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1. Easter Stickers for Target

This weekend, I found my Easter stickers! This set is sold exclusively at Target, thanks to Peaceable Kingdom Press. I wish it was displayed at a better location, it was hiding in the back of the card section. But of course its always thrilling to find my art at a store, especially at a big one like Target.

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2. Sunny Farm- Sticker Set

This is a sticker set I did for Peaceable Kingdom Press. Can I get a "cluck cluck" for chicken stickers?

There are three play boards and three sheets of vinyl cling stickers. I'm always happy to draw anything farm related.

You can get buy it here!

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3. My Sticker Giveaway

I am hosting a giveaway here! Uprinting is one of the most versatile online Printing Companies and one of their products are stickers. They can also customize them according to your needs and offer Custom Stickers. They will look great with your art, logo or photo. Please leave a comment on my blog and you have entered to win:
250 Personalised Stickers for One (1) Winner
2" x 3.5"
70 lb. Label Matte, Front Only Printing, 4 Business Days Turnaround.
Restriction: Limited to US Residents 18 and above only. * free shipping.
Please feel free to like Uprinting on FaceBook or Twitter.
A winner will be announced September 18th.
This giveaway is sponsored by http://www.uprinting.com / Uprinting, no monetary compensation was given and I will receive stickers http://www.uprinting.com/custom-sticker-printing.html for hosting.

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4. My Sticker Giveaway Winner!

The winner of my Sticker Giveaway sponsored by Uprinting is Indigene Theresa Gaskin!!! It is my pleasure to present you with this gift of 250 full colour custom stickers and since you had 0 competition you were a shoe in ;)
I hope you make something cool and enjoy the process, it is easy and fun! :D

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5. Boo! Happy Halloween!

Here are some creepy fish stickers from a project for Scholastic Book Club several years ago. They seemed fitting...

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6. Let's Hug Carefully. And Often.

Not only is Mr. Prickles: A Quill-Fated Love Story the perfect, fresh story for this Valentine's Day, but the author and illustrator also happen to be creative busy bees who have put together a few BONUS items sure to enhance Cupid's special day.

Haven't picked out your valentines yet? Look no further: click here for beautifully illustrated and clever cards and click here for some black and white ones that you can color in yourself!

We don't have to remind you that everyone loves STICKERS. Print these out on Avery labels (style #5293) and use them as envelope seals or lapel decoration.

Calling all teachers and librarians! The color-in valentines and sheet of stickers make a perfect activity to follow storytime.

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7. Life Is Pleasant

And blog titles are generic. But it has been. The weather is nice, work, though hectic and filled with long hours has been pretty rewarding, and things are finally starting to stabilize out here in Maine. We have some new friends that love our flowering bush out back...  I wrestled ten escaped lobsters in the back of Stormalong when they managed to stage a jailbreak en route to work.... My

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8. Illustration Friday: double

When I paint illustrations for cards, calendars and stickers I often have to make 2 of the same image and sometimes 4 if it is a seasonal item. I have a game I play with myself to see if I can make them look identical. Sometimes I have to make the same item in reverse and I enjoy this as well. Here are some examples of my submission for Illustration Friday's "double" theme.

1. Love Grows (greeting card)

2. Homes for the Holidays Stickers (spring/summer)

3. House Paint stickers (LOVE & Happy Birthday)

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9. My Better World Savings Bank

Last year, I worked on a fun project called My Better World Savings Bank. It is a high quality wooden house bank that has three compartments, and it teaches kids about spending, saving, and sharing. It comes with tons of stickers to decorate the house with and a passbook to keep track of expenses.

Along with founder John Weatherley and designer Alex Knowlton, I illustrated the stickers and the art work for the site. You can buy the bank online or check out some useful links to teach children to be financially smart!

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10. Printable Back to School Sticker Sheet

I made these free printable  Stickers, Book Plates, and lunch label  for all of the "back to school" kiddies. The theme for September at the We Love To Illustrate Group Blog, was to create some fun printables for "back to school". You must pop over and check them out, they are so adorable and so much FUN!!! I plan on downloading all of them and sticking em' all over my kiddies stuff. And my stuff too!  
this project sounded so fun, and I thought it would be a really good learning experience with CS5 too. Obviously, I am still learning Adobe Creative Suite CS5.  This was my first ever contact sheet using the photoshop tricks to extract my little critters from crazy backgrounds. Not perfect but a start!:) And I am slowly learning my way around these amazing programmes.


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11. stick with me

A little request here, folks. I know how generous you have been in the past with this kind of thing. I wonder if there is anyone who has Moo stickers of their own work? If so, would you like to swap a page (6) of those stickers with me, for mine? I'd like to use them in one of my Moleskines. Please leave a comment if you would, and we can sort out the swap from there.

Also, a word on my Moo stuff. You know I'm a Moo designer, right? Well, I'm hoping to have an overhaul of all the drawings I currently have available on Moo. As soon as time permits. It's about time too. I'll be getting rid of some of them for good, so if you ever wanted cards, stickers, etc, with these drawings on then get them now. HERE.

Check out my Moo Flickr set. I love this set the best of all. You can see my Moo cards on vacation in all sorts of glamorous places including Paris, Italy, Hawaii and um, er, Lincolnshire. See them HERE (best viewed as a slideshow).

Cheers, my dears.

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12. Evolution of a Halloween Book Cover

It is fun to show the process of a cover-from sketches to the end product. I did this with The Great Matzoh Hunt, and now I thought I would show it for Halloween is Here, a sticker book I illustrated that was recently released.

1st Sketch: All 4 of the main characters were featured. It is a bit too crowded for the cover.

Revised Sketch

Color Art

With Type and at the stores! (took this pic at Borders)

Hope you'll get a chance to pick Halloween is Here up at your local bookstores. Happy Halloween!

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13. Bugginess

I was looking through some old files and came across this sticker sheet (1 of 10) for a Scholastic project. Lice are surprisingly fun to draw. I think I had drawn krill (and carpenter ants for that matter) for various publications a dozen times, various sizes.

Maybe I will get to draw bedbugs soon since they are all the fashion.

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14. Feeling Relieved

Today I felt a great sense of relief and peace...
in knowing how much God has worked in my life this past month.

If you didn't know, you will now. I am on week 3 of quitting smoking. After falling off the wagon many times in the last several years, this time I feel great about it! No credit to me except to follow what has been asked of me.

I went for what I call a jogging walk (jog a block, walk a block, repeat). I have always wanted to be a jogger, but knew very early on, even before smoking, that it was going to be very hard. If not unobtainable...for private reasons (don't want to give the impression I'm setting out blame).

I don't want my poor choice to hinder me from jogging. When trying in the past it has hurt in my side, sharp pains, hard to breathe, and what feels like no oxygen getting to my entire body. I know you have to work up the endurance, but it never felt "right".

YET, this time, no sharp pains, and very little effort to catch my breath! This made me think. No IBS symptoms, I can eat dairy again...and green peppers, and I'm just more at peace. I feel great (although I have taken up munching A LOT - more than usual. :/ ). But I rather gain a few pounds than continue smoking.

I feel refreshed. I feel ready to focus. On me. As an artist, this can sometimes be difficult. I, like many others, have deep down wounds, emotions, habits, and those "deep" thoughts everyone assumes each artist has. I have a bubble around me that I feel sometimes gets in the way of my life, especially relationally. To feel at peace and refreshed opens up trust and confidence.

These "deep" things have been the foundation of the work I create. I try to portray emotion through my paint. Though the mission of my work is to bring peace, hope, love, and joy, it is my hope this renewed focus and freshness will brighten the work I create even more.

It has also made me more confident to make changes and letting things go. 

In my business I put a lot of time into the products I create, and they are usually always getting better, heh, at least I like to think so. One of my ideas was the sticker tins. I loved the idea of recycling altoid tins and having this solid carrying case for little girls to collect stickers in.

Problem: I have ran out of time to spray paint and assemble them.

Solution: Offering the stickers in plastic packages and making little tins

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15. Homemade Stickers That Promote Writerly Habits

I’ve been thinking about investing in a sticker machine for quite some time now, but couldn’t justify it. However, when I thought about how much I’ve been paying for stickers lately, the idea of having my own sticker machine for the purpose of making my own stickers for my students seemed more attractive. [...]

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16. Goodies from France!

Bonjour! I'm back from my trip to France and had a great time! We visited Strasbourg, which was about a two and a half hour train ride from Paris. My deary was a on a business trip there, so what a great excuse for me to tag along :-)

I LOVE the French illustration style and aesthetic. In particular I was looking for this book by one of my favorite illustrators Marc Boutavant:
I've been wanting this book for so long now! Its very hard to get it in the US (it is on ebay, but very $$$). What a beautiful book!!! Then in another store I found stickers by Marc Boutavant too:
And the cutest little notebook and Christmas Alphabet postcard by Illustrator Marion Billet:
I love "Fake ads" -Postcards by illustrator Amandine Piu:
And of course how can I resist this one (also by illustrator Amandine Piu):
Our high school French got us around ok but I must admit it was mentally draining afterwards. Having a language barrier is a handicap and there were a few awkward situations. Then I thought about all the non-English speaking people who are brave enough to come to the US to make a life for themselves (including my parents.). Props to them most definitely!

Anyways, I already miss the cafes and pain au chocolats. Strasbourg is a very quaint city to visit. Too bad I didn't get to see much of Paris, only the airport and the few blocks around the train station. Next time!

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17. Christmas Stickers

Here are some Christmas stickers I designed for the greeting cards class I was taking at School of Visual Arts with Cheryl Phelps. I became one of those students who showed up with very little work....which defeated the purpose of taking the class in the first place. I've been pretty busy (very thankful right now in this economy.) It was a great class though and I felt very inspired. Cheryl is a great artist and very open and generous with information. (thank you!) I would love to take this class again.

I'm off to San Francisco for Christmas! I definitely need the warmer weather and a change of scenery. Happy holidays to all of you!

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18. La Caja Sonora 09 (The sound box)

For the third festival/contest of music bands "La Caja Sonora" (the sound box) I had to illustrate and retouch the poster. I simulated some stickers that come alive and are deployed on the streets of the city at Canary Islands.

Texts will be added by the agency.

I hope you like it.

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19. Watchmen Mania!

Go watch Watchmen! And if you live in Philadelphia, go check it out at the Imax by the King of Prussia mall, where the Philadelphia Cartoonist Society has set up a gallery to promote the movie! The gallery features many Autumn Society members as well! So what are you waiting for? Go see it!

For more pictures of the Watchmen Imax Gallery go here:


Also, my brother Guayapisco has made some amazing Watchmen Stickers, based off his portraits.
So if you're interested in a set, just e-mail him ( guayapisco@gmail.com ) and he will gladly send you some, while supplies last! The movie rocks!

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20. Literary laughter is the best medicine

Since it's April Fool's Day, I'm in a jovial mood, and looking at what's occurring currently, we seem in need of some light spirits. In one of our meeting rooms today, I noticed some wag had put a sticker on Ernest Shackelton's Escape from the Antarctic saying, "The inspiration for the BBC's I'd Do Anything", and it made me laugh. Obviously, the original sticker came from Charles Dickens's searing indictment of child poverty, rather than the noted explorer's musical escapades in the South Pole, but it got me thinking in this vein, which stickers would you like to see? To get the ball rolling:

1984: "The inspiration for Channel 4's hit show Big Brother"

One has to take one's laughs where one can find them.

Sam the Copywriter


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21. Sticker Giveaway!

Today is a very fun Monday because Uprinting is sponsoring another giveaway on my blog and they are giving one friend 250 free stickers that you can have printed in full color with your logo or as a product label, a unique business card, promotional stickers and more. I will receive a set as well for hosting this giveaway so I am stoked and can't wait to make some colorful valgal stickers! You can learn more about Sticker Printing at Uprinting. Please leave me a comment telling me how you will use these Stickers/Labels and who you plan on giving them to and you are entered to win. You may post this giveaway on your blog and link to it as well and these will be considered as multiple entrees and more chances to win! To sweeten the pot, they are offering FREE UPS Ground Shipping in the USA (Canadian residents need to pay shipping and taxes) Offer is not available to residents outside the US and Canada.

Giveaway Prize Details:
250 Stickers/Labels for One (1) lucky winner
Sizes 2"x 3.5", 2"x 4", or 3" x 3"
Paper: 70 lb Label Matte
Specifications: Full color front, blank back; 4 business Day printing

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22. Winner of the Uprinting Sticker Giveaway!

This is a frightfully good Halloween because Amy Cartwright is the winner of the Uprinting Sticker Giveaway! John pulled Amy's name from the 5 women that placed comments and she has won 250 full color stickers. Hoping you show us your stickers when you have finished them Amy because I know they are gonna be great! Happy Halloween and Congratulations :)

PumpkinHouse Place Cards by Valerie Walsh copyright 2009

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23. Today is National Hugging Day!

There is nothing better than a hug! We love to get them and miss them when we don't. Hugs validate us. Hugs say: "I care about you", "You matter", "I see you". Human contact is important to good health. When you are hugged you feel better, and it makes you smile.

If you are an environmentalist, hug a tree! If you are really shy, hug a pet. Hug your mom, your dad, your brother and sister, your teacher, your minister, your best friend, your kids...hug anyone who needs a hug.

Today's assignment: Give as many hugs as you can. Don't be shy. Ask, "May I give you a hug?" I bet you will get more "yes" answers than you will "no's".
Make it a competition. See who can give the most hugs today. *Compete to see who can draw the best picture of a hug. Buy smiley stickers or heart stickers to give to the people you hug today.
Visit a nursing home and give out hugs and stickers. Older people love to give hugs but don't always get as many hugs as they deserve.

If you really need a hug, and there is no one else around to give

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