Today is my birthday, the big three-oh, and I thought it was only appropriate that I finished this poster last night — what’s a birthday without ice cream? This goes really well with the cupcakes poster I mentioned earlier, too. It’s available in small and large sizes in my Etsy shop!
I’ve been meaning to make these cameras into prints since I originally drew them for my Vintage Camera WordPress theme, and finally got around to doing so last week. They’re square prints in multiple sizes — 5×5, 10×10, or 12×12 inches. You can find them in my Etsy shop!
So versatile, and quite trendy as a home decor item right now, a series of canning jars in different states of use — just playing with variations on a theme. I like how this came together. It’s also available in the Calobee Doodles Etsy shop as a print!
One of the things I want to work on this year is doodling more, just for fun, so hopefully you’ll see more and more new things popping up here! I made this little cupcakes poster over the weekend, and you can find it (along with a bunch of other new prints) in my Etsy shop.
(I got so caught up in the holiday that I completely forgot to post this earlier! Oh well. It’s still seasonally-appropriate, and better late than never!)
One of the great things about putting my work out there is when someone stumbles upon it seemingly at random and has an idea for a new and creative way to use it. I was pleasantly surprised when Caron from Green Imaginations, a new printing company based in Portland, Oregon contacted me about creating some custom window clings from my snowflakes desktop wallpaper in exchange for a couple sets of the clings. I’m pretty picky about trades, but this was a no-brainer–I’d even been musing the other day about how my windows needed a little extra holiday pizzaz. I got the clings just before Christmas and immediately put them to work–and I love them! And I’m highly impressed by how well their equipment preserved the intricacy of the designs (my photos don’t do them justice.) Now I’m seriously considering creating a few sets of window cling doodles for different holidays and offering them in the shop next year. Thanks again, Caron!