Tuesday, July 27, 2010

"Qui Que" French Who Dat Shirts- http://ht.ly/2hvgZ


Monday, July 26, 2010

Elope to New Orleans then do a cruise for your honeymoon-http://ht.ly/2cbq6
Who is the ghost in Pirates Alley? - http://ht.ly/2cPQy

Saturday, July 17, 2010

New Orleans, French Quarter Magnets http://ping.fm/067Ll http://ht.ly/2cS4k

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Easy to elope to New Orleans


Elope to New Orleans in historical spots in parks or French Quarter, see link http://ht.ly/1WDaB


New Orleans is fast becoming a favorite destination spot for weddings. The city is full of history and has protected its old buildings in the original city center called the French Quarter. Many historic buildings rent spots for weddings.


Just get a license from the New Orleans Marriage License Office at 1010 Common Street, make an appointment with Chaplain and do a ceremony before 2 witness in a historical setting in the French Quarter or lovely City Park.

Read more of the details here-http://www.figstreet.com/guesthouse/weddings.html

For details and more information on how to elope to New Orleans also see this news article http://ht.ly/2G7oS


Jerry Schwehm, a New Orleans native, has performed weddings in the Greater New Orleans area, as an officiant for 20 years. A retired clergyman and former Justice of the Peace he has married couples in swamps, hotels, homes, and the usual places. Couples contact him to elope to the historic New Orleans French Quarter and its lovely parks from all over the USA. He is President of the American Association of Wedding Officiants. He can be reached via email.


Sample Wedding Ceremony and Vows: Link: http://bit.ly/bfOkow 



Simple Basic Wedding Ceremony
 The step which you are about to take is the most important into which human beings can come. It is a union of two people founded upon mutual respect and affection. Your lives will change, your responsibilities will increase, but your joy will be multiplied if you are sincere and earnest with your pledge to one another.
 __(Groom)___________, will you have this woman to be your wedded wife, to love her, comfort her, honor and keep her, and forsaking all others, keep you only unto her, for so long as you both shall live? 
_ (Bride)____________, will you have this man to be your wedded husband, to love him, comfort him, honor and keep him, and forsaking all others, keep you only unto him, so long as you both shall live?
 Take hands and repeat after me: I, __(Groom)___________, take you, __(Bride)___________, to be my wedded wife, to have and to hold, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, to love and to cherish, from this day forward.
 I, ___(Bride)________, take you, _(Groom)__________, to be my wedded husband, to have and to hold, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, to love and to cherish, from this day forward.
 Do you have a ring for the bride?   Please place the ring on the bride's finger and say: With this ring, I thee wed. 
Is there a ring for the groom? Please place the ring on the groom's finger and say: With this ring I thee wed. 
Let these rings be given and received as a token of your affection, sincerity and fidelity to one another.
 In as much as _____________ and _____________ have consented together in wedlock and have witnessed the same before this company, and pledged their vows to each other, by the authority vested in me by the State of Louisiana, I now pronounce you husband and wife. (You may now kiss .)

Wedding then a cruise is easy in the Big Easy


Wedding then a cruise is easy in the Big Easy. - Click link for details http://ht.ly/27AL3
New Orleans is an easy place to get married then hop onto a cruise ship for a spectacular honeymoon. Carnival Cruise Lines will return to New Orleans when the 2,974-passenger Carnival Conquest and 2,052-passenger Carnival Ecstasy are to operate year-round departures beginning in fall 2011. This adds to the three already home-ported vessels at the Port of New Orleans. Getting a marriage license is simple and it is possible to get married the same day if certain conditions are met.

Close The Hole T Shirt from Zazzle.com

Close The Hole T Shirt from Zazzle.com

Monday, July 05, 2010

Defend Gulf Coast- Fist Tee Shirts

Defend Gulf Coast- Fist Tee Shirts from Zazzle.com


I make 10% profit off this shirt and most all the art I sell at Zazzle.. I assure you the $2 to $3 I get goes directly to my survival. Meaning I pay bills, get food, etc. So you see I need to sell a lot of shirts to keep up. The economic turn down did more damage to my art sales then the oil spill but the local people have less disposable income, thus less desire to buy silly shirts. So I appreciate if the rest of you guys either buy a shirt or just tell other people that I exist and sell art and other gift items from Louisiana. If you do that there is less chance I become a burden to others and can keep paying my bills on time. Thanks for stopping in my blog. Now go out and tell other people about my art sales on the web.

Qui Que Black Cat

Qui Que Cat Shirts from Zazzle.com

Qui Que Fist T-shirts Fig Street

Qui Que Fist T-shirts from Zazzle.com
Say Cajun "Qui Que" "Who Dat" Group -Personal Stories, Forums and Chat: http://ht.ly/2754i

Saturday, July 03, 2010

4th of July Art Sale

4th of July Weekend Sale 17.76% OFF ALL ORDERS!! Shirts, Art, more - http://ht.ly/26DSK

4th of July Weekend Sale - 17.76% OFF ALL ORDERS!! Use Code: ZAZZLEUSAUSA

Save 17.76 % off all orders for 3 days of celebration. Now is the time to get art, shirts, cards, buttons, magnets from Fig Street Studio on the web.
Pre-Order Christmas Cards save money now. Get prints for gifts, get shirts and more from New Orleans.



Starry Night Riverboat print
Starry Night Riverboat by figstreetstudio
Browse all the art at Zazzle




Jackson Square-NOLA Print from Zazzle.com

Jackson Square-NOLA Print from Zazzle.com

Real Men Boil Crawfish Aprons from Zazzle.com

Real Men Boil Crawfish Aprons from Zazzle.com

Real Men Boil Crawfish apron
Real Men Boil Crawfish by figstreetstudio
Create your own aprons at zazzle.com

Real Men Eat Raw Oysters Apron from Zazzle.com

Real Men Eat Raw Oysters Apron from Zazzle.com

Lobster Apron from Zazzle.com

Lobster Apron from Zazzle.com
Lobster Apron apron
Lobster Apron by figstreetstudio
Create aprons at zazzle.com

Kiss My Grits Apron from Zazzle.com

Kiss My Grits Apron from Zazzle.com

Road Kill Cafe Aprons from Zazzle.com

Road Kill Cafe Aprons from Zazzle.com

Real Men Wear Aprons, Design Wins Award

You've won a Zazzle Artist Award!
Congratulations, figstreetstudio!
Your product, Real Men Wear Aprons, has been hand-picked as an example of creativity at its finest. Out of the billions of designs on Zazzle, yours was chosen for being one of the best.
As a reward, your product will appear at the top of the page listed below in the "Featured Designs" section for approximately 2 weeks. This means you, your product, and your store will be center stage!
See it featured on Aprons For Men

Thursday, July 01, 2010

Super Fan Fleur De Lis Tshirts from Zazzle.com

Super Fan Fleur De Lis Tshirts from Zazzle.com

Two Dat Fleur De Lis, T Neck Ties from Zazzle.com

Two Dat Fleur De Lis, T Neck Ties from Zazzle.com
New Orleans Football "Two Dat" Fleur De Lis Black Shirts http://ht.ly/25NJW

New Orleans Football Two Dat Fleur De Lis Shirts

Some of my football shirts were removed by another party claiming to own rights to certain words. We lose words from the dictionary all the time by people registering words as trademarks then threatening to file suits against us small time artists. It is a shame we are losing words like that and my art too. I assume one day all the words will be gone and no one can use them in art. I think Conress should look into the abuse of registering trademarks just to make a buck and stop artists from creating art.




Two Dat Fleur De Lis Shirts from Zazzle.com




Tuba Head Remembers Pontchartrain Beach Magnets

Tuba Head Remembers Pontchartrain Beach Magnets from Zazzle.com

Zephyr Rollercoaster Pontchartrain Beach T-shirts from New Orleans Fig Street

Zephyr Rollercoaster Pontchartrain Beach T-shirts from Zazzle.com