Monday, December 17, 2012

Magic Trees or How to begin with something...

... and end up with a totally different thing. :) Well, here is how it was for me...

If you've read my previous post, you probably saw that fabric design which I was asking you to vote for (by the way, did you? :P). Well, have you seen those candies? I made them especially for that particular design in the first place. But a couple of days before, I found another use for those candies: trees! How? Like these:

If you like them, here it is where you can find them for now:



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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Vote if you like, please :)

I entred in the Spoonflower weekly contest with this fabric design. If you like it, please be so kind and vote for it. You have to look for it in here, under the "Sweets (scattered)" Contest: Thank you very much for your support :)

Sweets & Candies

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Monday, December 3, 2012

A Cute Christmas Selection

This is a cute holiday selection of cards, inspired by Pica, our magpie, wich was the funniest "pet" I ever had. I'll always remember her tricks and all the silly things she used to do. I hope you'll have fun seeing this designs as well :)

Christmas and Seasonal Greeting Cards & Postcards - Customizable

Christmas Dinner & Party Invitations - Customizable

This designs are available as simple cards & postcards on Redbubble here:

In the end, this was Pica, my inspiration:

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Sunday, December 2, 2012

No designs tonight! Just the story of my little horse

Ok, I know, I mostly used this space for promoting my work, but now I want to share with you the story of my horse. Yes, maybe you already saw in my profile, I have a horse. But it's not just a horse for me. It's my baby. The third daughter. Jasmine.

I always loved horses, actually I think I was born with this love for horses, and it's an addiction, really, horse people surely understand this :) So, the story begins 2 years ago, when I heard at news on TV that a person (no name), owner of many horses, left them to starve in a stable near Bucharest.

To make this shorter, I'll let the photos talk for themselves.

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