Freebies, Pattern/Printable


If you follow my Instagram you’ll notice I’m taking part in #The100DayProject. I made this book print as part of my 100 days, #100daysofillustrator. You can use them to write the names of the books you’ve read or color them in! Below you’ll find downloads for the print and 4×4 scrapbooking









Mother’s Day

Freebies, Holiday

Did you forget Mother’s Day again? Well you’re not alone. Me, you, and millions of other people* did too. Well I didn’t really forget it, more like procrastinated until this week.

My mother never asked or wanted anything on this on this special day but a homemade card. Over the years these cards have progresses little kiddle drawings, to scrapbook/papercraft cards, to my digital illustrations.

Since I dropped the ball this year and almost forgot to make a card I thought I’d help out all you other slackers too.



Here are three cards; one for the hot momma in your life, one for the mom that deserves a drink, and one that is that shows your excitement for Mother’s Day. You can print these at home (preferably on cardstock), write something sweet in them (sorry I can’t help you there), and deliver one to your sweet mom along with a big hug.

Download all three cards:


*not an accurate statistical number



Life Lessons: #BeTheKnope

Freebies, Life Lessons

I started writing this post awhile ago just to touch on the inspiration I get from Leslie Knope. I didn’t finish writing the post because at that time things were going well and I sort-of lacked the inspiration I needed to finish it. This week life threw some rotten lemons at me that I haven’t yet figured out how to turn into lemonade but it did give me the motivation to finish this post.

For those of you don’t know, Leslie Knope is the obnoxiously driven, kind-hearted, binder-making character from the series Parks and Recreation. It is my all time favorite show and if there is anything to be taken from it besides joy and laughter, it is the lessons that Leslie teaches about achieving our goals. Cheesy sounding I know, but this really hit home for me this week.

In the show Leslie works for the Parks Department of Pawnee, Indiana which she thinks is the best town in the US. It isn’t.


It has a horrible past filled mistreatment of the Wamapoke Indians that settled there before the pawnee people drove them out. In present day the town is know for its obesity rates and is in constant competition with the neighboring, more superior,  town  Eagleton.

Many of the episodes involve her relentless struggle to improve the lives of others with constant retaliation. This always happens and she always gets right back to it no matter what the set back is.

So here are my takeaways from Leslie Knope.

  1. Make a Binder aka Be Organized. There is nothing like having a good planner and a project binder.


2.  When in Doubt, Waffles. In other words, find that one thing that brings you joy, no matter how   simple, and hold on to it.


3.   Don’t let anything get in your way, even a perm.


4.   Be Confident in Yourself.


5.  Most Importantly, “Be the Leslie Knope of whatever you do.” Do everything with overwhelming optimism.

To help keep you inspired I’ve created a few freebies for you to enjoy. There’s  desktop background, a iPhone background, and an image that you can print to go on your wall.


Download here (Wallpaper, iPhone Wallpaper, Print)