An interview with the card making power couple Barry and Jay
An interview with the amazingly talented Peter of Peter's Treasury
An interview with the guy behind Turquoise Boy Art
An interview with Mr. Jeff Lindberg
An interview with the crafty guy behind Top Dog Design Studio
An interview with the one and only Ant Max
An interview with the creative force of nature that is Bromero Cards
An interview with the incredible man behind Martin's Mayhem
An interview with the creative genius behind Del and Artie
An interview with the master of floral cards and someone I am proud to call my friend
My best tips on creating while broke
When artists become sell outs; my personal thoughts on the matter
Undisclosed affiliate links; turning people into pesos.
Following an interview I did on my last blog post (find it here) I was left with some pretty big questions for myself. One of which is this; why am I sharing my art, cards, etc on social media? I think that this is an important question we all need to ask ourselves. Why are … Continue reading Social Media & Makers; Why Am I Here?
I must warn you in advance that this is going to be a very long post. Snobbery. I'm not so sure that's a real word but if not we'll just add it to the book of words and phrases I call 'Samantha-isms' 🤣 What is snobbery? It's the act of being a snob. So what, … Continue reading Social Media and Makers; Snobbery
Anyone else having a bad case of deja vu???
Today's interview is with Suganthi Ramalingam of Malaysia
Do you ever feel intimidated by the magazine quality photos on social media?
There is so much that we can learn from one another if we would just ask and take the time to really listen.
Yes, Virginia, there really are bullies in the online creative community.
Not getting accepted onto a design team is hard. Let's talk about it.
Stolen art, inspiration, and copying; finding inspiration on social media.
Have you ever had an idea for something you've wanted to create but didn't make it for fear of the reaction you'd receive?
The constant bombardment of new products
The not so pretty side of social media and creative people