Redbubble has introduced a slew of new products in 2019 and among my favorites would have to be the new throw blankets. I love them. With allover full color printing and three sizes to choose from, these unique throw blankets make super cuddly gifts and are the perfect way to add a pop of fun to almost any room.
I am proud and so pleased to introduce Artfully Amazing Animals which is my first in a series of maze books for kids… and adults too!
This hand drawn book is filled with animal mazes for kids and their parents or any adult who is a kid at heart. There are spiders and bees, sharks and gold fish, beetles and bunnies, dinosaurs and even a unicorn; sometimes the animal is the actual maze while Continue reading
Pampas grass for weddings. It’s hot. This non-floral trend has been gaining admirers in past years and is now a favorite among brides looking beyond typical flower arrangements. From bridal bouquets to wedding arches and table decor, pampas grass is a beautiful alternative to the standard roses and such and is on trend for 2019. Continue reading
Easter. A time of Spring, pastel colors and delicate flowers. But for those people who aren’t into pastels and flowers, here are some Easter designs that are more neutral or on the other end of the spectrum, very brightly colored.
First up is a faux wood texture style Easter bunny and Easter eggs. Shown on a tote bag, an Easter brunch and egg hunt invitation and a paper plate, this Easter design Continue reading
My fifth coloring book, published this year, is Faith And Dreams: Weekly Inspiration And Scripture. Built on the foundations of my previous book Fanciful Garden: A Weekly Journal And Coloring Book, Faith And Dreams almost designed itself. I had created all the drawings for Fanciful Garden with journal writing and diary entries in mind. It was a new experience leaving blank space on my drawings and when I was done Continue reading
I am very proud of this new release “Fanciful Garden: A Weekly Journal And Coloring Book” which will appeal to teens, preteens and grownups alike. Designed with room on each page to write around and among the illustrations, perfect for creative journal writing or diary entries, there are also bonus pages with decorative borders for additional notes. Pure colorists can make use of that extra space to add their own details or create colorful and inventive background effects. Continue reading
The month of August has a definite smell to it… late summer mixed with a hint of fall and a dash of sweltering humidity,. It’s the kind of heat that when combined with a massive dew point is basically Mother Nature giving you a free steam bath and facial. Continue reading
Last night millions of Walking Dead Fans said a tearful and premature goodbye to Carl Grimes after eight years. RIP Carl. All I can say is God Forgive Gimple.
You, Scott Gimple, just changed The Walking Dead forever. Last night it lost it’s central theme of Hope, of Rick fighting to keep Carl safe, of every ounce of humanity that made the series so appealing to geeks like me in the very beginning. Since 10:00 pm October 31, 2010 I have been a passionate fan of this show – I have never missed a live airing of a new episode – but this morning I am sad and I am broken. Waiting for last night was like Continue reading
RIP Carl Grimes… even before it happens, in late February 2018 it seems, I am mourning the loss of The Walking Dead.
I know, I know, you hear it all the time from certain sections of the fanbase: “Bring back Beth or else!” and “If Darryl dies we riot and by riot we mean we will stop watching the show” and the age old standby, year after year, “start showing more zombies or Continue reading
It appears to be official. Morgan will be yanked from The Walking Dead and magically transplanted into the Fear The Walking Dead world. Why Scott Gimple, why?
Well, the only valid reason is Continue reading