On my web travels, I couldn’t help noticing how many beautiful Mothers Day designs were on display! In particular, I am seeing a lot of “hand-crafted” and “homemade-style” Mothers Day cards. Also in this post is my own guide to Making a custom made Mothers Day card.
I received a lot of inquiries from mommy’s asking where they could create thmommy cards for mothers dayeir own “emergency cards” (or “mommy cards” as they are better known!) Well, would you believe it, Overnight Prints has just released some brand-new templates with a selection of really great kid themed designs.
On Saturday 10th April, I attended the Find art show at the Eyetorrent Artspace in Costa Mesa, Orange County. It was a night that celebrated “all things creative” – bringing together a community of artists, graffiti artists, musicians, a freestylin’ hip-hop band, pinstripe artists, and other vendors.
A few weeks ago I posted a blog asking Overnight Prints customers and blog visitors to send me links to their work so that I could showcase their work on this blog. The response was incredible! The following list of designers and their work is representative of the diverse, unique, and talented customers that we have!
Ryan Claytor is a comic book creator and Professor at the Michigan State University and the University of Michigan Flint. His series of books “And Then One Day” are autobiographical works that follow Ryan’s conversations with the various people in his life. I talked to Ryan about his work and his love of comic books.
They may be called business cards but does that mean they HAVE to be used merely for business purposes? One of the ways that many of our customers use our business cards is for their family members! If one of your family members was in an emergency situation, was lost, or was unable to remember their address or phone number, a business card that’s tucked into their backpack could be a “lifesaver”.