“Offering gourmet music, Under the Radar highlights some of the best undiscovered and under-appreciated tunes from Christian artists. In this one-hour weekly program, host Dave Trout shares stories, spiritual insight, and exclusive artist interviews to discover the depth of faith and creativity found in the music. Listeners participate by suggesting some of the best hidden gems in their own music collections that the world needs to hear.”
Working with Under the Radar for Giants & Pilgrims has been absolutely wonderful. They’ve been so supportive and their Escape to the Lake event was a highlight last year. (Which we’re playing again this year in July!)
We’re thrilled and honored to be featured on this episode. And they timed it the week before the album release, because they’re amazing.
Kyle Steed is a wonderful and accomplished artist. You’ve seen his work in commercials (the Walgreen’s new font) or maybe you’re one of his followers on Instagram (he’s one of their featured gramm-ers, with good reason: ). And Giants & Pilgrims LOVES him, his family, and his work.
Kyle graciously donated some of his doodling time to make a beautiful, hand lettered illustration for our February Almanac. We present it here now for download in postcard format. We suggest you print it on card-stock, cut out the postcards, and write a note to someone you care about.
The words come straight from our Almanac “poetic intro” for February, with the theme of “SEND”.
Click the link below to download a printable pdf of the postcards:
See more of Kyle’s work at www.kylesteed.com
So these are snowflake patterns from crochet directions that Betony designed to make beautiful all on their own! Below are a myriad of creative ideas as to how to use them.
We hope they make for a great addition to your home, celebrating this winter season. And perhaps they can be an indoor activity to do in the Great Cold happening right now!
Click the link below to download the pdf:
Print them out on card stock paper, cut them out and sting them together to make a beautiful winter garland.
Print them on vellum paper and hang in your windows.
Copy and paste them to make into your own notecards, stationary, or thank you notes. Hobby Lobby or Michaels have great blank printable cards that you can just run through your home printer.
Print them (or send off to Office Max or office store) on sticker paper and cut out as stickers.
Use as a drawing reference to draw or paint your own intricate snowflake designs.
Print them out on decal paper and transfer to candles
Use as an embroidery pattern on a pillow
Print it out on fabric using this freezer paper method:
Create a seasonal cheese tray with a wood cutting board and the wax paper transfer method shown here: http://www.unexpectedelegance.com/2011/09/01/wax-paper-transfer-tutorial/
Save those free ugly coasters from your local brewery and mod-podge these designs over the top.