Branching out!


I have long loved the creative spirit and infinite possibilities of digital design. I love making sassy statement pieces and I like making feminine floral and lace designs. Ok…not gonna lie…I love it all. There is no end to what can be created….you can make WHATEVER YOU WANT!!!! Literally, anything you can think up can be created digitally. How fun, right?

A little over a year ago, I bought my Silhouette and immediately fell in love with the equally infinite creative possibilities. If you can create it and think it up, odds are the Silhouette can cut it out, stamp it. Here are the Cameo and the Mint:

I started with simple cardstock projects, cards, etc. Then I VERY QUICKLY launched myself in to Heat Transfer Vinyl because I needed to get sassy with my shirts. Some days a sassy, quippy shirt can really make the difference in my day, like “look at my shirt…does it really look like I’m about to deal with anything you just said? no? okay…now that we have that cleared up, I’m gonna go ahead and go back to bed.”

Also, I’m a introvert in a major way, so being able to start a conversation without having to actually say any words comes in really handy!

Soooo….I told you all of that backstory to tell you about how I FINALLY jumped in and began actually designing said sassy and quippy sayings for others to cut and apply to their own shirts so they can also avoid people, work, adulting, and conversation-starting. YAY!!!! (this is where you’re supposed to get excited just in case you weren’t yet).

Behold….my first designs for sale:

Naturally, there will be TONS more to come as I still have so many milling around in my mind I just haven’t designed yet, some I have designed that I haven’t added yet, and so much more motivation to be found and sparked. If you have any ideas or requests, feel free to shoot them my way and I’d be more than happy to make them happen!




About arosephoto

I am a budding portrait photographer who spent the last 7 years as a photographer and journalist in the Marine Corps. I have always wanted to be a successful photographer outside of the Marine Corps, so I am giving it a go!

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