Here’s some goodies for knitters and lovers of yarn! Grab em in my shop.
I adore old school horror movies, especially creature features. Check out some of these cool fridge magnets.
I made a Fire Bannon button at the beginning of last week, and he was fired by the end of the week! Button Power! Get you own for posterity.
Here’s a few book themed buttons that are up in my shop, check them out!
Putting together the first issue of Dross, my experimental zine – 16 pages 1/4 size. Here’s a few sample pages. Email me if you want to trade! Kelly@pounddesigns.com
Rectangle fridge magnets are going up in the shop, check them out!
I haven’t blogged in quite a while, but I’m back to it. My small button business literally took off overnight. For reals – I made a Nasty Woman button during the presidential debate, went to bed and when I woke up it was madness! I couldn’t keep anything in stock, I was up all night making buttons and shipping orders. It took me some time to get the hang of it, but now I’m all good!
I have a large inventory of political, feminist, science and other activism designs available now in my Etsy shop – PlushBot Design Co. Designs are available on 1.25 & 2.25 inch buttons, 1.25 & 2.25 inch round fridge magnets and 2×3 inch rectangle fridge magnet. Use coupon code FREESHIP to get free shipping on orders of $10 or more.
The adult coloring page phenomenon sure has taken off! Of course, anyone can color these images – not just adults. I think using the term adult coloring book or page gives us permission to have some fun and color! Whenever I go to my local art store the shelves are full of coloring books targeted at grownups. I though it would be fun to transform some of my designs into coloring pages! Download and print a copy of the Underwater Robot Coloring Page, grab your pencils or markers and go for it!
Here’s a little sneak peek of my newest abstract painting – Serpent. It’s still a work in progress and while I know the general direction I’m going with it I’m still waiting for a bit more inspiration. That usually happens when I’m sitting at my painting table and working. I find that I can’t wait for inspiration to strike, I just have to sit down and work at it. Abstract painting is different from realism in that way.