Thanks to everyone who left me comments to my previous project "Skechbook." For me is very surprising that so ma ny peo ple liked it. This set includes new designs, as well as those that I just forgot to show the last time. To avoid repetition, I will write here the answers to frequently asked questions.
Wicked Good Chocolate Peanut Butter Pudding Cups. They’re from the book, Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey Treats for Kids by Jill O’Connor and just as good as their name states. Jill sent me and my niece a copy of her book as a little thank you for a post I did inspired by her Cheesecake Pops.
Here is a collection of 50 Japanese town logos that incorporate stylized kanji characters into the design. Fujinomiya (Shizuoka): The kanji 宮 ( miya ) inside a cherry blossom with Mt Fuji petals Fukuyama (Hiroshima): Bat-shaped 山 ( yama ) denotes old name of Kōmoriyama ("Bat Mountain") Ibaraki (Ōsaka): The kanji 茨 ( ibara ) in the shape of a pigeon Nishino-omote (Kagoshima): The kanji 西 ( nishi ) Ōme (Tōkyō): The kanji 青 ( ao ) and plum blossom ( ume ) signify 青梅 (Ōme)