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We sure got excited when we saw that Fifiduvie had added some new fun items in her store. Now you can get totes, pouches, stationary and prints, oh my! Aren't you just in love with the new fresh palette and glittery gold she is creating in?


Pick your favorite and get it here!

1) "forever yes, please" Print ($30)

2) Dot Zipper Pouch ($18)

3) "I AM PUBLIC ART" Tote ($25)

4) Heart of Gold Screen Printed Poster ($20)

5) "savor sparkle...

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We're suckers for typography and block printing!  The Big Harumph really knows how to add some oomph to her work.  Give your walls a little personality with these fun prints.





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This lovely little lady knows how to capture us with her words.  Christen Stang of Letterhappy creates prints and stationery with sayings to live by.  As she would say, {everybody deserves a little happy}!

Do What You Love 8x10 Print $12


The Only One for Me Card $3


Go Your Own Way 8x10 Print $12



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Oslo artist, Styleset, has just posted these beautiful posters to their store. I think the thing I love most about them, is the photos. They have paid so much attention to the theme and the narrative of the photos, making sure everything looks good together in the store, and alone. Well done!





You can buy all the prints here.

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Say hello to Raw Art Letterpress, a store full of funky fonts and inspiration:


Dear Miss Raw Art, can you tell us a bit about yourself:

My name is Colette, I live in Mount Shasta California. I like to ski, hike and read. I have had a wide range of work experiences from teaching rock climbing and working on search and rescue in Yosemite to being an international flight attendant for unitied airlines and all sorts of things in between. Currently I make prints and work a bit with my sister at Lulubug Jewelry.

#FF: How did Raw Art Letter Press come to be?

C: I have always been 'creative' but not very artisitic, per se. I made a set of hand cut stamps of the alphabet in 1998 which I used to make personalized alphabet coloring books for kids. With those I also made my first 'wordprint' (the ones with three letters across). I started making 'raw art' prints in 2009. I started taking a printmaking class, but didn't care for the type of...

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This #FF is full of Creativity {pun totally intended}


Sarah from Creativity shares with us a few words about her life, science knowledge and relationship with the Queen of England:


Sarah, owner and designer of Creativity, has always been a creative spirit. As a young child Sarah’s mom considered her to be exceptionally talented at making messes. From ripping up and re-designing thrift store clothes to making her own paper, it was obvious that Sarah was destined to be a designer. Her love and passion for design lead her to Montana State University, where she received her Masters of Architecture. A self-proclaimed professional "card hunter," she realized that cards needed more wit and less fluff (perfect for the modern minimalist, like Sarah). So with her love of design and sharp tongue she emboldened and bastardized the sincere greeting card forever.

#FF How did creativity come to life?...
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London-based designers, lovebirds, and purveyors of beautiful prints for the home, Hayley Thwaites & Lucas Lepola, stole my heart when I spotted their simple-yet-stunning ALPHABET BAGS and fell madly madly head of heels, top of my holiday wish list in love with their typography-worshiping satchels.

That's their Alphabet Purse, up above.   Carry it, or buy a bunch and put them on a shelf to spell out a message. (How cool would that be as a sign in your boutique or in a girlie dressing room?)

I'm a total sucker for anything gold lame, so I'm probably going to need ten or twelve of these:

And they bring the fun and whimsy of their brilliantly curated print shop...

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