Weekend Recap

May 3, 2010

Nick, Vayda and I took a trip down to Amelia Island this past weekend, where we stayed with my brother and his lovely gal, Liz.  I could not wait to meet my new nephew, Gibson…

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at just 14 weeks of age, he is already the size of Vayda…just look at those big dog paws!  It should be noted, that while Vayda was tolerant of the new gangly legged pup, she was less than thrilled to see another Granddog running around her “vacation” home.   I tried in vain to get a picture of them together, but the Diva would not have it.

While there,  I also whipped up a little cursive for Dad’s kitchen wall.  “Bella Cucina” has a nice ring to it…no?I believe the translation is “Beautiful Kitchen” in Italian…

Bella Cucina Script on Kitchen Wall

A much easier task than one would think.  If you’d like the step by step tutorial, leave me a comment.

Hope you all had a lovely weekend!

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.

Last Day to Enter!

March 16, 2010

Free Sublime and Granny J’s Jello to the person that wins!  Eat Your Greens people!

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)

Cyber Monday Newness!

November 30, 2009

Two brand new prints for your Cyber Monday shopping list!

Originally published  by my friends over at Skirt! Magazine, I present to you Gingerbread Men in Skirts No. 1

and Gingerbread Men in Skirts No. 2

Both prints are printed with the finest archival inks onto yummy epson paper.  They measure 8×10″ with a small white border for framing.

©2009 Heather L. Young

Both of these charming little prints can be found over at The Produce Stand, and you have until the end of tomorrow to take advantage of FREE SHIPPING!

My commission schedule is also getting very full, so don’t delay if you’d like a Pet Portrait or Pen & Ink…I am very  near capacity this year, and rates will go up after Dec. 1.  Thanks to all of you who have already taken advantage of my Holiday Sale! The postman may not like me much today!

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…

AND…….

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.

I must be in Australia mates!

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Speaking of food…I sold three Foodie Prints yesterday!  No more Lemon Tree. I’m a little sad, as this was always a favorite, but I feel confident it will go to a nice home.  Get yours now before they are all gone!

*Photo courtesy of Rebekah Stewart

feeling loved

March 30, 2009

It always makes me happy to see that my babies have found good homes.  These three made it all the way to Chicago.  Thanks Val!

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I still have an Artichoke Blossom and a Fresh Herb or two…but Sweet Potato Blossom has sold out!

These two prints, went to Anna in Athens.  A happy home indeed!

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Ah…Monday morning, and I’m content.  Life is good!