New in the shop: a funny way to ask “will you be my bridesmaid”? Designed for slightly cheeky brides-to-be.
Another new Valentine’s Day card in the shop. Because stick figures want to grow old together, too.
New in the shop: a non-heteronormative valentine card series, which I’ve been meaning to create for awhile now. After the surprise success of my “I Like Your Face” card, I decided to try my hand at some more stick figure designs. This particular one is fully customizable for gay, lesbian, and straight relationships, and you can choose to have your conversation heart say either “Be Mine” (classic) or “Hug Me” (my personal favorite).
A new Valentine’s Day card has been added to the shop! Yup, I’ve finally emerged from my post-holiday lethargy. More cards to come!
The past couple days here have been unusually…well, November-y. It’s been getting dark earlier, and it’s actually been a little chilly. Yesterday, it even rained.
While I do appreciate that LA is doing an impression of the whole changing seasons thing, today I want to share a holiday card inspired by its normal sunny self:
The funny thing about blogging is that it’s somehow a lot easier to blog three times a week than it is to blog once a week. It’s probably because when you tell yourself you’re going to do it three times a week and you don’t touch your blog for a whole week, you realize you’re already three posts behind. And so you scramble to make up for it. But when you tell yourself you’re going to do it once a week and you don’t…well, technically you’ve only missed one post. So it takes you three weeks to get into “yikes I’m three posts behind” mode. Or, if you’re like me, it takes you a month.
But…I’m back now. So let’s have a catch-up lunch, blogger version! Here are some things I’ve accomplished in the past few weeks:
1. Illustrated Thanksgivukkah e-cards for JewishBoston.com. I loved working on these! Check them out on ThanksgivukkahBoston.com.