Bundle #1 – Flowers + Food!


Times they are a changing.

Yes they are. I’ve heard that all you font buyers want bundles. So here is the first bundle from Outside the Line.

Three alphabet fonts, three flower and leaf fonts and five food related fonts.

Julia Child said, "I didn't start cooking until I was 32: up until then I just ate". Whether you cook or eat, design menus, garden party invitations, food labels, place cards or cookbooks this library of doodles makes the job easier. Planting, gardening, baking, cooking, mixing, this collection gives you over 275 illustrations to create with.

This is an exceptional deal at $2 a font (when you buy the bundle)! Even if you have one or two of these fonts already get the bundle and get the rest of that category.

Better yet, this is just the first one. Around the first part of each month there will be a new exciting bundle to build up your library.

To see more of each font go here and click on the corresponding font.

And go here to get this deal.

Normal licensing applies. You can go here to read it.

If you have any questions just Ask Rae. She would be happy to chat with you.

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Art Therapy #4

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Yes... Art Therapy continues... with a few bumps. One week we both completely forgot and my favorite postcard got lost in the mail.

This is my second favorite of mine. I was finishing my Spring cleaning of my office and remembered I had to do that week's postcard. I decided to make a postcard with things I found as I cleaned. This one is called Foggy with a Chance of Snow. These were photos I had taken. The back of the card has a white corrugated board. It also gave more white texture. And on this piece I knew when to stop. Not always true.

Here is Nancy's postcard from that week. She was pondering thoughts of solitude and writing about it. Savaswati is her favorite Hindu goddess. She has a room of her own. And also has unusual white skin.

Getting a postcard from Nancy is always a treat. I get excited with a kraft envelope arrives in the mail. I generally send mine in a shimmery gold one.

This is my favorite so far. And this is the one that is lost in the mail. That makes me sad because once again the scan does not do the glitter justice. I like how loose this one is. Unfortunately I worked hard for that loose look. My plan is to turn this postcard into an art piece of maybe 6 or 9 teacups. I have a collection of my mother's, so that will be the inspiration.


This looks like a postcard but it is the cover of a 'zine that Nancy produced. I love these women, I think they could be a nice poster.

More Art Therapy in a couple of weeks.