Frydaze for our anniversary) and decided to print it to see how it would look. I love it! It brought up my idea for selling artwork (as well as the headbands) again, and I can't shake it. I mean I majored in drawing and painting people (and sold my art at a gallery in SLC for 5 years)! But I haven't made a piece of art since I had my daughter Olivia almost 3 years ago. That sort of depresses me, but its really my own fault because I usually just want to make stuff to decorate my house or clothe my family.
Anyway, I know my posts can ramble, and goodness knows I was no English major, so they have grammatical errors left and right (I also just get lazy about those things when I am writing for my blog)----okay that was really off topic. BUT making this print really got me excited about a more commercial side of art. And I am just writing you all on this blog to see if anyone would want to buy them? Or will they just get lost in Etsy land (of which I have been a super slacker about the past year)?
Okay, on a hair accessory note, I finally put some of my FAB sale leftovers up in the etsy shop!