to smile print / breanna rose

One of my past clients, Jessica Marx, recently contacted me to make a print that she wanted to gift her husband. The first thing he ever wrote to her was this quote — “to think of you is to smile,” which I thought was adorable and agreed to the project. We both thought something simple would be best and because the original note was handwritten, I did the same.

The great news is that Jessica decided to print a bunch of extras and is selling them in her shop. This is my second collaboration on a print this year and I’ve loved every second of it. Hopefully I can do more of that in the coming months + you can still purchase my “Make it Happen” print right here. With that said, the above print comes in two color palettes. Black background / white text. Or White background / black text. There may be more options in the future, but for now, we’re keeping it simple! You can find more details and purchase this little guy right here. I have it above my work wall and love how it adds to my collection. Enjoy!

  1. Absolutely a great phrase to the occasion! I could hardly say it so beautifully in so little words. :)

  2. alicia says:

    That’s really sweet :)

  3. Milynn says:

    how sweet is that?? Beautiful print too :)

  4. Ruth says:

    Uber cute!!

  5. Kory says:

    This is so gorgeous! Wonderful work! :)

  6. Shirsha says:

    It is the sweetest print! I am getting married in June and I think I am gonna snag this for the now-boyfriend, by-then husband! :)

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  8. Kristin B says:

    Another lovely, lovely print and very sweet sentiment too. :)
    P.S. And thanks for pimping out the “make it happen” one in the shop again! Killin’ it in sales on that bad boy.

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