Tuesday, September 4, 2007

hoot!

you know, owls really don't get their due. they're the most under-utilized avians we can think of, and that's really a shame because look how expressive they are. So much better than, say, Nicholas Cage. and this print underneath is called "ready for fall." We couldn't agree more. 3 cards for $7 or 1 for $3. Print = $3, as well.

[via design*sponge]

17 comments:

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PonyBoy Press said...

Super Cute! I am really enjoying your blog. Even though I make cards, too, I seem to always be buying them. ;-)

Amanda K said...

interpret this as you will diane, but owls are my spirit animal. i love these cards and am buying them asap. thanks.

Anonymous said...

where have you guys been?
i miss you!

Tori Higa Stationery said...

I love your blog and hope you start posting again soon. In the meantime, I am tagging you - see my blog for details. Of course it's totally optional. I just thought it might be fun.

deb said...

lovely!
there's some great stuff on this blog.

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I want many-many flowers.
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