Posted in February 2011

The Graduate

Every year, rounds of graduations begin…  When I think of a graduation, I think of  milestones in life.  Sure we accomplish things everyday, but this takes 12 years (for High School), and another 4 or so for college!  So for all the graduation celebrations, dinners, parties, BBQ’s, fiestas and what have you, make sure you give … Continue reading

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This is how we roll.

To celebrate my future sister-in-law Kimmy Anne’s 25th birthday, we went to a sushi restaurante called Kome.  This place was packed!  We were just lucky to get a reservation on Saturday night.  After tuna, salmon, topeko, unagi, dragon roll, Kome roll and some others, it was dessert time.  I gave Kimmy her card, which was quite … Continue reading

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Pink Daisy Darling

Being stuck in this winter blues, I find it only appropriate to brighten up the mood with a fun colorful card!  I created this next card for my friend Sarah.  She loves bright colors and having a tan! In the summer she travels to the beach every weekend to enjoy some fun in the sun … Continue reading

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Scarves, Boots & Purses Oh My!

Happy Birthday to all those Fashionistas out there! My friend, Steph, love fashion, zebra print and the color red combined together, so for one of her birthday cards, I created this super cool card below!  I cut out the shapes of a scarf, boot and purse for the front.  Not realizing that I didn’t have any … Continue reading

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Love Birds

May 2nd each year is my fiance and me’s anniversary.  Typically, I always remember and make a card.  The card from last year for our 8th anniversary had to have been one of my favorites.  I based my idea off of a tattoo type sketch.  If I had the time, I would love to tattoo people!  … Continue reading

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Nice Rack!

It’s a ten pointer!  My fiance is probably the most die hard hunter you will ever meet.  So for his 27th birthday card, I drew him up a pretty nice rack of a European mount deer head.  Just lovely!  I have some models of the deer heads around my house to sketch off of, thankfully.  I … Continue reading

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