Monthly Archives

September 2016

  • Free inspirational printable from Raye Allison Creations. This week's quote is from"Live, Laugh, Love." Printables are great for home or office decor, classrooms, church bulletin boards, and so much more!

    Printable Creations | Live, Laugh, Love

    I recently finished doing the One Month to Live bible study and the three word saying I chose this week encompasses a lot of the thoughts in the book. The book…

  • Creativity is different for everyone so this week I wanted to share quotes about what creativity means. Hopefully they inspire you and your creativity.

    Creativity Is: 12 Quotes to Inspire Your Creativity

    I believe creativity is something we all have. It isn’t just used by artists and designers. Every job is creative in some form or fashion, creativity just manifests itself differently in…

  • Free inspirational printable from Raye Allison Creations. This week's quote is from Emily Dickinson, "I dwell in possibility." Printables are great for home or office decor, classrooms, church bulletin boards, and so much more!

    Printable Creations | Dwell in Possibility

    Possibility is a thing that may happen but is open in whether that thing is a chance, a choice, or has potential. In Emily Dickinson’s quote, I think she is talking…

  • Free inspirational printable from Raye Allison Creations. This week's quote is "Be the most brilliant color in the box." Printables are great for home or office decor, classrooms, church bulletin boards, and so much more!

    Printable Creations | Dare to be Happy

    Happy September! I still can’t believe the summer is already over and fall is on it’s way in. When I first saw this quote by Gertrude Stein, it really made me…

  • I wanted to dive into my design and lettering process a little and look at my top 5 favorite Adobe Illustrator tools.

    My Top 5 Favorite Adobe Illustrator Tools

    I absolutely love the Adobe programs (See: Photoshop logo pillow on my desk chair). I got my first taste of Adobe InDesign in 7th grade and haven’t looked back since. Until…