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Chalkboard Calendar

I’m going to start making a chalk drawing every day, of the day, starting to-day!
The goal of this is to have a complete calendar a year from now. I might even keep going and replace these first few, since I’m sure I’ll look at these in a year and want to throw up.

Whitebox Photobooths

Years ago, I built an arcade machine. It was a beast, with enough spots for four players and a 32 inch screen. After I built the machine people asked me what I was going to build next, and several suggestions were made. My favorite suggestion was a photobooth, and I finally got the opportunity when Chloe and I got married. It was such a hit at the wedding I thought we could rent it out for other people’s weddings or parties.

The biggest problem with this is starting a new company. Even coming up with a name proved to be very difficult, not to mention coming up with a logo. Eventually, I put together something that I was satisfied with, which you can see above. Later, I’ll make a post that details how I created the logo.

Here’s a picture of the photobooth itself. I wanted the booth to be more open-that way more people could get into the picture. There’s a bench that sits in front of the booth for when there’s only a couple of people posing. Visit Whitebox Photobooths for more information.

 

First Anniversaries

Chloe and I have been married for a year now!

Since paper is the traditional first year gift, I decided to make a cut paper piece of art that referenced our wedding, and the life we have now.

Our animals are a big part of that life, so it features all three of them. Our wedding invitations featured the silhouettes above, so I remade them.

Click more to see how I put everything together.

Print your own Owl Masks!

I made these Owl masks a while back for a party, and you can print them out and for yourself!

They’re great fun for both kids and adults.

Just right click the images below, and Save As.

You’ll get a PDF to print out, along with instructions right there on the page.

Do you want some Artistic License?

The other day, somebody on twitter mentioned that they wanted an actual artistic license they could whip out when people started to complain about something they create, so I made it.

Print them out, place a credit card on top, and cut around it. I’ve left you plenty of room along the edges.

Click the image above to download a PDF and add your own picture, or click the one below for a non-photo ID version.

Here’s a picture of mine: