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Everything Music

Sunday, February 21st, 2016

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It’s early Sunday afternoon and I’m fighting a bit of a “musical hangover”. This type of hangover doesn’t come with a pounding headache or numerous trips to the bathroom (I know, a lovely analogy for an opening paragraph) but instead with snippits of various songs running through my head and thoughts of sheer disbelief. How is it possible that two small communities have produced so many talented kids?

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The Knotty Bobbin

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Several months ago I was asked by Cindy Erb, a local hometown entrepreneur, if I would design a logo for her new business. She is a seamstress extraordinaire and has started sewing the cutest bags and purses. She also came up with the cutest name for her new business, ‘The Knotty Bobbin’. So I started out by giving her three designs to choose from.

2 Knotty Bobbin logo

Here’s Design No. 1…

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Cutting Corners

Friday, April 12th, 2013

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No, I don’t mean “cutting corners” as in taking the easy way out and creating a crappy product, because believe me, this wasn’t easy or a shortcut. I wanted my Heartland Prom tickets to have the cut corners so they would look like a ticket. When I designed them I had my fingers crossed that the printer I’ve been using would have some way to cut the corners. Eeeehhhh! (that’s supposed to sound like a game show buzzer) he did not have that capability and thought I was crazy to attempt to do it by hand. Actually what he said was “You do realize it’s four corners per ticket and 140 tickets!” “Yes.” I told him, “I’ve hand cut more than that for a project.”

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Project Progress Report

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

So this is meant to make me feel a little better about this week. I have no completed projects to post so I thought I would share a “Progress Report” of sorts. It seems like I constantly have four to five projects in various states of completion.

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This week those projects included a Family Poster, T-Shirt color separations, a wedding invitation and a prom ticket design. Hopefully I can dig in and finish some of these over the weekend.

Bethesda Trike-A-Thon

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

Trike-A-Thon

So it’s been a while since I’ve done a t-shirt design, but I was asked to come up with something for my church’s preschool fundraiser. They wanted something with stick figures on both a trike and a bike so this is what I came up with. Let me tell you, getting the perspective right on the trike was a task, but I think my kids came out kinda cute. Looking forward too seeing all the little kiddos sporting my design at the big event.