My ready-made stamp collection started with three stamp sets ten years ago. Ten years ago! The collection is now on sale and will be discontinued after this year or when they sell out—whichever comes first. I hope you enjoy the 50% savings as we all bid a fond and joyful exit to this well-loved collection. Thank you for loving them as much as I have enjoyed drawing, cutting, packaging, stamping and using the stamps myself.
Find them all here.
I have considered this step for several years and the time has come. As the sole person who runs, packages and keeps up the inventory of the shop, I’m ready to focus on new products, ideas and drawings! Keep an eye out, the excitement is big. To the next decade!! xo
We went with a couple friends to Costa Rica and beyond beautiful. These were the results of solo walks and discovering a self-timer on my cell phone. Big joy. From the grounds of Arenal Observatory Lodge.
What I saw on on my walk at Folly Beach down at the end of the island in the State Park by the river… horseshoe crabs, jellyfish, flowers, seaweed, starfish, shells and dolphins!!
Big news!! Pam from Sweet Peach has created “Sweet Peach Sweet Spots” which highlights 50 of her favorite places around Atlanta. She asked me if I would be willing to make the drawings for the map and I couldn’t be be more thrilled to have worked on it with her and the rest of the team.
The mini-newspaper will be available in about a week—so soon!! And I can’t wait to have it in my hands. It’s pretty flippin’ great. Atlanta, you’ve got my heart. I’ll let you know when you can start seeing it around town!
Warmer days are here. Dreaming of summer vacations. This is a Medinilla magnifica (aka Rose Grape) which is native to Luzon in the Philippines—which is exactly why I bought it. One day my wife and I will go. In the meantime, this will have to do for me—until I kill it. Here’s to hoping on both fronts.
I have been using Supadupa’s online store creator for my online shop and have been LOVING it. I maintain both an Etsy store and a standalone shop since I launched my site before Etsy was the powerhouse it now is and so many customers knew me simply as thesmallobject.com. As I was switching over to Supadupa, I found all my emails, concerns and questions to be addressed extremely promptly and had zero issues so far. Again, I’m a fan and today was excited to find my shop listed in their list of “7 Key Ingredients of Successful Shops"—so many of their articles have been helpful worth poking around their blog, too.
Drawings I made for a fun valentine’s day project that a fellow local blogger is working on—I’ll post details once it’s live.