I Did It! (My First Printable)

I have always loved all the amazing printable subway art that people have created all over the internet. Throw in the "Keep Calm" trend and you will have free art for every holiday for every wall in your house.


Well I finally did it. I made my own subway art and it wasn't difficult. In fact I'm embarrassed I didn't try it earlier. Maybe embarrassed isn't the right word, but at least marginally disappointed with myself.

So the dealio (yep, that's right... I said dealio... well it's my blog and I can use embarrassing words if I want to) is that I have an office. Like a real office with a door that shuts. Jealous? Well you should be until you learn that it has no windows and is the size of a prison cell. Actually, it still is pretty cool. The cooler part though is that I can decorate it. Currently it has framed Monet prints that were there when I got there and they have gots-to-go. So what does a poor girl saving for a wedding and house do when she has an office to decorate? She gets crafty. My goal is to not spend more than $150 on turning my drab cell into a fabulous office that puts me in a great mood. Because when you are in sales, attitude is everything.

So long story short (too late)... I created my first subway art to be framed and put up on my wall. Since I'm in commercial printing, I decided to use print terms. Funny how 6 months ago I knew maybe two words that ended up on my art, but now I use them everyday. Since I'm sure that very few people actually would want a commercial print subway art printable, I'm not going to host the full printable. However, if you strangely do want one, leave me a comment with your email address and I'll send it to you. 


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