Saturday, July 05, 2008

Razzle Zazzle

Do you sit at work dreaming of places you'd rather be? Like sailing in your gorgeous yacht across the Mediterranean, as the sea sparkles around you? Or hiking through the Rocky Mountains with crisp, cool air filling your lungs and pine needles crunching under foot?

While you sit at your desk, poring over reports instead of navigational charts, or crunching numbers instead of pine needles, keep this close at hand for a little inspiration:



I am pleased to announce my first Zazzle product. One of my strongest hopes is that my artwork will inspire other people to follow their dreams, and this is one more venue for me to achieve that. I'm very excited, and in the coming weeks, I hope to have many more products for your enjoyment, including, especially, things with maps and ships on them.

In the meantime, thank you so much for all of your lovely comments, e-mails and Etsy conversations. The past few weeks have been an incredible confirmation that I am on the right path, and have been filled with extraordinary joy. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all my family and friends, old and new, who've showed such tremendous support along the way. I couldn't have made it this far without you.

10 comments:

iHanna said...

it's beautiful!

thebeadedlily said...

I plan to order some stuff from zazzle as my moo cards run out.
I love that design, as you know:)

carolyn said...

Great design, I'll have to go and investigate Zazzle now, this is the first time I've hear of them.

Crashdummie said...

its lovely! and what a lovely idea - to help ppl fulfill their dreams.

You must be some kinda ferry Al - instead of magic sparkle you use wonderful art! :)

Flassie's Fil'a said...

Awesome!

Yes to your question
and often at that.

God Bless Your Creative Life!!!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

That's just awesome! I am so happy things are going well for you!

Jen

Merisi said...

Dear Radiogirl,
I am so happy for you, congratularions! :-)))

I forgot to mention last time around that I particularly like the "environmental portrait" of yourself in the previous post. ;-)

CaBaCuRl said...

Wow, so much happening in your world since last I visited! Good luck with your creative ventures...I LOVE that mouse pad. Being a fair weather sailor, I idle away much time on vast expanses of turquoise water in my mind!

belindaschneider said...

congrats and good luck for the new venue! looks very inviting. coming from a constant-mind-travelling person :)

Claire said...

cool mouse pad!! thanks for your comment on my blog :o)