Thursday, April 7, 2016

New Shop Look, New Shop Stuff

My Etsy shop offers wonderful printable art to help you make incredible crafts. Come see what's new.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Deb,
    This is the first time I looked at your blog. I wanted to ask you a question. I recently bought several of your designs, as I used to a couple years ago. I too have taken some time off to be sick and now am trying to get better. I find doing art work helps a lot. This summer my oldest child, a daughter got married and because of your downloads, I made the most beautiful (I was told countless times) cufflinks for my husband, the groom, the father of the groom and my two sons. In addition I did some resin work with your downloads and made some wonderful pendants on silver silver chain and gold filled chain for the not only the bridesmaids but also for the mother of the groom and some dear friends including the most outrageous, funny, spry 90 year. She couldn't stop telling everyone about the detail of the design, the color balance etc etc. She was a graduate of an art school many, many years ago. Now my favorite graphic artist, this is my question. I have ordered all the designs that allow in 25mm. However to fit some cufflinks and pendent bezels they need to be smaller.
    Some have to be 16mm, 18mm, 20mm and some even 8mm. For making inserts for journal work they can any size in between or even larger. What is the best way to go about calculating changing 25mm to any one of these other sizes? It's always been hit or miss for me. Now I have a new printer and haven't gotten or haven't remembered my tricks from before. Can you help?
    I have to tell you that your large format downloads that look Russian or Eastern European give me so much comfort. I searched for a children's fairytale book for 30years that helped me get through a wicked childhood. The artist that did the drawings was magical. Every one of them has a aura to them that your prints have too. I make some journals for myself and use your graphics on the outside and on the in to give me comfort. I want to thank you for that. I did find the book a couple of years ago. It seems Golden Book found it to and republished. It was without my favorite story but only one. There are actually two of them.
    In looking at your blog I saw some designs that I don't remember seeing in your collection. Some even said they were free of charge. I don't know how to access them. I love the stages of life and anything Russian. (If you did Irish fairy tales, I'd beat down a door.) Can you guide me on that too? My kids call me a techno-tard and it's not without good reason. Thank you Debbie. I look forward to hearing from you. I hope you enjoy your beautiful fall before your brutal winter. Always Neena