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Another 2009 calendar
December 10, 2008, 9:14 pm
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I am a huge fan of Yellena James (and have posted about her before), but have yet to buy any of her prints, because I just can’t decide which I like best! Now she has a new calendar available ($24), and even though I already bought a calendar for next year, I had to snag one. It looks amazing and I can’t wait to see it in person!

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Etsy Find: More random Christmas ideas

Here are some more products I’ve seen on Etsy that might be good for someone on your shopping list. I hope to create some more specific “gift guide” type lists later on, but this will have to do in the interim.

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Owl stuffed toys by katedurkin, $18.

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Wood block photograph, no. 0089 by keriherer, $48

il_430xn45742234Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything earrings by pawandclawdesigns, $18

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Tree moleskine (laser etched) by modofly, $36

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White Rabbit art print by berkleyillustration, $15

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Don’t Be a Blowhole bookplates by onegoodbumblebee, $8



Halloween cards by The Black Apple!
October 23, 2008, 5:45 pm
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Today Emily Martin of The Black Apple posted a print-it-yourself Halloween card. It’s too cute! I don’t generally send out Halloween cards, and I’m not throwing a shindig to invite anyone to, but I’m going to get some of these out in the mail anyway.

Isn’t her work fantastic? I bought her Neko Case-inspired print, and I love it.



Looking to 2009
October 8, 2008, 2:23 am
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Oh, 2009. Not only will America turn a page when we get a new President, but each of us will start the year with a clean slate, ready and willing to fulfill our every ambition. And what better way than with a great calendar?

This is the calendar that I got for myself, from ilee papergoods. Get it here at etsy. $22

Here are a few more than I considered:

From JHill Design, this calendar is also available in a desk version. $30

If I could justify it, I would absolutely get the Radius ’09 poster. It’s probably one of the most visually interesting I’ve seen. £65

Here’s a unique idea! This calendar from paperedtogether comes perforated and with twelve envelopes, so you can send a friend the pretty picture once the month is complete. $40