and they called it gocco love…

Yep, it’s official. I have gocco fever. I bought my PG-5 a couple of months ago and have been looking for excuses to use her ever since. I’m a frustrated designer so I have to rely on my computer skills to create artwork. I could go on and on about how awesome the gocco is, but I don’t want to bore you. It is just fabulous.

For the Christmas cards and tags I used the Gutenburg library and found a hand puppet book.



Calendars I used some of Designfruit’s brushes. Awesome brushes



I also went nuts designing and creating birthday cards, the flower graphic is from this awesome Japanese book that comes with a CD that has EPS and JPG files. I recoloured the graphic and changed the pattern. I have enough of these for the next 5 years…slight exageration 🙂


All the white paper is Freelife Vellum. The black is just a test on some random cardstock I had in the stash.

More pics over at flickr.

10 thoughts on “and they called it gocco love…

  1. Carson says:

    Nice prints.
    Oh, you don’t have to tell me how fab the gocco is! Al was kind enough to lend me hers a while ago, and let’s just say after that, yep, I had to ask Santa for one!


  2. Connie says:

    Beautiful cards! I just splurged on a gocco (pg-5 too) that I have yet to use. I’m trying to come up with a design for my wedding invitations and I think the flower is just perfect! Just to be sure, it is the japanese style book, right? Do you know if they allow you to buy just one pattern somewhere? TIA!!!


  3. Tina says:

    I can tell you love your gocco. These look so good. How do you like the Petit Pattern books? I was thinking of getting some. It’s hard ordering books that you can’t physically look at first.


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