Though originally studying to be a forensic psychologist, Steph did a sporadic 180 and instead went to school for 2d animation (you know, the hand-drawn kind), an industry in which she was employed for several years before realizing that she preferred to work with images that didn't move. Currently working as a freelance illustrator, web & graphic designer, children's book artist, and hobbyist photographer, Steph began Giveable Greetings as a side project for her more quirky, vintage- and retro-inspired art. Currently offering cards and gift tags, she plans to branch out and incorporate her designs into other media. Her cards can be found for sale at the Outer Layer in Toronto, Ontario, as well as online. She is taking part in the Sketchbook Project 2012, and can be found on Store Envy, Etsy, Facebook, and Twitter.
I was sent nine of Giveable Greetings cards, and was impressed by the quality of the cards. These are not your average greeting cards! The graphics are so cute, with great detail. I was going to take pictures of my cards but honestly my photos would not show all the beauty on each card. Here is an example from Giveable Greetings site:
|One of my favorites!!|
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"Giveable Greetings: Quirky & fun with a dash of sass & a lot of pun"* I received the products mentioned above for evaluation purposes. All opinions are 100% mine. The biography of Steph was written by Steph herself.*