Saturday, October 22, 2011

Happy Halloween Let Them Eat Candy !

    HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM MARIE !!  Trick or Treat Let Them Eat Candy !  Little Marie and her Halloween friends playing at the graveyard creepy as they come but so cute and whimsical. 

Marie Antoinette Sociere Diabolique.....or The Vamprye's Ball.  Still available at www,

Comtesse de la Dracule cards.   Spooky and Pink !!   Still available at

One of my favorite holidays or events is of course Halloween !   We've had fast and furious sales of our Halloween cards and it's been a whirlwind to produce them all for our wonderful clients.  So.....thought to showcase them on the blog and say Happy Halloween to you all !   BOO !!

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Paper Nosh Blog Feature in Romantic Country Magazine

Sharing our feature in Romantic Country Magazine with you :)  A very nice and thoughtful article by Fifi O'Neil in their Blog Spot section.   Very sweet to see my blog design.   I had the thought of wanting to make the blog like my cards....very Marie Antoinette and colorful....again something that would say
" Paulette designed that ! " at a glance.  I am always so humbled when I see something of mine in a large publication.....mind you I haven't been in that many, but it always jolts me to run across is that mine ?!!

It looks so pretty in glossy print and as always I love the magazine.   Thank you to Fifi and Romantic Country Magazine !

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Thank You Steven

"Your time is limited so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary."
~ Steve Jobs

A small but important quote. I lived in the Santa Clara/San Jose area in the 70's and remember all the early conversations and talk about the new innovation in personal computers and two guys who were creating one in their garage. Later on we saw Steven at restaurants and gatherings and I was even introduced to him in what seems like the long ago. It's hard to believe he's gone...he's part of my generation and I am taking it hard. When I found the quote above I felt it relevant to all of us who quest to do something different and persevere through life's bumps to achieve our dream.

Thanks for a brilliant shining life Steven! You'll be missed.

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