Wordless{ish} Wednesday: Things I forget…

Sooooo, back in early May I put my artwork on display, at Starbucks, for a month… totally and completely forgot to even mention it! Look, I took photos and everything. Hee! Well, I should be taking them down in a few days, but if you will be at the Orenco Station Starbucks, in Hillsboro (Oregon) this week… say hello to my illustrations!

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42 comments

  • Elena on said:

    That is so cool! I love Ruari by the wall with her little sparkly red shoes!

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  • Nicole Andrews on said:

    I've worked at that Starbucks a few times. It's a good one.

  • andrea on said:

    Congrats! Your art work is so cute. Starbucks was lucky to have it for a month!

  • Zena on said:

    Beautiful art and beautiful shot. And your site is also fantastic

  • Camilleta on said:

    By the way, your little one is too cute. I have to get my daughter those shoes!

      • Camilleta on said:

        Gotta love thrift! 🙂

  • Camilleta on said:

    That's awesome! I don't think the Starbucks around here do that.

  • Tiffany on said:

    I love your little girl's pose. So adorable!

  • bipolarmomlife on said:

    You make beautiful art. When I read at the bottom that they're at the Hillsboro Starbucks, I was like, wait! We were just in Hillsboro!!! {My photo this week is my daughter on my husband's fathers' family farm in Hillsboro, Wisconsin}. Tiny, tiny town though, and I don't think they even have a Starbucks. 🙂

  • maria on said:

    You should write/illustrate a Children's book! I call dibs on the first copy 🙂

  • Makaila on said:

    Soo cool!!! If I'm ever on that side of town, I will pop in and have a real life view! Excited to meet you Friday! Is there going to be a before the party link up party so I can spy who will be there?!

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      I was going post a little thing on Friday with all the links to the attendees, but other than that. Nope. I will have a linky set up for Sunday to share any PNW Blogger Posts you write. Yay! Can't believe it's almost here!

  • alissa4illustration on said:

    Illustration was my major all through getting my MFA. I love these! So sweet!

  • maria on said:

    You should write/illustrate a children's book….. I'd buy it.

  • Run DMT on said:

    How cool is that?! Congrats! You showcased some beautiful pieces.

  • Fallon on said:

    This makes me miss Portland! I am glad to be heading up there for the PNW Meet up!!!

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      Thank you! I warned them ahead of time that I only had old vintage gold frames. 🙂

  • Laura on said:

    Your work is really lovely! Any chance these will be available in your shop? 😀

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      They could be. I just don't sell too many prints. You just let me know what you like. 🙂

  • bebehblog on said:

    Oh, I love the one with the bee! How cool is it that all those people saw your art?

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      Very cool! I felt like a kid in school… taking a photo next to my artwork. 😉

  • Serendipity is Sweet on said:

    That is very cool. Good for you! They look beautiful!! Sorry to say I'm on the opposite side of the country or I'd love to swing by and take a peek 😉

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      Hee! Well, maybe I'll get some stuff in other states some time. 😉

  • melissa on said:

    i love the bee! that would be a seriously amazing tattoo…hmmm. what do you think? your artwork engrained on me forever? lol.

  • Heather on said:

    Your stuff is great!! How fun to have it displayed at Starbucks (one of my favorite places). Ruari looks so cute w/ her little pose. She's getting so big!

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      She is. She actually wanted me to take a photo…. that's different. 🙂

  • Missa on said:

    I love that your starbucks supports local artists! What great exposure for you 🙂

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      It's very cool! Most of the Starbucks in Oregon do this. <3

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