Jun. 12, 2014

Free fonts for Summer

Typography is one of my favorite aspects of design. It is amazing how much a simple font change can alter something so much and really give it the personality and style it deserves. So today, I am sharing my favorite 15 fonts. You may see them on the site, in my shop, or around town from time to time, but I hope you can utilize them for your projects as well! Enjoy!



Amatic  |  Arizona  |  MoonShiner  |  Learning Curve  |  Bebas Neue  |  Abraham Lincoln  |  Print Dashed  |  Wisdom Script  |  Otama  |  Blanch  |  Dalle  |  Arvil Sans  |  Ostrich Sans  |  Lobster  |  Sail


Feb. 21, 2014

Hello Spring

The weather has finally warmed up and it has been absolutely wonderful here in Oklahoma, and to celebrate here are a few freebies for your desktop or iPhone. Enjoy the weather and dress your tech up cute for spring!


DESKTOP:  Purple  / Coral  /  Teal

iPHONE 4:  Purple  /  Coral  /  Teal

iPHONE 5:  Purple  /  Coral  /  Teal




Dec. 23, 2013

DIY Taxidermy deer bust

DIY Deer Head

I first saw these amazing cardboard deer busts when I was working on my sons Woodland themed bedroom last winter. But coming in at $45, they were a little steep for me, especially for several pieces of cardboard. But finally I found this amazing DIY with much fewer pieces, AND it utilized foam core, rather than cardboard, which I thought seemed a little cleaner looking, and would be easier to cut.

I wasn’t a huge fan of the shape of the antlers, and wanted something a bit more streamlined and simplistic for my home, so I made my own Deer Head Template modeling after this one. I wanted to use the same size foam core through out, so I adjusted the slit sizes, and added a crest for the body to mount on.

Then it was time to get to work.

DIY Deer Head Materials

You will need two pieces of foam core, a can of spray mount (spray glue), a pen or scorer, an xacto knife, some wrapping paper or other material you want to cover your deer with, and the Template.

*Please note that my template is made to be printed on 12×18″ paper, which can be done very cheaply at places like office max, office depot, etc. Or you could select tile printing on your personal printer and assemble at home. :)



To start take your foam boards, wrapping paper and spray mount outside. I did mine in the garage since it is freezing outside right now. Spray your board down and press paper onto both sides. I only did a corner of my accent paper because I knew I would only need this for one piece.

Once your paper is attached to your board, you can begin tracing your template onto them. I found it best to lay it all out first to make sure they all fit like I wanted, keeping both neck pieces laid out similarly since they would mirror one another. If you have directional paper like I did, it is also important to make sure the pieces are all laid out with the paper going the same direction.

For tracing, you can use a pen if you like, but I found it more useful to use a scorer. You can find these at craft stores or online and they are my favorite for projects like these. But if you don’t have one handy, a mechanical pencil without the lead, or a long nail can do the trick for you as well. I preferred this method over the pen, because I anticipated that my trimming would not be exact and I didn’t want any pen marks to show.

Once you have all your pieces traced out, simply use an xacto knife to cut  through them all. This will take some time. It took me around 30-40 minutes on my first one, but I eventually got much quicker at it. There are a few key points to remember: Always have a sharp blade and keep the blade vertical as you cut.

If you have not used an xacto before, its nothing to be afraid of. You just need to take it slow and steady and you should have no problem with this. The foam core is very smooth to cut through making it a fairly easy project. Its only the timing of it all that can be a bit tedious.

Once all of your pieces are cut out, its time to assemble them and hang!

Although I am using ours as Christmas decor, these cute little guys can be used all over the house. I found these two that I am loving! I think they would be so cool in a child’s room, above a fireplace, or as an accent in an office space.


MAP  |  Houndstooth




Dec. 2, 2013

Unwrap Some Digital Happiness

Now that Thanksgiving is officially over it’s time to deck out the house for the holidays. I may or may not have started early this year. I just couldn’t wait.

Here are a couple of goodies to wrap your desktops and iPhones as well. Enjoy!




Merry Desktop  /  Season Desktop

Merry iPhone 5  /  Season iPhone 5  /  Merry iPhone 4  /  Season iPhone4