My feet have a lot to be thankful for.
Posts Tagged ‘thank you’
In keeping with our New York-themed wedding, I’d collected 130+ metro cards to use as tags on our gift bags.
I picked up some avery labels with the closest dimension to the metro card and then trimmed them to fit to stick our thank you message on their backs.
After all the labels were affixed, I decided to carve a stamp because they needed some more color. Here are my supplies and template:
Here’s the completed stamp.
And here’s a fully constructed gift bag!
After the successful reception of my first toes illustration (see below), I decided to make another.
The toe-card might have an esoteric market but I think it’ll be a fun one. Here’s the new picture.
Today is the blog’s first birthday and what a great year it’s been!
When I started this blog my posts were just lists of whatever I’d done that day and were suuuuper boring (that’s why they’ve all been deleted folks, nothing but quality entertainment here).
Since ‘create’s inception I’ve published 76 posts, gained 12 subscribers (some without even twisting their arm!) and a steadily growing number of average daily hits. I feel like a million bucks!
With that said, here’s to another great year of posts, projects and all things art, thanks for your support!
Today is day two of ceremoniously removing all images of my art from Facebook and putting them here. For full details on why I’m doing this, please read this.
I made this card for my boss at the photography studio I manage. Last summer she was horrified to find out that I’d never had a pedicure before and believe it or not, sent me immediately, while at work, to go have my first one. Best boss ever.
Two down, five more images to go…
**THIS IMAGE** is available to order in card form, as prints or on aprons. Please send inquiries to catbee643 (at) gmail.com.
My new thank you cards arrived yesterday!
I immediately got busy writing some thank you’s to family for my lovely birthday gifts. :)
ps. sorry about the weirdly grainy photos. I’m still learning how to use my digital camera the ‘right’ way and I’ve been mucking around with the ISO.