Another new holiday item in the shop this week – a printable elf paper doll set. This little girl comes with several mix-and-match outfits, as well as a sheet of do-it-yourself patterns so you can design your own fashionably festive wardrobe. Shed make a great stocking stuffer and holiday activity for the kids! You’ll find her in the Print-a-Doodles section of the shop.
Eneida from Mason Girl Cupcakes is one of my “regulars,” and she was kind enough to send me a sweet thank-you gift in the mail the other day. But what was really exciting to me was the inclusion of stickers, postcards, brochures and business cards made from some of the designs I’ve done. It’s so rewarding to see the work in print. A digital file is all well and good, but I don’t often get to see how the finished product comes together, so this was a real treat. Thank you, Eneida!
So, I enjoyed working on the “rescue” poster so much, I thought I’d try a similar illustration with a train. I like using basic shapes and colors to create a simple, yet bold design, and it’s a challenge to get the point across without cluttering up the illustration with too much detail. I’m not quite there with this one… the colors need work, but otherwise I think it will make a nice addition to the shop. I don’t know whether it will be a print or a print-a-doodle yet.