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New Guest Blog - Positive Posts with Letitia Buchan

23rd January, 2012
Lucy Feagins
Monday 23rd January 2012

Joining us on the Guest Blog this week - illustrator Letitia Buchan with a week of 'positive posts'!

If you recall our interview with Melbourne illustrator Letitia Buchan last year, you'll remember Letitia is a whizz with hand-drawn lettering - her impressive portfolio of work contains  so many beautiful examples of hand-drawn type, often spelling out inspiring positive affirmations or favourite song lyrics!

This week we've invited Letitia to join us on the Guest Blog, sharing five brand new illustrations, each with a powerful positive message!  Letitia says she has always written down positive statements, goals or affirmations for display around the house, to keep her motivated and on track with her work and creative endeavours. We thought it would be wonderful for Letitia to share some of these with us - the perfect way to kick-start 2012 with some positive creative energy!

Letitia has created 5 new artworks based on 5 of her goals for 2012 - each statement is a simple, powerful phrase with universal relevance.

We're also super excited that Letitia has offered a giveaway to tie in with her inspired Guest Blog this week! TWO lucky readers will win two of Letitia's beautiful new A3 signed prints pictured below!  Simply leave your comment on any of Letitia's Guest Blog posts before 10.00pm this Thursday (that's Australia Day!). The two winners will be announced on Friday morning!

Massive thanks to Letitia for sharing a daily dose of optimism with us this week on the Guest Blog! Don't forget to share the positive vibes with a little visit to Letitia's own wonderful website and blog!

Two beautiful new A3 prints kindly offered by Letitia for a Guest Blog giveaway!

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