Yes, it’s true. In fact, I love everything about the owner of these mugs’ style: see the full monty on Design Sponge.
(Speaking of collections, I’ve decided to jump into Tumblr to learn another blog platform, so I’m moving my postcard collection to a new, improved, dedicated postcard blog. Check out the new site and let me know what you think. I’ll promote it more soon once I get a few more posts going.)
(1 source unknown; 2 via Hyperbole and a Half)
A quilt my mom gave me (was one of her and my dad’s wedding gifts), owl magnets, Bunny Suicides postcard calendar, package/stickers/yarn beard from I Made You a Beard
The internet is begging me to make paper leaves…
found on Color Collective, via OWEN GILDERSLEEVE for POOGLA via DEBI VAN ZYL
found on Design Sponge
Just in time for the holidays and Riverside Studios’ first Friday art opening tonight, I dropped off a new batch of my cards last night. Look for my handcarved and printed penguins, snowflakes, cactuses, cows and Tahoe postcards when you stop in next. weeee!
My mailbox has been full of fun this month! Exhibit A was a surprise pregnancy announcement from my great friend in North Carolina, and Exhibit B is above: an amazing stack of French Paper samples. Can’t wait to pick out my colors and weights and get printing for the holidays! Not only are the samples ridiculously good-looking, but they came packaged with a dinosaur figurine. As you can see, the little guy in a ribbon scarf fits right in at my house.
I owe many thanks to Michelle Murdock of Quail Lane Press for clueing me in to French Paper’s amazing-ness. Check out my profile of Michelle and her little press in Moonshine Ink‘s November edition on stands in Truckee/North Tahoe now, or online (link to come soon — they must be slacking this month). I am loving her work… in fact, I took home “Carabiners” from our interview, and have some 5 other QLP prints on my wish list.
An Etsy custom order I did for a Canadian wedding a month or so ago. Just now posting it; yep, it’s been a little hectic around here!
Hop over to my Etsy shop today for an exciting new listing: custom rubber stamps!
Inspired by my recent commission for my friend Olivia, I decided to make these available for all! Olivia came to me a few weeks ago in need of 3 wedding gifts. I carved out stamps for each couple, then Chris made these super fabulous redwood toppers for the rubber. exciting…
I broke out the blocks again for a little carving thanks to a commission from my friend Jackie. She requested a stamp of her initials so I made a set of all three letters, then a larger “j.” Pretty fun…
I’m Mexico bound, heading to Tulum tomorrow for a friend’s wedding. Actually, I’ll be officiating the ceremony so let’s hope I pull this off! I leave you with the scrap stampings (was just testing out some ink colors here) from my last craft project: a personalized stamp for Victoria with her new last name.
And just to make you jealous, here’s where I’ll be soon (photo by Photopia):