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Calobee Doodles on Society6!

In keeping with my tradition of having way too many websites, I’ve opened a new shop on Society6!

They have a wider selection of products than Redbubble, and some folks may prefer to shop there instead. I’m slowly adding more designs, so check it out if you have the chance!

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Black Friday / Cyber Monday Coupons

If you’ve been eyeing prints or printables at my Etsy shop, I have a couple coupons running:

  • $10 off $25+ with BLACKFRIDAY10
  • $20 off $50+ with BLACKFRIDAY20

These expire on Dec. 1, so get ’em while they’re hot. Happy holidays! 🙂

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long posters/banners in smaller sizes

Ice Cream Head Houses Sea woodlands creatures

Thanks to my awesome printing company, I am now able to offer some of your favorite long or banner prints in smaller sizes–8×24 and 10×30, to be exact. This means you can enjoy your favorite designs for less. I’ll be listing the new sizes in the Calobee Doodles shop over the next few days. Enjoy!

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new poster design: numbers & veggies

numbers & veggies

So after finishing numbers & fruits and numbers & candy, it was only a matter of time before I tried my hand at something healthier–vegetables!

Once again, I spent a long time deliberating exactly which veggies would make the cut (teehee.) Potatoes and onions fell by the wayside; the former were not visually stunning (although they’re one of my favorite foods) and my drawings of the latter were barely decipherable. Summer squash was a close second to pumpkins, but pumpkins won out for being more easily identifiable. I fussed over the cabbages in row 5 for a long time, and I’m still not certain they won’t be mistaken for Brussels sprouts, but hey, what can you do? And yes, I realize tomatoes are technically a fruit, not a veggie. Just play along. There’s a reason I’m not a scientific illustrator. 😉

You’ll soon find this poster in the Calobee Doodles shop!