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UGA alumna is creator of Liddabits

Liz Jahn (BFA '06) is a graphic designer for Arby's Restaurant Group in Atlanta, but she's found a way to make her weekends crafty and profitable, too. Jahn is the creator of "Liddabits," a line of custom celebration banners and flags for parties, special events and announcements. The banners, flags, photo props and cupcake toppers are printed on textured card stock and can be tailored to any party's theme and color scheme.

Jahn loves the fact that her products are personal and made with detail. On her Etsy shop wesbite, Jahn shares, "While I will always work on the computer, I love the fact that my end product is created with my hands. It gives my eyes a break, it satisfies my longing to interact with my pieces, and I love that feeling of slapping a shipping label on and knowing that something I put my energy and effort into is going to exist somewhere else in the world and make someone else smile."

Congratulations on your successful “job on the side,” Liz! Your products are beautiful and reflect the superb training you received at UGA.

To learn more about Liz Jahn’s fun products and Liddabits, simply click here.

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