Author: Pfoinkle Pinkbow

Bear with Flower

Some days I know exactly what I’m going to design before I put stylus to tablet. Other days I make a bear. Click for Free Download: Bear with Flower Digital Stamp

Cute Cockatiel Digital Stamps

I know, I know, I just did the little owl a couple of days ago, but do you see that sweet little face to the left?  He lives in my house, watches over me when I work, and he was rather insistent that cockatiels be represented here at least as much as owls. So, in order to have more cockatiels than owls  allow for those tiel color variations that don’t have cheek patches and/or don’t have two-color wings, there are…

Free Row Houses DIgi Stamps

Growing up in Florida, I remember the first time I saw row houses — I was well into adulthood… and in Philadelphia. Yeah, not a lot of row houses in Florida. ;)  But when I saw them, I fell in love.  I’ve never lived in a row house, I don’t know if I’d like living in a row house, but I do, oh how I do, love the look of them. Click for Free Download: Row House Digi Stamps  

I don’t really like all the fussy technical bits of blogging, so before I do something like suss out how to add a Reader Galley to my site, I thought I should find out if you want one. This poll will remain in the right column (over there —->) until I decide I have enough responses to make an informed decision. The only prize for voting in the poll is my swooning appreciation of your willingness to share your opinion…

Cute Owl Digital Stamp

Even though I didn’t intend to make a realistic owl when I was designing this piece, I simply had to know how many toes should be showing. It seemed important, but pictures of owl feet were confusing — after looking at several, I still couldn’t tell if there should be two toes or three (per foot). And then I found this: “An Owl’s foot has four toes. When in flight, 3 of these toes face forward, and one backwards. When…

Maneki Neko Digi Stamp

From Wikiepedia: The maneki-neko (Japanese: 招き猫), literally “beckoning cat”) is a common Japanese figurine (lucky charm, talisman), usually made of ceramic in modern times, which is often believed to bring good luck to the owner. In Japan, the Maneki-Neko cat is found in many shops, restaurants, businesses. The “beckoning cat” is believed to bring good fortune to the business  — making this is a great stamp for celebrating a new business venture. In the download, you receive one cat with…

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