Thursday, November 18, 2010

A month of thanks and giving!

we at bumble ink have lots to be thankful for this holiday season. the following represents a smattering of joy we'd like to share with you.

firstly, many thanks to kristen at Paper Crave who wrote a great post about our new cards and line of photocards. we're so glad they made her smile, that's what we aim for!

also, for the first time, we are teaming up with lovely photographer Meg Perotti and offering her clients a special discount for our holiday photocards. just another excellent reason to get those beautiful portraits taken for the holidays! (so efficient...and we all know how i feel about efficiency!)

click the photo to check out her post at her blog:

be safe this weekend!

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Photocards featured on Cool Mom Picks!

Hop on over to Cool Mom Picks (click on their logo above to go to the article) to check out the article they wrote about our new photo cards!

Hooray -- Thanks to cool moms everywhere!

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

toon tuesday twist

With Halloween aside and as we enter into the holiday season, I'd like to take a little variation in honor of the toon tuesday theme.

Joyous, festive and a time of togetherness, nothing reminds us of how lucky and grateful we are for our loved ones more than the holiday season. Unfortunately, the flip side of this -- as so graciously touched upon in many a holiday movie -- is the reminder of the utterly lonely and lacking facets of our lives.

So, as my pep talk to those of you who rue the holidays, just remember Garfield. Yes, that snarky, dry humor chubby tabby we all love. He would tell you to snap out of it, things could be worse. You could be Jon Arbuckle -- as demonstrated through this hilarious website garfield minus garfield

On his website, Dan Walsh takes the popular Jim Davis comic strip and erases the existence of Garfield, creating "a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb".

Published as in 2008, (and available on Amazon) this is my idea of a great coffee table book.