6 ways to make December easier...


Thanksgiving is gone. Time to dive into Christmas. I just put together the neighborhood Songs of the Season event flyer. I used the Yuletide Doodles and the Christmas Doodles font to add some easy artwork. Use some fun fonts and Bob’s your Uncle.

We need all the shortcuts we can get anytime, but especially during the holidays.


And here is a big time saver for you. For a limited time these 6 fonts are only $9 each. Priced for your holiday budget. You can see them here http://www.outside-the-line.com/fonts If you want to use these fonts to print things you want to sell contact Rae (using the Ask Rae link above) she would be delighted to chat with you. Only 29 shopping days to Christmas.

Jack & Ella Paper

Jessica from Jack & Ella Paper uses my fonts so well that every time I walk into Hatch Art House in our neighborhood, I have a moment where think I did them. And that always makes me smile.

Jessica has several new lines of cards. So much to choose from. I am my mother's daughter and like to have a stash of cards in the house. I've just ordered a quantity of birthday and sympathy cards for people and pets. I think the pet ones are perfect.

You can also buy Jack & Ella cards in Jessica's etsy shop. If you are in the neighborhood Hatch Art House is at 1248 Williamson St, Madison. And not to be missed is Hazel next door.

Kitchen Doodles font sighting!

OK, I have to admit when I saw this totally cute invitation I was just a teeny bit jealous. When I see something that uses my fonts this well the only thing that would make it better would be if I had designed it.

This was designed by the talented Sue Brown. She not only creates bespoke paper goods but can also be found on Minted. You will love her work.