Monday, September 17th, 2007

Holly and Tucker My name is Holly and I’m an artist and owner of a web-based rubber stamp and quilt pattern business, Eat Cake Graphics. I also manage a very cute (if I do say so myself) quilt shop.  I’ve built small websites and blogs, created logos and other artwork for some great folks, and have collaborated on some book illustrations.

I love creating – whether it be with stamps and paper or fabric and thread. However there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day to bring all the ideas in my sketchbook to fruition – but I suppose that’s a good thing.

I live in California with my husband, our three dogs and four cats.

7 Responses to “About”

  1. Mimi Hornberger Says:

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    I just found your blog and store today. It was totally by chance. As I was browsing through a stamp site, I saw that someone had made the most adorable card using some of your stamps. Well, one thing led to another and I have now spent the past two hours browsing your store and blog. I love your art, your stamps and your fun spirit.
    I am definitely adding you to my Google Reader because I want to see whenever you update your blog.
    I also wanted to let you know that if you ever consider having a design team to make cards, etc with your stamps, I would be honored if you considered me. I see so many stamp companies sky rocket just by having a few artistic people play with their stamps and spread the word on their blogs and websites. I have NEVER sent an email like this to any stamp company and I am not on any design teams. Your stamps are just so refreshing and fun that I can’t wait to get my hands on some.
    We are leaving town for a few days, but when I return, ordering from your stamp store is at the TOP of my to do list.
    Sorry to go on and on. Just, wow!
    Thanks for your time, Mimi

  2. Kathy Mae Says:

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    Hi Holly!
    Just stopped by to say “HI!” and wish you a happy holiday season. I miss seeing you!
    Love – Kathy

  3. Judy Barber Says:

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    Well, you are the cutest thing… Lynn and I stopped into the quilt shop and caused a big roar when we discovered you were behind the adorable quilts! Will be anxious to see Joe and tell him we met you and he needs you to keep on coming up to teach your patterns. When we got back on the bus the “meeting you” story was relayed by others and the cross-signing of the names on our patterns was a highlight. Now if we gather everyone in our guild together who has made your patterns, we could put on a small section in our quilt show!

    Thanks again for making our trip so memorable…

    Judy B

  4. Barb Konotopsky Says:

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    Hi Holly
    I love your stamps…I was recently introduced to the wonderful world of coloring with copic markers and now I have a few favorite artists and you are one of them.
    You defenitly will see more of me poking around here.

    Thanks again and keep up the great work,

    Barb Konotopsky

  5. Emma Says:

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    Hello Holly,

    I just purchase one of your quilt patterns “For the Brave”, love it! Question: I’m going to use the needle turn applique on my quilt, do I need to add 1/4″ seam allowance of appique pieces?

    Thanks in advance for your help!


  6. Susie Lessard Says:

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    I’m smitten – seriously! I love your online store and the characters you’ve created. And…I’m a beginning quilter. There are so many reasons why I love your site it would take much to long to list. I’m a new fan!

    Kindest regards,
    Susie ~

  7. Anthony Says:

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    Hello Holly,

    I just found a link to the DickBlick site on your site http://eatcakegraphics.com/sprinkles/2009/05/19/crayon-assignment-the-roughs/ .
    We (S3 Stores Group) are the art supplies online store, which is interested in the information support of your website.
    Could you, please, mention the URL of our website on one or more pages of your site?
    We’d be glad to have you as our information partner and to have the opportunity of a fruitful cooperation.

    Best Regards,
    Anthony Pilapil,
    S3 Stores Partner Relations Manager

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