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Apr 26, 2011
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I'm in transition. Lying dormant until something blooms. I needed this. Maybe you do too. Found via the amazing ladies at http://arrowandarrow.com from the most recent issue of http://refueledmag.blogspot.com/ Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2010 at Round Robin Press
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Mar 15, 2010
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A lovely collaborative design project with Matt. Go Matt!! Super fantastic photos by Katherine O'brien. Be sure to check out this cd. Matt the Electrician Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2010 at Round Robin Press
The Tree's Knees! 6"x6" cake available in the shop. Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2010 at Round Robin Press
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Just now getting around to photographing the new cakes I did last month. This wee cake (encaustic assemblage of paper,ink, and wax on wood) is a limited edition of 12 - available in my shop! 6"x6" in size and ready to be hung! Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2010 at Round Robin Press
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A recent save the date I designed and printed for Sarah and Jim and their lucky guests who get to cozy up in wall tents around the campfire for this Jackson, Wyoming wedding! Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2010 at Round Robin Press
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These shirts crack me up! Aren't we all a little dinghy? Printed these up with my friend Andrea for the Blue Genie show. Thank you Andrea!!! Available in American Apparel Classic Girl - medium and large sizes in my etsy shop or if you're in Austin, at Parts and Labour. Continue reading
Posted Dec 10, 2009 at Round Robin Press
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Blue Genie opens today in Lincoln Village. My booth is finally set up and ready to go! Cakes, letterpress prints, cards, and a super fun and funny t-shirt waiting for you there. Come out and support your local artists for the holidays. Too many great artists and gift ideas to mention, come see for yourself. Below, a new cake available at Blue Genie. I'm smitten with the tree's knees! click here for a map. Continue reading
Posted Dec 3, 2009 at Round Robin Press
From a recent camping trip. Two little buds. What's better than a friend with an oar? We all need one along the way. Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2009 at Round Robin Press
Me Likey - pretty. Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2009 at Round Robin Press
Another economy saving revamp! Available in my shop and is headed out to stores. Please call first to make sure a store near you is stocked!. Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2009 at Round Robin Press
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Don't miss this yearly opportunity to support one of our best art galleries - Women And Their Work! Above is my donation titled I'll take care of you. "Join us for hot deals on art and jam on the glam at Women & Their Work. Tickets are $75 and available online. You'll find more than 200 paintings, sculptures, drawings, photos and mixed media works by some of Texas' finest artists, all for $500 or less. Silent auction items and services range from groovy gift certificates to art inspired travel packages. There will be Latin American cuisine from El Sol y... Continue reading
Posted Sep 14, 2009 at Round Robin Press
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My dear, dear, mama-sister-girlfriend's book is out! All The World by Liz Garton Scanlon is a children's picture book you must own. It is the world we all want to give our children wrapped up in an amazingly illustrated book to behold - to read again and again and cherish as a classic. Visit Liz's site to learn more about the book and find out where to buy it. I am also proud to have designed Liz's new site - sweet, simple, and full of the stuff that's most important - Liz's work. Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2009 at Round Robin Press
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You know it's bad when your blog account welcomes you back. The next few posts will attempt to catch you up. Above is a wedding I did over the summer. This project was such a delight - with all the freedom a designer could ask for. The shell was printed by Deborah, a friend and artist of the bride and groom living in New Zealand, her work is fantastic - check out her work here. The invite was my attempt to collaborate with Deborah's design and Tasha and Locky's vision. Something tells me this wedding will be one to be... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2009 at Round Robin Press