Luxxie Boston is a new online retailer of woman's foundation wear. They sell slips. But these aren't your grandmother's slips. They're gorgeous. The owner, Stefanie, contacted me through my Etsy shop, interested in my boxes. After receiving this sample box, Stefanie ordered 200 ... Read More about Boxes for Luxxie Boston
Back in May I was contacted by a friendly guy named Chaz who wanted me to make a cake. His friend Shelby was having a birthday and since he couldn't be there, why not send a cake in his place? We worked together to design a flat 3-tier cake to surprise Shelby on her birthday. The cake is 4 layers ... Read More about This cake tastes like cardboard.
My husband works for Knox Area Rescue Ministries (KARM) and their accompanying Thrift Stores. I do graphic design work for them and this time, my graphics past met up with my cardboard present. I was tasked with cutting 4.5 ft. letters from double-wall cardboard. The monster-sized sheets I worked ... Read More about Big letters. I mean, really BIG
Here's a peak behind the curtain at my little cardboard world.Charley the Laser lives in my garage. I use the crates it was shipped in as a work table. After I cut the designs on the laser, I take them down to my basement. I do all my peeling, painting and packaging on ... Read More about Workspace
June was CRAZY BUSY! In a good way. The best possible way. I had probably my best month to date. You saw a little bit of what I produced in my last post. Here's the rest of it.Here are the Hobbit Houses in-place at Concord Quest. I like what they did to decorate the walls and floor around ... Read More about June Wrap-up