I’m getting ready to send these “bad boys” out for my son’s birthday party. His last two birthdays have been small family affairs. Since he’s been asking for a pirate birthday, and he’s due for a big sha-bang, I’ve been putting a little more effort than usual into this one.
With this design, I was going for a cute – but sort of realistic – but not too cartoon-y pirate theme.
So, how did I do?
AND, because every pirate needs his very own plate set…
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More Pirate-y crafts arrr coming your way…
Mee-WOW! Cat Damask Pattern
Say hello to my new Cat Damask pattern. Rats, cheese, fish bones, yarn balls, a canary…this pattern has it all.
How fun is this one with my initials done in a circle monogram font??
What can I make with this fun pattern? Hmmmm……
cat damask logo
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, here’s a new pattern that definitely has a mexican folk vibe to it…but is it more Boho or Mexico?
The koozies for my parents bait shop just arrived and I’m loving how they turned out. The fine details printed much better than expected. Woo hoo!
Having a friend who dabbles in graphic design has its perks. Like this fun Day of the Dead Birthday Logo I did for a friend whose husband was turning the big 4-0. His awesome Day of the Dead mariachi costume last Halloween inspired the design. My spanish is not so bueno, but the “Es Muy Viejo” is supposed to mean “is very old”. Day of the Dead, or Dia de Muertos, is a holiday celebrated in Mexico as a time to honor deceased loved ones.
I definitely didn’t have my special “koozie designer” hat on when I made the logo. The design was too detailed to fit on one side of a koozie and had to be split in half – below is the one color version in teal on a black koozie.
The big font has a fun carnival/western feel – it came from here – it’s not free, but it is pretty cheap. The smaller font is free and can be found here.