Living in a disaster zone
Posted by photographybypixie
I need more hours in the day, 24 just isn’t enough!!
I’m still decorating my house, everything’s still all over the place and i’m getting quite used to sitting next to the microwave oven that’s taken up residence on my sofa!
My office has just had the last coat of paint so at least i can start putting that back together and have a propper space to work in again, i’ve really been missing that!!
Then it’s time to tackle the kitchen, livingroom, then upstairs, i’ll be so glad when it’s all done!!
I’ve also been designing logos and DVD boxes for a client, designing a website for another client, and signs for yet another client, rearranging my Gift Shop and adding new designs to that ….. and still haven’t even looked at the photos i took last wednesday!!
I went on a photo shoot with one of my best friends, its great as she’s an amazing art nude model so glad i’m a photographer and can work with her! .. must get round to sorting through them all and uploading them to flikr, deviant art, and all the other stock librarys i use sometime!
I’ve been really surprised with the sales in my shop over the last few weeks too as i’ve sold loads of these cards, far more than any of my other designs so it looks like everyones in a summer mood, thank you to all of my customers that bought 1 .. or more than 1!!
I suppose i’d better get on with decorating again or it’ll never get done!! .. no rest for the wicked as they say!!
About photographybypixieHi, I'm Pixie. I'm a graphic designer and photographer, I also run 2 online gift shops Visit my Gift Shop for photography and some fractal and digital art or visit my Hippy Gift Shop if you love bright crazy colours and psychedelic designs I use this blog as a kind of diary to tell you all about my life and my work and to show my photos and designs. I hope you enjoy looking.
Posted on July 24, 2011, in diary / blog and tagged artist, blog, card, decorating, diary, diy, greeting card, photographer, shop, Shopping, sunflower, zazzle. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.