Studio Meringue luggage tags have been traveling the USA! Send me a photo and I’ll post it here too!
New Luggage Tag design available
Studio Meringue luggage tags on the go!
I’ve had three of my photos transferred to canvas, and they are available for sale.
May 23, 2013
I shoot all my photos at the largest resolution my camera can take, so if I enlarge them they should turn out just as sharp as they are at 4 x 6. I’ve been anxious to take one of my photos and have it enlarged and printed on canvas. My fear would be that the photo may “pixelate” when enlarged. I took this photo during the Winter of 2010 at a friend’s cabin near Crescent, Oregon. As a gift to them, I had the photo made into a 12 x 16 canvas print. The photo wraps around the edge of the wood frame underneath, so you end up losing some of the photo as it wraps around; but it makes a nice frame-less piece that you can hang instantly.
It turned out wonderfully, and I look forward to doing it again with some of my favorite flower photos!
February 6, 2013
I was at an antique store downtown a month ago and came across this cute hat made in the 60’s. It resembled a small cake to me, so I took a photo of it. When I got home I thought about my collection of cake plates and how cute it would look on top of one of them. So the other day I went back to find that it was no longer in the case I had seen it in. After some hunting around I found it hanging on the wall in a display. After getting second opinions from two friends that I was shopping with, I bought it. Now it has been “re-purposed.” Not only does it have a new home on a cake plate, it also became the theme in a new wedding card from Studio Meringue!
January 23, 2013
If you get a chance, check out www.sketchbookproject.com
I made a submission to one of their “projects.” It is a project in which they are compiling a visual encyclopedia. My entry will fall under “W” for “Work Spaces.”
Their explanation of the project is this; “Submit an image of where you work and we’ll compile it into a one-of-a-kind encyclopedia entry of work spaces from all corners of the world. We’re creating our own encyclopedia made in part by you! Submit an image that follows the prompt, and we’ll compile them online. Together, your images will give the pictorial description of a particular subject. It’s like Wikipedia, but more visual.”
So below is the photo I submitted. I took it last summer while I was working on my blank cards for an upcoming show at Vintage Roost. It was a beautiful day and I opened the window so that I could hear the birds chirping and let the summer air swirl through the room.