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A little mid-week motivation to let you know if you are trying you are killing it, because showing up is half of that battle.
Last week we posted about working on Christmas wrapping paper for Minted, and this week we have two more holiday designs up for voting at Minted. One is more general use and one for Corporate use. We would appreciate your vote on both of these designs as we are new to the Minted Community. Happy holidays on both of these cards were custom lettering created by Lathe & Quill specifically for these cards. It is great to use my lettering passion on more than motivational posters for myself.
id you know that Christmas designs have to be worked on months in advance of the holiday season? It can be tricky to get into the holiday mood when it is hot and sunny out. I am so glad that I can turn on a Christmas movie on Netflix and turn up my holiday station on Pandora and get into the spirit of the season. We would appreciate your vote.
I went big and bold with a geometric pattern that I painted in India ink on Canson paper. It is easier for me to just use procreate on my iPad on the go or on the couch while the kids play, but it feels good to work with paper and a brush to create this bold black and white diamond pattern.
It is pretty obvious that I love florals, when I had to come up with a subject matter for the Spoonflower Paint by Number Design Challenge I knew right away it would flowers. I love making floral patterns because it always reminds me of my grandmother’s watercolor floral paintings. It reconnects me to her, just a little bit.
My family loooooves dinosaurs and space exploration and we have them all over the house. I revisited one of my favorite patterns of dinosaurs in space and gave it a lighter feel with two color palettes perfect for kids that love dinosaurs of either gender.
The first thing that came to mind when I read the Spoonflower Fitness design challenge was the song by Survivor “Eye of the Tiger”. I had a lot of fun making this pattern of tigers flowing into each other stripes using just negative space. Available in 5 color palettes at Society6, Redbubble, and Casetify.
My brother actually gave me the idea for this print—ramen noodles—in a joking text exchange. My husband’s favorite dish is a hot bowl of ramen noodles from a local noodle shop, so it was fun to photograph these noodles and add it to cool decor items like phone cases, bags, notebooks, pillowcases, and more. Available at Redbubble and Casetify.