Becca Stadtlander's work is so fun and beautiful. She has a very charming historic style and I would happily hang any of her pieces on my walls. Here are a few of my favorites. Be sure to check out her website and shop to see more of her work. And if you love reading artist interviews as much as I do check out the interview with her on Etsy.
|Design Nerd Flash Cards by Emma Cook|
I've been MIA for the past few days because my roommate from college came out to visit. I haven't seen her since Jake and I got married (over 2 years ago). Seeing her was long overdue. We managed to squeeze a lot of stuff into a short amount of time. Now back to work, but I think my long to-do list has just left me feeling lazy. You know when you have so much to do you don't know where to start so you just don't do anything? That's how I'm feeling today. Really it's just a bunch of little things so I should just suck it up and do it; or maybe I'll put it off a little longer and watch some HGTV first.
I saw this video today and since I'm not really feeling all that creative, I thought it was a good reminder on how to avoid getting burned out.
I don't usually show people what I'm working on before it's done, it makes be feel vulnerable. I'm sure some of you know what I'm talking about.
Today, I'm sucking it up and showing you what I've been working on in my free time. After I've gotten all caught up on client work I've been trying to squeeze in a few designs for myself. Please ignore the the messy art boards.
lately weekends have been the only times we have to get things done. So this Labor Day weekend we had was much needed around our house. It gave us time to check a few things off our to do list and squeeze in a little relaxing time together.
Our list of letterpress projects is starting to stack up so we managed to get one printed and ready to go this weekend.