January 7, 2011
Where does the time go? Can’t believe it’s yet another new year … since it’s the year of the rabbit, this is the design that I came up with for my Christmas cards (yes, I did manage to get them out on time):
Here’s to only the best of things for everyone in 2011!
P.S. The D.A.D. Project that my sister and I started last June is still going strong … if you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, we welcome you to give us a visit!
November 19, 2009
I think I would be a bit freaked out if I saw one of these hopping across the beach or scuttling around in the forest:
October 14, 2009
I went to dictionary.com to make sure I had the right spelling and definition of “odiferous” and was provided with a few websites that offered flatulence treatments/cures as well as Mandarin Chinese lessons — not sure what the connection is there but now on to today’s Creative Something of the Day (sorry bunny!):
May 7, 2009
I have a few people asking me how I come up with the words for my CSOTD (Creative Something of the Day) everyday. I get them from a random word generator called my CCS (Collaborative Creative Someone) who usually emails me the two words every morning and then I have to interpret, produce and post my daily creative by the end of that day.
Confession: I’ve definitely had my share of close-to-midnight posts and a few that have needed a bit of a deadline extension … oops.
I’m really having fun with this daily challenge and glad to have accountability to my CCS, blog and readers — thanks to everyone for your interest and support — more good things to come!
So here’s today’s CSOTD:
March 28, 2009
On my way home this morning from the gym, I spotted the first spring fashion statement in the squirrel world — so glad I had my camera with me to catch the moment. Check out this dude’s pants!
Squirrel Fashion Show - Owning the Catwalk
Squirrel Fashion Show - Profile View: Work It!
So now that you know what’s in style, go dress your favourite rodent.
Today’s CSOTD (kinda like pre-fashion show):
Bunny Freshener Illustration