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Happy 4-20

Well it’s that time of year we are reminded to go green, slow down, relax and enjoy life. It’s a time for people to come together, hang out and have a good time. Sure, there are other things going on today and we at Scary Creative believe that everybody has to find there own path to happiness. So do what you have to do to enjoy yourself.

So let the celebration continue with GUITARS AND GIRLS!

Custom design, 4-20 friendly “Budocaster” made by Scary. Beautiful Guitar, being displayed by beautiful girls. It doesn’t get much better then this!

Custom design, 4-20 friendly "Budocaster". Beautiful Guitar, being displayed by beautiful girls. It doesn't get much better then this!

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Another Masterpiece Guitar

A new customer recently walked into our shop. He had been advised to talk to Scary Creative

to create and produce a unique logo to make his custom one of a kind Pink Ivory guitars ready to showcase to the world. We are happy to share a photo of the end product.

I really want to thank you for being part of the team in the creation of “Speakman” guitars.

Paul Speakman

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Gray Skies Don’t Stop Us

It’s Thursday and the weekend is almost here, but before we take some time for rest, relaxation and rock n’ roll, we have some work to do. Nothing says Thursday like DESIGN! and that”s what we find our selves doing today. Our friends over at The Cali Connection have request some printing for a new contest they with be holding. You can check their website soon for more details. We also have some design work for a couple of custom guitar that with proudly being displaying the Shiner Beer logo. We with upload images as they come, as we are in the top secret stages of design at the moment. Then to keep the ball rolling Orly has just placed an order of rub on transfers this morning. Here at Scary Creative, we find ourselves creating logos for cosmetic company as mock ups of label designs for everything from shampoo bottles to nail polish. So there you have it, further proof that you can use a rub on transfer for just about anything.