Making: Introducing.

What’s a mini print you ask? When I print I usually start with a set number of pieces of paper and along the printing process a few of the prints start to look a little less than fantastic.  Maybe the ink is blurry in a patch, or they got left out of a layer or any number of things goes awry in the studio. Previously I wasn’t quite sure what to do with these prints, I would chuck them into my flat files and come upon them like sad lost little prints that didn’t make the grade. I got rid of a slew of them when I moved.

But now they shall forever become Mini-Prints!

Cut down sections of prints offered in the delightfully tiny size of 5″x7″ for $5.00 a piece.
That’s right $5.00!
See what I’m saying, Mini-Prints!
Perfect for a window ledge, a birthday card, or what ever you like.
I’ll have an ongoing selection of these at shows, come check ’em out!

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  1. Audelaine September 12, 2008 at 3:58 pm #

    this is a great way to give new life to something you might have discarded. I’ve got an idea brewing about all the bits of wasted sewing thread I make every time I sew…

  2. excellent use, lady. love it! great work, great price:)

  3. Sarah and Jon September 25, 2008 at 6:59 am #

    What a brilliant idea! Love the ‘wish’ print too!