Red Crane Tattoos & Awesome Shoes

Back in November a lovely Etsy shopper in the UK, named Catherine, contacted me about ordering a set of our Red Origami Crane Thank You Cards.  She was getting married in April and wanted to use them as thank you cards after her wedding.  She also told me that she loved my crane design so much that she was hoping to get it tattooed in celebration of her impending nuptials.  She wanted to know if it was okay with me for her to use my design as a tattoo.  Frankly, I found the idea totally exciting, and said yes.

I was extra excited to wake up this morning and discover an email from Catherine.  She got married last week and sent us a photo of her awesome wedding shoes, with our little red crane peeking out from them.

(Photo Courtesy of Julie Tinton Photography)

Isn’t that totally awesome?!?  I’m honored.  Plus, I LOVE her shoes.  I’m so excited that  Catherine shared this photo with us and that she loved my little crane artwork so much that she wanted to carry it with her forever.  : )

Above is an image of the original card design that Catherine had her tattoo based off of.  These cards are available in our Etsy Store as singles and in packages of six or ten.  Larger quantities and bulk pricing is available for larger orders.  If you’d like some little red cranes of your own, go check them out!

Thanks so much for sharing, Catherine!  You rock!

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Catherine - April 23, 2012 - 7:54 am

What a lovely blog post! I’m glad you enjoyed the photo of the little red crane peeking out from my shoes! It was a shot that I really wanted to get! Is it bad I picked these shoes to show the tattoo off!? There is another blue crane hidden away underneath :)

The Thank You cards are great and tie in with our theme so well. We’ve been so blessed with loving friends and family that we’ve had to order another set of cards!

Leah - May 10, 2012 - 3:10 pm

I can’t tell you how much I love everything going on in this whole post! <3

Kristin - May 10, 2012 - 3:28 pm

I’m glad you liked the post Leah! I was very flattered that Catherine wanted my design as a tattoo. <3

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