redlinedesign®: notebooks

by Sarah November 21, 2013

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As I mentioned earlier this week, the redlinedesign® shop has gone through a major overhaul for the holidays and will reopen tomorrow at 10 am with all new hand drawn and painted illustrations and notebooks, just in time for your holiday gift giving. The image in the photo was an illustration designed by me based upon Ukrainian Folk Art and a course I took this fall with Lilla Rogers. It is my interpretation of the beautiful hand drawings and design that comes out of the Ukraine and also some of the motifs that you see on hand drawn Easter Eggs from the area. I have loved the designs and the eggs since I was a little girl and I had so much fun revisiting my childhood when I created these.

The notebooks are pocket size: 3.5×5 and are a perfect stocking stuffer or hostess gift. The pages inside are blank. Each notebook purchased this holiday season will come with a pencil to help get those creative lists started.

To get on the early bird list for the shop opening don’t forget to sign up here: earlybird list and receive a special discount code for 20% off your first order.




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