Mar 31, 2010
I've been working on new things for the Etsy shop DigitalAntiques, and some custom graphics and blog designs.
I've made a new set of tags, based on Vintage Post Card backs. I love the typography from that era! I even made some "faux" postage stamps to go with these tags, which should be fun for backgrounds as well.
I've also made a new Digital Image Sheet, called "Adelaide", a nostalgic, little, Victorian girl, perfect for altered art, ACEO's, cards, collages, etc.
If you haven't found Diane Knott's Musings yet, you're missing some beautiful and inspiring work. Besides being an amazing watercolorist, she makes beautiful tags and cards, and is very generous about sharing techniques and tips. Look at this butterfly!
I'm hoping to have some little tutorials ready before too long. If I could just get the Dog to be a bit more help.
Mar 14, 2010
Although we still don't have real Spring here yet - no daffodils, no Forsythia, nothing blossoming - we do have something that looks suspiciously like grass, struggling up through the mud. I'll look at it as hope on the horizon, which I can't see because of the rain.
It's time to update on TDIPT Mercantile, and I have some fun new pieces up for grabs this month.
Primitive Pears Cupboard Tucks, made using Antique botanical illustrations.
Alice in Wonderland Primitive Tucks - This is a one of a kind set, so if you like them, don't hesitate.
A fun set of Antique Teapot Cupboard Tucks. I am loving anything with letters or numbers on it these days. How about you?
If you do stop by the TDIPT Mercantile Website, don't forget to enter the drawing for one of the wonderful birthday gifts, donated by the TDIPT artists.
Have a great week, and thanks for stopping by to visit, from the Dog and me.