Merry (almost) Christmas!

December 19, 2009

Nick and I are closing shop and enjoying time with friends and family!  We’ll be back soon with a bevy of goodness to share…and after all the presents are opened and surprises unveiled, a ton of new work to post to this poor idle blog.  Wishing you all a warm and wonderful Holiday Season, and of course, thanks to all of you who have allowed us to have such a great year!

“Vayda Dressed for Christmas Dinner – The official 2009 Vayda Christmas Card”

©2009 Heather L. Young

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I’m alive…

December 15, 2009

and doing quite well, thanks to many of you who have spread the word about my work, and kept me working like mad this Holiday Season.  I sooooo cannot wait until after Christmas when I can finally debut all the Pet Portraits, and Custom Inks that have come my way…I even picked up a charcoal drawing on a whim, and rather enjoyed getting back to my  roots for a few days.  Things are starting to wind down, only 1/2 a sketch left to complete, and then it’s time to focus on family, friends, and all the things I’ve missed so dearly during these hectic few months.  Oh and I managed to squeeze in a little time to whip up a Vayda Christmas card!  Although, I’ll wait just a few more days before posting, to ensure a proper surprise to many by snail-mail.

Anyhoo, just checking in!  Hugs~

Schedule Booking Fast!

December 2, 2009

Thanks to all of you who took advantage of my weekend sales.  Would you believe it?  It’s only Dec. 2nd and I can no longer accept Pet Portrait commissions!  If I’ve just broken your heart, no worries!  I can still issue you a super cute gift certificate, good for one year, from Vayda’s Pet Shop.

I still have time to squeeze in a few custom Pen & Inks, but better book quick!

Of course, I have plenty of reasonably priced prints for the Foodie on your list…and a full line of Savannah Prints and Notes…(a good thing to have on hand for that unexpected neighbor that drops by with a surprise gift)

Hope y’all are having the best Holiday Season ever!  Oh and please remember to support your local artists and the hand-made movement.  xo