Pumpkin Carving Social Media Invitation

Pumpkin Carving Time!

It’s that time of year again! From roasting seeds, to baking desserts, to carving those scary ol’ pumpkins, I go all out for Halloween! This year, I’m featuring handmade pumpkin buttermilk donuts alongside Opal Apple Cider n’ Fireball Whiskey. Betch’a didn’t even realize how great a combo warm cider ‘n whiskey is! Well, pour yourself a glass, heat it up, and check out these Facebook banner graphics I designed for the festivities. They’ll get you in the mood to slice n dice pumpkins! And get in touch if you’re interested in a custom design for your special event! Continue reading “Pumpkin Carving Time!”

Captain Potter’s Pizza Party Invites

To thank my friends for their encouragement and loyalty throughout the year, for my birthday, I always throw them an outrageously fun party. Sometimes it’s an afternoon in the town, other times it’s a crazy night in the city—but this year, I hosted a low key pirate themed costume party at home! It was like being 12 again, with the addition of adult punch and better pinata stuffing. And I designed my own cute invitations to get people jazzed on Facebook! Visit my photo blog, Pistol Pix, to see pictures and read heartfelt thanks to everyone who made this year amazing! Visit Pistol Pix

Solstice Flappers

Fremont Solstice Parade 2014

Did you see the solo air guitarist on the roof of the Beer Garden?  Speaker tits handing out refreshments to bikers?  The outrageous flappers dancing all funky for us? The Road Warrior style band?  Did you hear the Nintendo theme?!  Ooh, we worshipped the sun well this year, Seattle!  And the after party at Gasworks keeps getting bigger ‘n better each year.  Check out the 2014 Naked Bicyclists and the Fremont Fair’s Solstice Parade below, and make sure to come out for 2015.  It’s the most amazing event in all of Seattle! Continue reading “Fremont Solstice Parade 2014”

Best Farmer’s Market at the Center of the Universe

There’s many cool-but-costly events which bring the community together in Seattle, but if you’re looking for a free, unique year-round destination, visit the Fremont Sunday Market. Fremont is a wondrous place in itself, where time slows down, yet everyone stays active with personal hobbies and community interests. Continue reading “Best Farmer’s Market at the Center of the Universe”