Wednesday, June 16, 2010
With summer vacations starting up, I've been daydreaming about ocean cruises and warm sunshine (it's only 55 degrees in Seattle today, Lord help us)! Summer Solstice will be here in 4 days and I still haven't had my yearly sunburn, boo-hoo (I'll take anything I can get other than pale).
On a cheerier note, here's our new, cute sailor card to wish any little (or big) boy a very Happy Birthday!
Posted by Driscoll Design at 4:36 PM
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Well, it may be early for some folks but we couldn't wait to show off our 2011 Calendar because it's hot off the press! It features our "Par Avion" line of postage stamp format designs. Each month has a design with bold colors and a unique theme.
It retails for $15 and comes in a practical, clear cd case that turns into a display easel and it's perfect for any nook and cranny in the office or home. For wholesale questions or to purchase, contact us at email@example.com or call 206.789.1978.
Posted by Driscoll Design at 10:59 AM
Monday, June 7, 2010
Here is the latest collection from yours truly! I hope you like them. It's from our newest collection, "Par Avion", which features the signature Driscoll Design style within a postage stamp format and printed on a beautiful, clean, white paper (100% Post Consumer Recycled Fiber, naturally)! Oh yeah, and don't forget the glitter, mon ami. XOXO
Posted by Driscoll Design at 9:16 PM
My friend and I went to Farm Chicks this weekend! It's a show located at the Spokane Fairgrounds and Expo and it is filled with vendors who sell antiques, collectibles and handmade goods. It's one, big, girly fest! While there, I found a couple of old pieces of vintage luggage to use as a tv stand, an old, brass, lard bucket with a cool brand label and a vintage belt buckle (which I'm wearing right now) from the 40's or 50's that has some cowgirl boots on it. Can I call myself a farm chick even though I've never made marmalade and dinnertime usually means dining out at a sushi restaurant? Sure, why not. Besides, I've got the belt to prove it.
Posted by Driscoll Design at 9:10 AM