more subway art for you!

Been busy getting the Subway Art up to date on the upcoming holidays.

Check these out for Graduation and Mother’s Day!
Both are just $1.

[ Comes in PNG as well as SVG/STUDIO/DXF/AIv8 ]


[ Comes in PNG as well as SVG/STUDIO/DXF/AIv8 ]


But wait . . . there’s more!

You can now buy these eight holiday subway art images–including the new Family one–in a specialty pack for just $5.50.

Price: $5.50

This would make an amaaazing Mother’s Day gift! I plan on getting laser jet transparencies–so they are totally clear–and then cut out the titles in vinyl, put them on the transparency, and put the first one into a glass frame (the rest into a folder). This way you can have the illusion of putting ‘vinyl on glass’, but yet you can easily swap out the holiday each month without going to all the work of putting vinyl on and taking it off the glass. What a pain that would be. :) I think I’ll tie up a cute ribbon with it too–probably on the side.

Or, just have a simple black frame that you can swap out the color photo printed versions (they are 8×10).

OH! And I found these really cool clips to hold/hang frames at Crate+Barrel today. Looove these!
They just had individual clips to buy.

so.fun.

2017-02-07T18:28:07+00:00 May 9th, 2012|digital kits|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Beth R May 12, 2012 at 6:30 am

    Now that is a fantastic idea !
    I really like the look of the the subway art and own a couple of them, but have not displayed any of them for just this reason. What a pain to change out all those letters. Your idea solves all those issues and I am loving those clips.
    Thanks for the great ideas and the amazing kits. True Love
    P.S. Almost ready to buy my cameo…..yay!

  2. Mary Bristol December 8, 2014 at 8:49 am

    Kerri
    A few years back I purchased a digital ‘kit’ from you with instruction on creating a personalized subway art poster. I think it was from you anyway, a friend asked about it and wants to create some similar pieces for here children. I found my files that came with it ‘beba, js grungy edges and stars’ if that helps. I couldn’t find the product on your site by doing a search. If you could help so I could pass the link on to her it would be much appreciated.
    Thanks
    Mary

    • Kerri December 8, 2014 at 9:10 am

      I think that was probably a Jessica Sprague item (with the ‘js’ in the filename).
      I know she had a class on how to make subway art once.
      I just sell my own in the ‘holiday’ genre. :)

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