Bite-sized Foodie Magnets

The best part about it?  You can build your own collection!  (Not everybody likes okra right?)  These bite-sized magnets (each only 2″ square) are printed locally, right here in Savannah, and packaged with love by yours truly.  Each has a UV protective coating to keep them from fading.  To see the full collection…CLICK!

bite-sized foodie magnets by FLYoungStudio

Bite-sized foodie print magnets by FLYoungStudio

Special thanks to Nick for helping to design the packaging, and to Ed & Dawn Tolliver of Candy Bouquet for allowing me to shoot a few photos on their fun colored walls.

P.S. if you haven’t discovered Savannah’s Candy Bouquet, you should definitely check them out.  They have all sorts of candy to tempt you with, and Dawn’s arrangements are just spectacular.  They can customize to suit your budget and even include your promotional items in a candy bouquet.  Just look at this stock!

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AND they painted their floor to look like Candy Land! Awesomeness I tell you.

All artwork ©2010 Heather L. Young

Nothing makes me happier than knowing my little prints have found happy homes.  It’s fun to see how people mix and match to make their own collections…and I sooo appreciate when people take the time to send me shots like this!  (makes my day!)  I’ll be posting an album with many more shots to my Facebook Fan Page if you care to take a peek…

Green Foodie Prints on Display Dining Room

Eat Your Greens really “pop” on that wall color…love it!

Sweet Tea painting on canvas by Heather L Young

and Miss Vicki’s custom ordered, super-sized version of Lee Lee’s Sweet Tea…it’s in good company, wouldn’t you say?

Happy Friday peeps!

Jello Anyone?

March 29, 2010

Special thanks to Vintage Frocks of Fancy for including Granny J’s Jello in her latest treasury.  Fun finds no?

This treasury of  kitschy goodness will only be available until Wednesday.

The first of March starts the official countdown to St. Pat’s here in Savannah, and what better way to celebrate than to give away some green?  Up for grabs are two of my favorite prints from the Eat Your Greens Series, Sublime and Granny J’s Jello.  All you have to do is leave a comment to this blog post and you’ll be entered into a random drawing to win both prints.  The winner will be announced on St. Patrick’s Day.  May the luck of the Irish be with you!

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Granny J’s Jello

All Artwork © 2010 Heather L. Young

Etsy Love

January 22, 2010

Super thanks to Donna of FifthQuadrant for including my Eat Your Greens series in this crisp treasury.  I so hope this one makes etsy’s front page!  Oh and I might just have to have those mugs to match my Asparagus Green kitchen…who wants to buy me a present? lol

For more information the items featured here, CLICK! (list expires Jan. 23)

Holiday Specials!

November 23, 2009

I have BIG NEWS!  The Original Foodie Prints are back!

“Sweet Potato Blossom,” ©2009 Heather L. Young

Only this time they’ve been printed with the finest archival inks onto lush epson paper…and the best part?!?…I’ve just listed them at $18!  How’s that for the Foodie on your list?  But wait…there’s more…

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We’ll refer to these little gems as “the second generation,” as they are a bit different.  They are printed with the finest archival inks onto a lovely Epson paper, a tad smaller than the originals, they measure 5″x5″.  Each comes hand-signed by yours truly, and is guaranteed to add a little spunk to your kitchen!  The best part?  Only $12 per print!!!

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Now if I could just decide which to hang in my kitchen?  Check out the full line up of Foodies at The Produce Stand.

Only 9 left in the Eat Your Greens series!  Can  you believe it?  These are of very limited edition,  some only printed once…EVER!  So get your hands on them before they’re all gone…

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I think I’ll start the day off right with some green eggs and ham…Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

thanks everybody!

February 7, 2009

I’m feeling the love this week!  I can’t thank you all enough for spreading the word about my work…and nothing makes me happier than seeing my work included in an etsy treasury…special thanks to Cara for including my Red Tent print in such a lovely treasury…I’m honored to be included with the other fabulous artists here…be sure to check out the MadebyCaraShop for some delightful jewels…

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Click Here to find out more about the other lovelies in this treasury.

Oh but the Foodies have not yet been forgotten!  Thanks Chen for including my Eat Your Greens series in the following treasury…Check out the adventures of Boto in Chen’s unique shop…

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Click Here to find out more about these tasty treats of the inedible kind…so much fun!

Good things, yes?

Well, I hope you all have a lovely weekend!  We’re off to Hilton Head for some time with Nick’s mom…it will be a welcomed break from all the promo-madness…

I had plans…lots of them…with coordinating lists (long ones)…a treasure trove of ideas…good, solid plans.  But you know what they say, sometimes the best laid plans fail, and that is just what’s happened.

It is with great sadness, that I must announce the end of  production for my Eat Your Greens and Rockstar Reds series of canvas prints.   My printer can no longer accommodate the 6″x6″ size, and I’ve yet to find a place that can even come close to touching their price.  While I could produce them, and sell them at a higher price, it has always been  my goal to keep my work attainable…so this is it!  If you visit The Produce Stand, you’ll see there are still some to be had, and they are now of a very limited edition.  Only one of each Rockstar Red was ever created, so they are truly one-of-a-kind!

Thanks to all of you who helped support this line of work, collected these little gems, and spread the word!  I’m honored for you to have them…and who knows…maybe I’ll find a way to bring them back to life in the coming months via a different size, medium etc…(sometimes goodbye’s don’t last forever)

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On to the bright side…

It’s a new year and there are new plans in the works.  I have my eye on a state of the art printer, that will allow me to print archival quality prints in-house.  The best part…I get to nurture my inner control freak, and totally eliminate the middle-man.  I’ll minimize my overhead and have the opportunity to “print-to-order,”  and you’ll see my work a little more affordable to those of you who love art but can’t quite afford the investment.  “Good Things” (as Martha would say) are on the horizon.