We have all different designs. Many by customer request. We also do logos.
We have 10" letters, 12" letters and the large 19" letters.
We have many shapes, ranging from the familiar like hearts and stars, to the more complicated like the fleur de lis or the butterfly wings.
We started LivingCreation in 2011, working out of our garage. By 2015 we had outgrown our garage in Ceres and moved to a property in Modesto. We had the shop in the back and renovated the small house in front. When we moved in, there was no electricity, bathroom or kitchen. The dogs kept sitting in the car, waiting to go home.
2019 is well underway, and we are looking forward to the new year and hope to have some new designs this year.
Thank you all for your business!
Everette working the Succulent Extravaganza in 2017. He is our builder, designer and delivery boy!
Our hearts come in three sizes, 7", 13" and 17"
We also foster kittens who have been thrown away by mean people. Below please meet our current fosters.
In 2017, five kittens were dropped off in front of the office where I work. Benji didn't find a forever home, so he has a home with us. He's super put out by the new foster kittens we have with us. What a bugger!
Jon Snow and Daisy are two kitties that were fixed through feral cat spay and neuter programs. Jon Snow through the Stanislaus Animal Shelter and Daisy through the Catnetwork of Stanislaus. They now make their home with us.
Penny was one of the five kittens dropped of in 2017. She didn't find a forever home either, so now her home is with us too.
She is a super nice kitty.
One of the many kittens dropped off in our Ceres Neighborhood. Brian named him.
Sugar was a feral kitten I caught in our yard. She's our beautiful and temperamental girl.
The last of the kittens I took in last year. He is now part of the family.
My favorite flower, the morning glory.
A very interesting flower from a succulent. It has a slight odor of dead things.
A friend gave me this plant. I didn't know what it was called. The only way I found it was by googling "succulent with flower like a Toad Lily." And there it was.