My name is Isabella and I'm 36 years old. I am a Virgo, and love all things creative. I dabble in graphic design and writing. Isabella Incredimail is about my fifth identity I have used in creating Incredimail stationery--and hopefully the last. Others include Isa's Designs, EveryLittleThingSheDoes, d'izzy digital, and hellzbelle productions, respectively. You will find these various names stamped in the footer of each letter. It's a pretty good indication of how recently the letter was made. I'd like to think I've grown as a creator through the years, but I'll let you be the judge.
My creative experience consists simply of trial and error. I don't have any formal education in the matter. I have been playing around with Paint
Shop Pro for many years now. Every time I think I've almost figured out the program, Corel (and formerly Jasc) come out with a new version and I have to
learn the program all over again. Such is life.
Things I love that you will probably see plenty of: Angelina, most obviously--she is my hero. Brad Pitt. Cherries. Keith Garv's artwork. Luscious,
full lips. Pretty or hunky brunettes. Rich colors. Awesome fonts (although I can't share them on the site, I will continue to use them in my letters).
Shoes. Lean, strong men. Beautiful flowers. Mark Vanderloo, the male supermodel. I don't have hang-ups about homosexuality, so you will
occasionally find same-sex letters on this site. Especially if I find a particularly sexy graphic. I love sexuality in all forms, and will occasionally
make some Very Adult letters--those can be found in the NC-17 section of the site.
Things you won't see much of: Crude humor. Anything that demeans other people, including fat jokes, racism, insults, etc. Children's
letters or religious letters (there are other sites out there that will provide these for you.)
Although I *love* the praise I'm given for creating these letters, I can't take very much of the credit. The images are often made by other people.
I choose very good artists and photographers and will give them credit in the letter whenever possible. There's a lot of talent on the pages, but most
of it isn't mine. If you enjoy the pictures I use, please visit the creators' web sites, often mentioned in the letters themselves.