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Whoop whoop. Sleepy Hollow prints are available in my Etsy shop now, just in time for fall. If you’re like me, you like it to feel like autumn year round, so headless horsemen and pumpkins are always in season.
I debated whether to print this on satin luster or fine art paper, and in the end tried both. The shop prints are on satin luster, and it’s amazing to me what a difference it makes. The subtle gradients of the sky, hills and trees in the background just look so beautiful on this paper, whereas the watercolor paper texture of the fine art paper dulled the purples a lot by comparison. Honestly, the colors are luminous on this print. And, as Wild Hearts, 1923 is also printed on satin luster at the same size, they make nice companion prints.
In case they weren’t silly enough already, customized Kitten Aid prints are now a thing that exists.
They make a good gift for the weird cat lady in your life… said the weird cat lady.
And in other shop news: In honor of Valentine’s Day, “Cracked or I Missed You” prints are on sale (30% off! Wow-ee!) now through February 14th. Treat the offbeat romantic and/or art-collecting morbid person in your life to something special mid-month. :)
Fellow Gilmore Girls nerds (I know you are many), my illustrated Luke, Lorelai, and Rory postcards are now available in the print shop, with plenty of time for filling the backsides with drippy sweet nothings and mailing them to the loves/coffee-suppliers of your lives.
Non-fans, you can either skip to the bottom of this post or jump on board and educate yourself by watching the Rory-Dean make-up scene on YouTube. The choice is yours.
The front side of both designs has spot gloss, which means the figures and text are shiny, and stand out from the solid background. Which makes it look FAN-cy.
And in other Amy Sherman-Palladino-related news: I loved the winter premiere of Bunheads. I laughed, I got a bit misty-eyed, I puzzled at the strangely obvious plot holes that the writing team fails to notice in every single episode (who didn’t notice that TJ was packing up his magic act five seconds after announcing they had another show in an hour?)… This Salon.com piece by Willa Paskin knows how I feel about this completely entertaining but perpetually flawed show better than I do.
AND OH YEAH, free shipping is available in my Society6 shop through midnight Sunday (01/13/13), by using this link. I’m actually digging the new throw pillow printing option, though I thought it would be lame initially. I guess home ownership does that to a gal. Gets her excited about throw pillows…
I restocked my Etsy shop with Pierre and Salem Kitten Aid prints today and had a little photo shoot while I was at it. Not sure if it’s more professional or over the top, but I enjoyed the excuse to get out of my computer chair at any rate.
Hoping to have two dorky Gilmore Girls postcards up for sale by the end of the week!
Just added: 3.5″x5″ blank folded card with a white envelope, packaged in a snappy cello sleeve
Available as single cards or in discounted-rate 4 packs (though really, any packs of 3 or greater, just let me know what you need!)