Alma’s Work

Alma's Work

I have some more Christmas cards up at Shutterfly! Hooray!

I can’t link to any of these cards, but if you want to find them, you can more easily find them by filtering by designer and choosing Petite Lemon, who I design these cards for!

See more of my designs for Shutterfly here, here, and here.

(When working for clients, a designer doesn’t always get to make all the decisions. So below, where I haven’t loved the color combo that Shutterfly ultimately chose, I have included my own preferences. Because this is my blog and I am allowed to do that :) )

(calligraphy by Melissa Esplin)

(calligraphy by Melissa Esplin)

(not available in these colors)

(not available in these colors)

(not available in these colors)

(calligraphy by Melissa Esplin)

(Also, I have designed personalized growth charts for Petite Lemon. Check out all their options in their store!)

Alma's Work

This is the Blackham family whose matriarch Melanie, commissioned this portrait from me. Full disclosure: Melanie is my darling little sister. She has been wanting me to do a portrait of her family for some time. She finally made it very clear that she was a serious paying client, and that I should NOT treat her as just a family member that wanted a favor done. She wanted hers to be a more cartoony style of her family in front of their house. I liked that idea, and so she sent me photos of her family and home separately. It will be displayed in her home as a 16X20 canvas print.

Thanks Mel, glad you like it, it was fun.

{Mike}

Alma's Work

Every year I love working with Lime Ricki on their swim suits. Here are some suits with my patterns that they have released this year (visit the site and you can see other styles using the same patterns as well!). I love how these turned out! It’s a tough job for me to pick out which one(s) I want for myself! This year, I couldn’t narrow it down to one, and so I’ll be picking out two suits!

Alma's Work
Mike's Work

These two portraits are ones I did of our kids to develop a different approach to my portrait.  I feel this approach is fun and graphic, where basically the skin is rendered but everything else is presented in flat solid colors.  Hope you enjoy them!