Handmade “Shabby Chic” invitation for my SIL. (It’s a girl!) I used custom rubber stamps and washi tape. See my post on how this invitation was put together.
Everyone Counts! This school for young children chose a math theme which was perfectly suited for the fresh and bold use of circles and numbers. With it’s retro color palette and fun kid activities (cut off the ruler to measure stuff around the house!), the invitation was memorable and brought everyone together for a good cause.
My son’s school asked me to create a logo and invitation system for their annual fundraiser. Although the theme of iCreate was broad, there was no question in my mind’s eye that these designs needed to incorporate hands creating. We decided on using actual photos of the kids making art. Often, a simple treatment works best!
I made this little label for my son’s party favor. We made vats of flubber (recipe is here), and packaged them in plastic containers. I designed the label in Adobe Illustrator, my all time favorite program. Then I e-mailed the file to my printer who printed them on sticker paper. I used a little pinking shear to cut the circle. Voilà!
I did a little painting with my son today and came up with a new postcard: Polka Dots! I am obsessed with dots, who isn’t? The color scheme is soothing, but playful. It’s hard to choose just one color way, though, so I’ll have to paint more!
I am so excited to be able to hand deliver this postcard order! It allows me to try out some new packaging ideas. This time I wrapped the postcards (six sets) with a piece of patterned paper, slipped them into brown bags and zig-zagged them shut with the sewing machine. Dropped them off at the doorstep!