Lately, I've been busily preparing for the National Stationery Show in New York in a few weeks, so I thought I'd share some of my process with all of you today.
One of my big goals for the show is to update my greeting card line (which is the main focus of the stationery show, of course) to include cards with messages on the front. Since I already have a ton of illustrations to choose from, and I really love hand lettering, I'm adding hand-lettered messages to my existing artwork.
Every time I do an in-person art event, I get a lot of requests for dog art. I do really love dogs, but I just hadn't felt inspired to draw one yet. That is until I received a request for a Great Dane dogicorn. How could I resist?
I'm still working on coloring this guy in, but you folks can give it a whirl, too, while I work on it.
I'm really excited to bring back my popular Catnaps embroidery pattern, with an all-new addition to the designs. The new patterns are available as iron-on patterns or PDFs, but the entire collection wouldn't fit onto a single iron-on transfer.
Since I couldn't just turn my back on the two kitties that didn't make the cut, I decided to share them here, as a free PDF embroidery pattern.
I'm gearing up to take part in Inktober again this year, and I was looking over some of my pieces from last year to see what sort of inking techniques I want to explore this year. I have a bit of a different goal for Inktober this year, and I'm excited to share that goal on Instagram soon. But in the meantime, I wanted to share a coloring page from last year's collection, and so I present this little levitating witch. Files:• Download the Levitation coloring page here (PDF) - prints on 8.5" x 11" paper• Use regular printer paper or cardstock. You can...