Where my mom lives, there’s an event hosted by a big birdwatching group called the “Hour of Winter Birds.” Every January, people count the birds in their backyards and submit their findings, and the group makes an amazing interactive map out of the data. For Christmas, I took the five most common birds in my mom’s area according to the map (eurasian tit, eurasian tree sparrow, great tit, house sparrow, and common blackbird) and made an illustration out of them for her. It was very nostalgic to remember the species I’d seen at the birdfeeder so many times!
Shop Thank You Cards
It became more difficult to do full-blown individual thank-you doodles for people who ordered from my shop, so instead I decided to design little postcards that I scribbled thank-you notes on before sending out. I changed the design every month, so repeat buyers could get a new surprise each time! Pictured are September’s, October’s, and […]