Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Hand lettering

A bit of hand-lettering I completed for a client.
Do you mind my sharing?
Because I seriously LOVE this sort of doing. Chick-a-dees, this is something I could do ALL day. Hunching over a table with a ruler and eraser, pencil smudges all over my hands.

Who am I kidding? I can't do this alone...
There would also be a large, flavored coffee on that table :D


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    1. if you ever feel inclined to do "tune my heart" (from "come thou fount") - i would take the design straight to the tattoo shop and have them put it on me immediately! :-)

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      if you ever feel inclined to do "tune my heart" from "come thou fount" - i would take the design straight to the tattoo shop and have them put it on me!!

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    3. ohmigosh. creating a tattoo would be one of the most incredible things ever. We need to chat.

      PS - that's my favorite hymn. so, so good!

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  2. No wonder you haven't posted in a while you are being very creative, i love it.

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  3. No wonder you haven't posted in a while you have been very creative, I love it!

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  4. This is amazing! I wish I could do this! Will surely be showing this to Lamar :) We're going to be seriously starting the wedding planning in June & I havent forgotten about your awesome design abilities :)

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    1. Yes! Do keep me in mind! Karen (of http://ourtalltalesthirteen.blogspot.com/) let me do her wedding announcement design. She is in the process of getting them printed. This part always makes me a tad nervous since things look so different in print than on the screen BUT I can't wait to see, and hopefully share, how they turned out.
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  5. Lovely! Truly truly beautiful! I love when people have talents like this because I really do not. Go girl!

    Poppie
    http://thepoppie.com

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  6. Do you ever do custom work like this? I've looked all over for this type of art featuring 2 Peter 1:5-10, but to no avail. I also love the style of your July calendar page!

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  7. Do you ever do custom work? I've looked all over the place for art like this featuring 2 Peter 1:5-10, but to no avail. I also love the style of your July calendar page!

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