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In The Studio

Jenny explores the new Aquario Textile Designer plug-in for Photoshop CC and shares her initial thoughts.

Jenny’s November color palette and inspiration board features warm autumn colors with pops of purple and chartruse.

Part 1 of Jenny’s creative gift guide has gift-giving ideas in a wide variety of price ranges. If you are looking for something extra special and a bit different to gift this year, check out the gift guide!

Jenny shares her favorite picks for holiday cards from Minted. The lineup includes both photo and non-photo options. See which designs made the cut!

Next up in my Design Your Week for Success series: Planning with blocks of time.

A quick primer on art licensing for anyone who is new to the concept. Licensing is super flexible and almost always benefits both the business and the artist.

How do you plan your week for success? Jenny shares her favorite analog planning tools in today’s post.

Is Adobe Textile Designer coming back? It looks like it! Check out this post to find out more and grab a link to Adobe for updates!

Learn how your small business can license art with ease! Many small business owners find art licensing too confusing or think it involves complex bookkeeping — nope! Read more to see our FAQ’s answered.

A quick review and basic overview of Photoshop CC 2021’s new Pattern Preview Mode.

Tapping into your preferred mode of communication and creativity for Valentine’s Day. Up your game this year!

Jenny writes about the books that have informed her creative practice over the years, including a new one on habits. Check out this post if your goals and planning are leaving you feeling a little less than inspired.

Find your creative sweet spot this year. In this post, I share some great classes on Creative Bug for those wanting to delve deeper into creativity.

Jenny gives an overview of the Adobe Textile Designer Plug-In for Photoshop.

So how do I sell my work if I don’t go to the shows? Well, admittedly, it puts the burden of exposure and developing relationships on me. I have to be committed to getting my name, work, and products seen.

I just hosted Thanksgiving for the first time in our newly renovated home. I have not always been in a position to have 10-14 people around the table, let alone in my kitchen and family room.. For me it’s a huge blessing to have a lovely open space to host my family now that we have renovated.

I love giving gifts! I am always on the lookout for gifts that are creative and beautiful, but also build a point of connection between you and the person to whom you are giving the gift. That’s what it’s all about, right?

I’m back again with a popular post update. Lots of people want to know what the Textile Design Lab is really all about and, more importantly, is it worth the money?

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