Monday, October 25, 2010

Where am I?

I've been super MIA lately, gah! I've been absolutely consumed with my preparations for the Fall Quilt Market. I'm super excited about my new products and I can't wait to share! I also have some fun bit of news to reveal as well, but it all has to wait until after I get back. To make up for my MIA-ness, I'm going to have a little giveaway right when I get back from Houston. More info on that to come. I sent my booth off to Quilt Mmarket on Friday and now I've been playing catch up with all the things that I put off while I was busy prepping. I stayed up way to late on Friday and Saturday frantically designing greeting cards for the manufacturer I work with, and yesterday was another late night working on some embroideries for an exciting new project. Again, I can't share all the info yet (annoying right) but here are a couple of sneak peaks of the two embroideries. I'm hoping to blog more regularly again after Quilt Market. Thanks to all of y'all who've been patient and stuck with me. :-) I'll be tweeting at Quilt Market, follow me here if you'd like all my updates.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Artist: Ana Belen Salatino of Merry Blues Art

It's almost that time of year again (although you wouldn't know from the 80 degree weather we had here over the weekend). Time to start thinking about the holidays. Check out these eco-friendly, Warm Winter Greetings cards from Ana Belen Salatino of Merry Blues Art. They are printed on 100% banana paper made from agricultural waste–meaning no trees! Check out more works from Merry Blues Art and read more about their commitment to helping the environment. etsy and website