Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Little Pink Pagodas and Such

I have 7 small blocks of asian architecture made up from my mind....

So i thought i would print up one of each for a complete set for my shop....

The blocks look so pretty with ink on them...

When i was deciding to pick a color i thought of kim baise's little pink houses garland...

Here is my helper making scary monster faces and noises....hello kitty!

I really have a thing for kraft style paper...so i am re-issuing some prints that have been out of the shop for a while in turquoise....surprise surprise....now tomorrow i have to do packaging and more photos....i really need to step things up...next year i want to make larger pagoda prints as well....i really want to sell more but i definitely need to become a little more prolific in the producing work and actually posting it in the shop area...you know the bags from the giveaway....not posted yet....i am lame i know....want to hear my current fantasy?...i make six extra grand next year and take a vacation to tokyo for like 10 days....now back to work!

10 comments:

  1. I think they are amazing!!! Once you have them in the store I would like to get one set. My daughter (14) loves all things Asian and I can see these framed!
    Go for your dream, why not make it reality?
    Happy thoughts!
    xx
    Victoria

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  2. the half asian in me loves these. the other half loves them as well. i want them!

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  3. and your little helper is fabulous!

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  4. im glad both parts of you like them....yes sophie is quite fabulous and loud....she is my waffy little girl!

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  5. Wow! I really like those beautiful blocks, and the colours work very well too. Good combo!

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  6. Shellie, these look amazing. I am so envious of people who have the patience for printing. I have done it in the past and loved it but I am a bit of a perfectionist and so I guess I make it more complicated than it need be hence the frustration.

    Your work looks lovely and pink is one of my fav. colours.

    Have a lovely day, T :)

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  7. these are gorgeously beautiful sf! a toast of tea (with sake) to you!!!
    i'm so glad i could inspire w/ the john cougar mellencamp origami!!! thanks so much for the mention and link. you inspire me too.
    now get those mushrooms cut! chop chop chop
    i wanna swap mushroom prints w/you.

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  8. thanks so much teresa! kim a swap sound like much fun!!!! who couldnt be inspired by origami and john cougar mellencamp?

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