When I was a kid, finding easter eggs that my parents had hidden in our back yard was one of the highlights of my year. Not to mention the painting the eggs before or afterwards. Because I love bringing out the child in me (and others) I designed this DIY (with free printable!) to make your own stylish bag to collect all the eggs in you found during the egghunt. Ready? Let’s go! More after the jump.
There’s nothing like that ‘monday feeling’ if you ask me. The feeling that anything can still happen for the week. The feeling of making a fresh start. I love it! I’m about to start another week of fun, including a new guest post for Team Confetti (all easter-ish) and I’ll start working on a new product. What are you up to this week?
Can you believe it’s monday again? Time sure flies when you’re having fun! And fun is something I definitely had this weekend, as I attended Creative Life: an event full of workshops, pretty stalls and creative seminars. It was great to meet so many of you lovely people. Being there gave me a real energy boost, so I’m totally up for the new week. I’ll be doing some work, but I also have a few meetings regarding wedding planning on my schedule, so that should be very exciting too! What are you up to?
Although I spend a lot of my working hours in my home office, I do tend to leave the house often for business meetings or whenever I decide to do some work in a different environment, like a cute coffeehouse. And when I’m on one of those little ‘business trips’ I tend to take a lot of stuff with me. Today I’m giving you the chance to peek into my bag whenever I’m on the road for work in this ‘What’s in my bag: the illustrator edition’. More after the jump!
Happy Monday everyone. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and that you had the chance to properly recharge for the week ahead. I don’t know what you will be up to, but I’ll be busy prepping for the Creative Life tradeshow this weekend. But I won’t leave you without a fresh dose of inspiration to start the week off with. Enjoy!
It was time for something new. I had a feeling that the way I pack my orders has been looking the same for years, so I decided to throw something new in the mix. I designed this postage stamp sticker for my larger envelopes and boxes. More after the jump!