I am probably most creatively inclined these days when it comes to designing new scrabble prints. I find myself typing quote ideas into the notes app on my phone or into my mini moleskin so I won’t forget. I wasn’t to happy with some of the backgrounds I had on hand so a few weeks ago the Hubz and I were running some errands and we were close to the Michael’s in our area and decided that I’d run in and get some craft paper/scrapbooking sheets.
In the past I have used images printed off my home printer and just laid the scrabble tiles on top, but I wanted something more crafty. And so these 2 new prints were born.
This one is me in a nutshell. I can see this print for a creator/maker/etsy store owner who is constantly dreaming up new ideas. Or even someone who is ambitious and goal oriented. I love the background and happy with how the post processing turned out.
Just a cute 143 :) When I picked up this sheet at the store I had so many ideas pop into my head but I love you seems like a good place to start.
I plan to add these prints to my Etsy Shop within the next 2 weeks (along with the one in this post). Hopefully you can check it out and if you like them you can make a purchase.
I also have these prints available on the shop and I am always open to doing custom scrabble prints – just make a note of it in the easy “note to seller” :)
After doing a craft fair, re-launching this blog and having my Etsy shop – I’ve found out this is my most popular, most purchased and most pinned print! (Thanks to Pinterest for the Analytics as well as buyer feedback).
I plan on doing some new scrabble prints to put up on Etsy as well has offer some discounts on said scrabble prints.
As always I do custom prints on scrabble (i.e.: if there is something in particular you’d like printed) let me know and I’d be happy to put something together :)
Yea so am I. I watched this really great video by Tony Robbins. He talks about mental plateaus and gives some quick tips on how to get out of them. In case you don’t watch the super short clip linked above its: Read, Workout, Set Clear Goals and Give to Others.
Sometimes I forget that changing your mindset really changes your focus, sets you in a different direction and can help you make anything happen.
I’ve recently started sharing motivational career/purpose/passion project advice on my linkedin and I was surprised to see that my contacts are actually engaging in the content (a few colleagues from current/previous roles, my MBA thesis advisor etc)
On that note: here is some visual motivation! All images linked below!