I took a few minutes to work on a simple Christmas card design for our family–with a focus on showing off the babes, of course. Now let’s see if I actually work up the ambition to get them sent out before the holiday!
I’ve had inquiries about custom work from a couple of my best customers since I had Gwen, and I thought I should make a shop announcement: I’m not currently taking custom orders. Between family and work, my free time is limited, and I’m currently focused on WordPress theme design and development and getting my fat butt into some semblance of shape.
So I apologize, particularly to my regulars–ya’ll are awesome and I very much appreciate your continued support over the last few years. I’ll make another announcement when I’m accepting custom orders again.
Hey, look! My Calobee Doodles website design won a free WordPress shirt from wpshirts.com for its creativity in design and use of WordPress. Pardon my geek-ness for a moment, but for those of you who love WordPress as much as I do, WPShirts is all about showing the love–literally. I will wear my new “Powered by WP” shirt with pride.
Speaking of the website, I decided it was time to swap over to the new website design for snow season. It’s beginning to look a lot like winter here! Brrr!
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!