Tattoo Fun!

Not long ago, I was given the ultimate complement by a mommy-friend of mine who asked me to design a tattoo that represented her love for her sweet baby boy.

She had some ideas of what she liked style-wise but definitely wanted a music staff with a note representing the first letter of her son’s name; A.

Her family has a German background so I decided to incorporate that into the German folk art-inspired flowers.

The final result for this excited mamma was beautiful thanks to tattoo Artist Meg at BUJU in San Diego.

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Update on Maternity Leave and other things…

Hey Guys!

Still on leave over here and not able to get back to emails or start new projects. I miss you guys, Little Hank is just a HUNGRY boy. Sheesh! If I am able to slither away from him more and more while he is sleeping the possibilities are endless!

Ok, maybe not endless but hopefully I will be able to slowly get back to designing….and bathing every day. 😉

LOOK AT THIS HAIR!!!

LOOK AT IT!

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(by the way, those are Ryan’s big fuzzy hands, not mine. lets be clear!)

In other news, I illustrated a book written by my good friend Alexis Wesley.

Check it out on Amazon!

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Old Photo Restoration

A while back, I carefully scanned and restored a ton of old pictures as a gift to my Nana for her birthday. I placed them on a disc with music and the family sat around while she got misty-eyed and told us who was in the photos. It was very cool.

This was one of the pictures of her mother.

It was a fun project. I like to leave a little bit of distress on the photos for the charm. But a blatant tear like this needed fixing.

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Breezy Reads

I recently learned the meaning of the word “sleuthing” when I was contacted by Breezy Reads to illustrate a custom design of these two silhouettes of their main girls, Zoey and Clair. They will be  gracing the covers of their future book series.

(c) Breezy Reads

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