I’ve been so busy with custom work this week, I almost didn’t get a chance to finish this in time. Here it is, if not a bit under the wire. What would be spookier–if a group of these rascals showed up at your doorstep on a dark night, or if they showed up AND you had no candy to offer? I shudder to think!
Speaking of spooky, don’t forget to get your free Halloween-themed desktop wallpaper here!
I don’t want to be one of those people who’s all about Christmas before we’ve even had a chance to put up the Halloween decorations… so I apologize in advance for this post, because that’s exactly what I’m about to do.
These cute holiday postcards are now available in the Calobee Doodles shop in sets of 5 or 10. I’m attempting to get a jump start on the season because last year was too crazy, and cards didn’t even get posted until late November. I’m hoping to add a few more designs to the mix a little later this year, so keep an eye out for those, too!
If you’re one of those who likes to be prepared, 1) I envy you and 2) stop by the Calobee Doodles shop to pick up a little holiday cheer!
My first idea for the numbers & fruits counting poster was intended to be numbers & candy, but somewhere along the line I decided fruits would be better suited to the design. The other night I thought I’d try going back to the original idea, and this came together quickly. This is the poster for those of you who’d prefer something sweet but a little more “refined.” 😉
This is one of those projects that started out as a quick doodle but turned into an 3-hour session, and now it’s available as a poster in the shop. I’m particularly fond of the little gummy bears… it was a toss-up between those and worms. I may have to try a less pastel version of this poster for the boys sometime soon.
Also, a HUGE “thank you” to Apartment Therapy for noting my “numbers and fruits” poster in this list of 10 great kitchen posters for under $50. I’m flattered to be included among so many talented designers.
New to the shop: Print-a-Doodles! Printable illustrations you can use for scrapbooking, buttons, magnets, party invitations, wall art, and more.
This is my first foray into selling digital products (that aren’t custom) and something of an experiment. I’ve purchased a few printable products on Etsy before with great success, so I thought, “Why not try downloadable doodles?”
I’ll be adding more of these to the newly minted Print-a-Doodles section of the shop over the next few days!