Saturday, May 31, 2008

odd bird planet

From whimsy to even more whimsical!
Curious?! Click on the picture below.


Here's Alma riding in a carriage.
She's stopping by to say "hello!"
And here's a close up of Alma!

all justjohanna odd bird planet stamps:
Alma Big, orange carriage & hallo sentiment

Sunday, May 25, 2008

justjohanna design team

Congratulations to the justjohanna design team! There are quite a few new designers on the team. Can't wait to see all of your creative works!

Miho Miyagawa
Kim Schofield - Design Team Manager

big Al & little Al

With Father's Day around the corner, I wanted to create a masculine card.
Here's what I came up with using justjohanna stamps.
justjohanna stamps:
big al, little al & debbie's frame

Monday, May 19, 2008

daisy d's Wonder Years

I used daisy d's Wonder Years sticker collection with justjohanna's stamps.

The stickers were funky, whimsy and fun!
The Wonder Years collection is designed by Stephanie.
Take a look at Stephanie's blog.

I loved the colors and patterns of her designs!

Sunday, May 11, 2008

My Etsy Store

I opened my Etsy store at the beginning of this year, 2inspire designs. Since then, my work has been featured on blogs and The Storque, a series of articles featuring Etsy sellers and events.

Rebecca, with MoonTree Press, wrote a Storque article, as part of Etsy's Handmade Wedding Series, in which she featured my handwriting services. MoonTree Press is a letterpress store offering one of a kind, limited edition designs. Check out Rebecca's blog, Etsy Handmade Wedding, where she also featured my work.

Jenny, This Humble Abode, featured my cards on her blog. Thank you, Jenny!

It was great working with Tara! She featured my work a couple of times on her blog, In This Instance. I provide free samples of my handwriting to customers considering my services. This way, the bride-to-be can see exactly what her guests will see when they receive their invitations in the mail. Here's Tara post featuring my samples on her blog. If you're a bride-to-be, check out Tara's blog. Her blog has tons of inspiration and ideas for planning your wedding.

Recently, I had the opportunity to meet with other San Francisco Etsy sellers and Beth, who works at Etsy.
To read Beth's Storque article about her visit to San Francisco, click here.

Picture: bethela (Beth), oishiiknits (Erika), bemidesigns (Christie), handcranked (Robyn), curbsidetreasure (Annie), theseawithin (Nadine), 2inspire (Eleanor), localcolorist (Nancy)

Thanks for stopping by. Be twinspired!