When friends of friends would like bespoke wedding stationery, I'm only too happy to oblige. As usual, I created a range of ideas for a bride that didn't know exactly what she wanted, once ideas and details were finalised I got to work!
One of my favourite designs to date I think, translated onto both day and simplified evening invitations.
Sometimes it's so refreshing to break out of what you usually do for no particular reason. So for a recent run of family cards (birthdays, anniversaries etc) I've been trying out papercuts.
It's been fun! Some aren't loads structurally sound though, I got a little scissor happy!
Following up the Christmas invites, which hopefully will do just the job, Hope City also wanted some welcome cards - I gladly obliged! To counter the coldness of winter, I used some of my summery photography.
I wasn't sure if people really use QR codes still or not, but thought it wouldn't hurt! It might even show that churches can be capable of living in the same world as everyone else...
One of my regular Clients (see here, here, and here for more) needed some vibrant invitations for a Christmas event. Utilising some work I'd done for moo.com, I put these together - I hope they did the trick in persuading people to beat the weather and head outside!
Pretty chuffed to see one of the designs I worked on for Moo.com all live and real and for sale on their website! I quilled all of these other than the star.
My mugshot can be found here, with all the designs found here. Looks like all the paper cuts were worth it!
Combining two things I think are ace - chickens and patterns.
This is going on a new greetings card, but I reckon it might work as wrapping paper... Any thoughts?
Here it is! The launch of the projects that I've been working on at moo. Luxe has a seam of colour, either black, blue, red or white.
And we got some lovely pressies to say thanks for our work, including a hand written note from the CEO. Ace.
Pretty ambitiously, I wanted to double the number of shops my products are in this year (a total target of 2...)
Aim low and you succeed!!
You can see and even purchase some friendly illustrated animal cards in the lovely tearoom and farm shop Limes Farm in Farthinghoe. I can personally recommend both tea and cake.
I've asked the lovely people of Granthams to print my charity photo cards, as I wasn't entirely happy with the photo finish in their current state. I'm chuffed to bits with how they've turned out! They're on 350gsm silk card, which for those non-technically minded, just means they're super lovely and extra sturdy. For those who placed orders before on the old paper, I'll send you your order of the new finish, just because:)
Here is the bundle winging its way to the lucky winner of my birthday inspired giveaway. Sad to have missed out? I'm sure there will be another chance in the future - it's nearly Christmas after all!
If you can't wait that long, everything is available in my shop.
Details: Hand printed Tote Bag - Hedgerow Seeds in Summer Sky
Water Droplets Panoramic Greetings Card
Scilly Skipping Stones Square Greetings Card
Thin Bamboo Dip Pen
Hand printed Buttons - Grey Collection
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