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Piggybacking off of last week's tutorial, this week we're creating a holiday postcard in Adobe Illustrator! We'll be using the free vectors from the holiday vector

Welcome to the first holiday tutorial of the season! To kick things off, I thought it would be fun to create custom holiday gift wrap in Adobe Illustrator. Since gift

Happy November! This year is seriously cruising by. Before we know it, we'll need to start sending out holiday cards, and if you're feeling ambitious, diy'ing some printable design work.

One of my favorite uses for the hand lettering I create is vectorizing it and using it digitally. When it's digital, you don't just have one copy anymore; you have

I've only recently started incorporating Illustrator texture brushes into my work, and I regret not doing it sooner! Illustrator texture brushes offer so much hand made feel with such little

On Tuesday, we walked step by step, creating our own hipster-style clothing tag vector shapes and designs from scratch in Illustrator. Knowing which shape you'd like your tag to

It's been a little while since I shared a freebie texture, so today I'm sharing some ink textures! I started using these rolled ink textures in my artwork a while ago,

Keeping with the brush/india ink theme this week, this week's freebie is a pack of 20 vector brush textures! Add quick texture to portions of your artwork or use as

Have you ever run into a situation where you know adding a little - just a little bit - of subtle texture could take something you've done to the next level? This

Happy 2015! To ring in the new year freebie-style, this week's freebie is a set of 5 unique hand drawn vector bursts. Use these on invitations, web banners, social media

Hey friends, I'm back! Thanks so much for understanding the small break - we're still very much in the midst of unpacking + cleaning every square inch of the apartment,

Dividers are one of the handiest design elements out there. Whether online or in print, they help to separate information, add style to a layout, and even a little personality.