Author: Erin

Busy Day

I’ve kept busy all day working on image copyright watermarking things so it’s harder for people to steal my work without having to do some extra work.  Tis a shame things like that have to be done but they world can be an ugly place. I also finished a birthday card for someone whose birthday in February and I still have two more to designs and a Valentines Card for my hubby to start working on. February sure  is a busy month for gifting people!

This morning before anything else, I put up a baby registry at Target … I think I have most of everything that baby needs and that I want for her to have on there.  If you want to get anything for sweet little Melody you can find the registry by putting my name in ERIN LOWMASTER. Do feel free… we’d appreciate it ^^

I made bread today… it wasnt’ a rock this time like it was last time but it was still a bit hard… it rose alot more… next time I am going to not use the bread machine and see if that helps any.

I am about to retire for the evening… I just got done logging my daily art, sending new art over to my gallery, and logging my earnings in several places for easy reference. What a busy mom am I!

Art Thief

Someone stole my artwork/design and was using to to their own profit on their Zazzle site. They’ve yet to take the image off but have been reported for copyright violation by myself, several of my family members and close friends. I found them because their product with my design on it was featured as a TBA ( Today’s Best ) this morning. The nerve of some people and when confronted by myself she flat out lied and said she drew the image…. I am hoping this situation gets taken care of as soon as possible as it can be a real pain to any artist! Please pray this gets resolved a.s.ap!

MiamiAngel has removed the products with my art on it but remains smug remaining as she is the one that created it and tells lies that others are also claiming the work at their own.  BEWARE of her and other art thieves out there…and to you art thieves be worried because stealing other people’s work holds you against a serious offense in the court of law.