I've been in an artsy mood lately. I had some unexpected free time a couple weeks ago and having a pen and paper with me, decided to start doodling. Well, within the next week I had come up with two pretty awesome black and white doodle sheets. One of my
I was browsing Etsy a while ago, looking for a birthday present for my brother and came across a poster of New York being attacked by Star Wars ships. It was really cool and I thought "I could do this!" I knew my brother would prefer the Chicago skyline though.
Here's a fun little St. Patrick's Day card that I designed way back in 2005. I was still learning how to use Photoshop and learning how to incorporate my art into the digital world. I was quite pleased with my design back then and I still think it's quite fun
While trying to decide what freebie to give away for Valentine's I came across some cards I made for my cute nephews. I knew that hearts and flowers were really not their style. I found these ducks and gummy bears and knew they'd be just the ticket for them. No
I've organizing my designs lately which, I might add, I've really enjoyed. It's fun to see my style emerge and change. As I as looking through my designs I came across this little visiting teaching gem that I made for Relief Society several years back. We printed them off on
I just realized that I hadn't put up a freebie for the month of January. How could I have forgotten!?! This is a revamped version of a greeting card that I designed back in 2005. Oh, what I've learned since then. I really quite like this one, with the little
I haven't written a post in a while and thought, to make up for it, I'd have a freebie post. It's actually my first printable freebie, so I'm pretty excited to see how it goes. As you know, or not, I designed these fun quote pictures from Jane Austen's Pride