I recently created this proposal for a potential client. The job didn’t work out, but the subject matter is interesting and I’m happy with the design.
One of my first products on TPT was this series of scavenger hunts. I made little scavenger hunts for my daughter many times when she was younger. I have fond memories of following behind her while she strode through the neighborhood with a pencil, her list, and a bag strapped ’round her (you can never know what you’ll find and need to bring home) full of confidence and adventure. I wanted to share that sense of fun with everyone. Simple Photo Scavenger Hunts.
In the freebie product description are links to all the other participating sellers’ products. Collect them all and follow for future sets!
A peek in the archives at some of my older work.
I love to visit the parks, ponds, and natural areas of southern Delaware when I’m there visiting family. I also enjoy researching local native plants and animals; it’s an interesting climate. I thought I should put my love of exploring the area to good use making some more current pieces to fill out my portfolio and practice some of the more interesting features of design software, such as making graphs in Adobe Illustrator, by creating this infographic on Delaware wildlife and public lands.
Summer has been keeping all of the artists busy! Unfortunately, the TPT Clip Artists’ Collaboration isn’t able to bring you a new set of freebies for July, but you make sure you have downloaded all of past freebies!
Check out all my freebies on TPT!
Miss Jennifer Ward has collected all the #tptclipartistscollab freebies in a Pinterest board. Take a look!
While visiting family in Sussex County, Delaware, I attended an auction. Some of it was indoors where furniture and housewares were displayed, and china laid out on tables for viewing. There were folding chairs to sit on and an auctioneer at a podium on a stage. Outside there were more things being auctioned off: farm implements, garden tools, and mixed up boxes of things you might find in a basement. Among all the treasures, I saw a book, Visiting Sussex: Even If You Live Here. It’s a charming little small press project, obviously made with love by local historians with a lot to share about the area’s history.
Since I wished to add a piece to my portfolio using Adobe InDesign, to help in my job search, I made scans of the pages of Visiting Sussex and redesigned it using the Book feature. My own labor of love.
A peek in the archives at some of my older work. Dojo Poster.