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hi everyone! i’m here to share this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what roost tribe members received during the month of september. if you’re interested in receiving, it’s not too late to get it all! i’ll be sending out a recap on thursday, october 2nd,  to the roost tribe with all of the content in it from september so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined during this month.

that means, that if you join before thursday, october 2nd you’ll still get all of september’s content + october’s content as well- that’s two months for the price of one!

whew. got it? :)

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adobe illustrator tutorial on how save and package illustrations as clip art sets.

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floriculture pattern collection. you can print patterns, frame them, make cards from them, use them on your blog, social media sites, use them as wrapping paper, etc! 

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printable psst. card 

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delicious recipe for creamy cauliflower alfredo (vegan + gluten free!).

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a set of scripted photo overlays.

 

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simple living article on how to keep a well stocked garden shed and take care of you tools. photo by: f2images

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inspirational tech backgrounds. some days i take very small steps, other days i take leaps and bounds. as long as i’ve moved in the right direction by the end of the day, i’m happy!

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for this month’s master series article, i’m so happy to welcome  jo klima to the roost tribe! she has written a brilliant article on mindfulness and creativity. thank you for sharing your insight, jo, it was truly inspiring!

a list of favorite & useful links and resources from around the web.

plus more! being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!  want to learn more? head on over to read this post or check out the FAQs.

want to learn more? head on over to read this post or check out the FAQs.

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master series with jo klima

September 22, 2014

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happy monday everyone! i am very excited to welcome jo kilma to the roost tribe this friday as she joins us to discuss mindfulness and creativity.

jo is a soul-centered designer and artist with a curiosity to explore creative and spiritual practices which deepen and support our desire of living a beautiful and authentic life. she loves creating beautiful websites and branding for amazing women and businesses – bringing their ideas, energy and spirit to life. see her work at the darling tree, follow her creative adventure at maps to herself, or get in touch on twitter, facebook or instagram.

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jo and i go way back. in fact, she designed this very blog for me over five years ago! (time to get her to do an upgrade, you say? i agree! wink.) there’s something about jo and her work that just draws you in. you can tell she loves what she does. her sense of style and design are impeccable and she works really hard to bring women’s creative businesses to life. it seems as though everything she touches just comes to life!

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jo elsewhere: web | blog | twitter | instagram | facebook | pinterest

so come join the roost tribe and get your learn on! join anytime this month to receive jo’s article on mindfulness and creativity.

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what is the roost tribe? the roost tribe is a membership that welcomes you to a family of creatives for just $5 a month. by joining, you’ll become a part of an incredibly inspirational community. members receive a welcome packet with several informational e-books covering blog growth, pitching your products, writing product descriptions, going home to roost’s creative story and a list of top industry resources. additionally, each month members receive printables, patterns, illustrations & clipart, a plant based recipe, adobe illustrator tutorial, iphone & desktop background, special guest articles on creative topics and more all delivered right to their inbox!

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august roost tribe recap

August 29, 2014

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hi everyone! i’m here to share this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what roost tribe members received during the month of august. if you’re interested in receiving, it’s not too late to get it all! i’ll be sending out a recap on tuesday, september 2nd,  to the roost tribe with all of the content in it from august so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined during this month.

that means, that if you join before tuesday, september 2nd you’ll still get all of august’s content + september’s content as well- that’s two months for the price of one!

whew. got it? :)

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i am SO happy to share this little trick. i’ve been looking for a way to ‘lock’ colors while using the recolor artwork tool in adobe illustrator for years, when FINALLY- i figured it out! this has made recoloring my patterns and artwork so much more efficient.

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this pattern collection is called feathered florals. :) you can print them, frame them, make cards from them, use them on your blog, social media sites, use them as wrapping paper, etc! i

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i love this quote from old english co. sometimes the hardest part is just starting, but you should always know: amazing things WILL happen!

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one of my favorite meals this summer has been fresh paninis on the grill. they are light and refreshing and bursting with flavor!

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this set of illustrations was inspired by a recent walk i took in the forest. i loved taking pictures of the moss, ferns, buds and leaves!

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lately, i’ve fallen i love with making greeting cards. they are such a simple and beautiful way to express your love, gratitude or congratulations to friends and family. and, i always feel that there’s something a little extra special about receiving a card someone has printed themselves!

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simple living article on juicing- my favorite ingredients and recipes!

photo by juice generation.

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for this month’s master series article, i’m pleased to welcome jessica swift to the roost tribe! she has written a brilliant artcile on surface pattern design and exhibiting at surtex. thanks for sharing your insight, jessica!

a list of favorite & useful links and resources from around the web.

plus more! being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family! want to learn more? head on over to read this post or check out the FAQs.

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july roost tribe recap

July 28, 2014

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hi everyone! i’m here to share this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what roost tribe members received during the month of july. if you’re interested in receiving, it’s not too late to get it all! i’ll be sending out a recap on thursday, july 31st,  to the roost tribe with all of the content in it from july so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined during this month.

that means, that if you join before thursday, july 31st you’ll still get all of july’s content + august’s content as well- that’s two months for the price of one!

whew. got it? :)

this pattern collection is called summer flowering. it was inspired by garden rows and flowering ground coverage. :) you can print them, frame them, make cards from them, use them on your blog, social media sites, use them as wrapping paper, etc! i

these mini tofu ‘crab’ cakes are creamy and seasoned to perfection. adding dulse seaweed (or nori seaweed) gives them a flavor from the sea. no one believe that they’re completely plant based!

i’ve fallen in love with photo overlays. they are such a great way to add a visual caption to your snapshots!

 

for years, i’ve only planted vegetables and herbs. there was a direct payoff for all my hard work- food! it wasn’t until about a year ago i realized how much i enjoyed having flowers in my yard. freshly cut flowers bring me so much joy as they brighten my home and fill it fragrance. arranging a bouquet of flowers is relaxing and peaceful. so, i’m excited to share with you that i have just planted my first ever flower garden!

i just love a good bunting banner, don’t you? i have one strung in the eve of my house, in my sewing room and by the artwork in our living room. now, i have one for bear’s room that says ‘hello bear’. (see below!) with the entire alphabet and 10 numbers to choose from, the possibilities are endless! make a banner for birthday parties, surprise parties, dinner gatherings, summer soirees and more. (also available here)

an inspirational desktip + iphone background. this quote has meant a lot to me for a long time. if ever i question my career, i always remember how passionate i am about what i do and how thankful i am for that. you are passionate about something for a reason. i encourage you to choose to follow your dreams!

adding textures to your illustrations can really warm them up and give them a nice hand crafted look. in this video, learn how to add subtle texture to your illustrations by using scatter brushes in adobe illustrator. (also available here.)

guest appearance by the amazing erin godbey! erin is a master party planner, maker and founder of the indie craft parade & the makers summit. in Party Planning 101: simple steps for celebrations erin breaks down the various parts of party planning into steps, from party ideas and themes to menu planning and decorations. and, to get you in the party planning mood, she’s created a special pinterest board just for you with her favorite party recipes, decor, and party planning resources. erin elsewhere: pinterest | twitter | instagram

simple living tips on how to travel green. photo by violet gray.

a list of favorite & useful links and resources from around the web.

plus more! being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!

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oh man. you guys are going to LOVE this ebook (going out to the roost tribe this friday!). erin godbey is a master party planner, maker and founder of the indie craft parade & the makers summit (more on that in a minute). in her e-book, Party Planning 101: Simple steps for celebrations she breaks down the various parts of party planning into steps, from party ideas and themes to menu planning and decorations. and, to get you in the party planning mood, she’s created a special pinterest board just for you with her favorite party recipes, decor, and party planning resources.

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in addition to being a master party planner, erin is also the founder of the indie craft parade and the maker’s summit. i’ve attended both and can personally attest to how incredible these events are! if you’re a maker, attending these two events will be the highlight of your year.

the indie craft parade is a celebration of handmade art and will take place september 12th-14th in greenville, south carolina. it’s held in the most beautiful historic mill and will be featuring 80 of the most talented makers from all over the south.>

the maker’s summit is a one-day business conference for the art, craft, and design world. during the conference, you’ll learn how to start or grow your business alongside fellow creatives and hear practical advice from industry leaders and peers during keynotes, workshops, panel discussions and one-on-one time with experts. i was delighted to attend this year and it was absolutely sensational.

erin elsewhere: pinterest | twitter | instagram |

so come join the roost tribe and get your learn on! join anytime this month to receive erin’s e-book, Party Planning 101: Simple steps for celebrations

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what is the roost tribe?

in a nutshell, it’s a direct extension of going home to roost. members receive weekly premium content delivered straight to their inbox. you’ll get adobe illustrator tutorials, printables, illustrations, digital papers and repeating patterns, exclusive articles from industry experts, recipes and loads of other creative goodies. members also connect with each other for creative support, feedback and fun in private facebook group. and the best part? all of it costs less than a latte. click here for more information.

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june roost tribe recap

June 30, 2014

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june roost tribe recap

hi friends! today i’m excited to share this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what june brought to the roost tribe. the good news is, it’s not too late to get all of june’s content! i’ll be sending out a recap on wednesday, july 2nd to the roost tribe with all of the content in it from june so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined during this month.

that means, that if you join before wednesday, july 2nd you’ll still get all of june’s content + july’s content as well- that’s two months for the price of one!

whew. got it? :)

 

a set of ‘feathered fronds’ illustrations.

after watching this brilliant video, i got to thinking about labels and marketing and how they affect our lives. they are everywhere, yet there still needs to be more of them. they can be overwhelming, confusing and downright deceiving. this article introduces several labels that you should keep an eye out for – some to avoid and others to support.

photo: paper geek

this may be the best dish i’ve ever made. a most delicious spin on traditional mashed potatoes.

walk in the woods pattern collection inspired by living in the forest and planting pretty flowers. :)  you can print them, frame them, make cards from them, use them on your blog, social media sites, use them as wrapping paper, etc! i

this month’s inspiration is one i believe in wholeheartedly. i truly believe that we can all follow our dreams and be successful at what we love. all we have to do is get started! 

  master series with rachael taylor

rachael taylor’s brilliant article on taking risks and designing your way. this month’s article for the master series!

this video will teach you how to use the offset path and simplify tools in adobe illustrator. so fun!

i love to garden, so of course i wanted to do a little garden project! use this printable to make your own custom plant markers.

a list of favorite & useful links and resources from around the web.

plus more! being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!

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master series with rachael taylor

the roost tribe is excited to welcome rachael taylor to the master series as she joins us to discuss “taking risks and designing your way!“. rachael and i connected several years ago, when i was also able to take her groundbreaking surface pattern design e-course, ‘the art and business of surface pattern design‘. i highly recommend it! (you can see my alumni success story here!).

 

rachael is a super fun and energetic surface pattern designer and illustrator from britain who creates ‘patterns to make you happy’! rachael has been lucky enough to work for a number of prestigious clients worldwide and also runs her own design label along with successfully licensing a number of global branded collections.  you can find her designs on fashion, home decors, greetings, gadgets and ceramics.


rachael has also just released a beautiful new book, 20 ways to draw a doodle’! it is the perfect creative book and resource for illustrators, cartoonists, doodlers and anyone who loves to sketch. rachael’s success has also led her to the new ventures of, ‘make it in design‘, ‘MOYO magazine’ and ‘the MOYO directory’.

make it in design

if you’ve ever dreamt of seeing your designs on stationery, homewares, fabric, wallpaper etc, the design school featuring the art and business of surface pattern design is for you! the course takes you from sketch to pattern design to product in four modules. the next course begins this october- find out more and register here!

rachael elsewhere: web | twitter | instagram | facebook

so come join the roost tribe and get your learn on! join anytime this month to receive rachael’s article on “taking risks and designing your way!”.

roost tribe

what is the roost tribe? the roost tribe is a membership that welcomes you to a family of creatives for just $5 a month. by joining, you’ll become a part of an incredibly inspirational community. members receive a welcome packet with several informational e-books covering blog growth, pitching your products, writing product descriptions, going home to roost’s creative story and a list of top industry resources. additionally, each month members receive printables, patterns, illustrations & clipart, a plant based recipe, adobe illustrator tutorial, iphone & desktop background, special guest articles on creative topics and more all delivered right to their inbox!

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hi friends! today i’m excited to share this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what may brought to the roost tribe. the good news is, it’s not too late to get all of may’s content! i’ll be sending out a may recap on wednesday, june 4th to the roost tribe with all of the content in it from may so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined during this month.

that means, that if you join before wednesday, june 4th you’ll still get all of may’s content + june’s content as well- that’s two months for the price of one!

whew. got it? :)

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this tutorial covers a few things in BOTH photoshop and illustrator on how to best use a scanner for your sketches!

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a printable gift card to say ‘i love you’ to a friend or family member.

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a set of inspirational desktop & smart phone backgrounds.

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a set of silhouetted foliage illustrations and clip art.

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found flora pattern collection: use them for digital scrapbooking, as website backgrounds or print them to use as craft paper, gift wrapping and more!

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one of my favorite go to recipes: chana.

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this month’s master series article on how to use the power of positioning to supercharge your business story by tara gentile.

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simple living tips on how to travel green. photo by violet gray.

a list of favorite & useful links and resources from around the web.

plus more! being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!

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