register from this sign up page.
    “https://www.delineateyourdwelling.com/signup-for- newsletter”
    I did not reach the spam holder.

  2. I have registered to the newsletter again and again, but the reply from your site “delineateyourdwelling.com” did not come. It did not reach the spam holder. How can I register?

    1. Yukari: I’m so sorry to hear you are having trouble. I just checked and it doesn’t look like you’ve been able to successfully sign up yet, that’s why you’ve not received the confirmation email yet. Are you signing up here?

  3. I have signed up for the newsletter & activated . I’m having trouble finding where to print the 2018 calendar. It wants me to join newsletter again.

    1. Hi Paula! Thank you so much for signing up to get the 2018 calendar. I just looked and it appears you haven’t “confirmed” the newsletter subscription yet. You should have received an email immediately after signing up that asked for you to click “confirm”. It might be in your spam or junk folder. Let me know if you don’t see it and I’ll see what I can do! 😉

  4. Hi Amy 🙂 just subscribed to your blog, but did not receive an email. Would you please be so kind and help me, as I would like to use your chore chart and calendar.

    Thank you

  5. Amy! Your blog is beautiful! You’re so talented. I’m definitely going to be using some of these ideas at home and in my classroom. ❤️

  6. I just found your blog while looking at closet craft rooms on Pinterest (that’s my next big project) and I think I’m in LOVE! I’m a crafty, stay at home mother of two and I’m in the process of trying to organize our home and life in general. I started on the Konmari movement, but it’s a little more difficult with two little ones at home. Crafting is my “happy place”. As I always like to say, “I love any excuse to get my craft on”. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us in the virtual world!

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