Tuesday, April 17, 2012


Okay, I cannot tell you how excited I was to design these new business cards for my shop.  The first cards I designed and ordered back in November were a little rushed. Now I have a way better idea of the overall aesthetic of my business and impression I want to give to people who will pick up this card. I just got these back today from the printer, and I couldn't be happier! I'm so excited to have these for Athens Indie Craftstravaganzaa (two weeks!) I also recently ordered some things from moo, one of my favorite companies ever.
I love these mini cards for carrying with me all the time to give out here and there. The size is different and really catches the eye. I also got these cute little stickers made to have around my tent so people can take a little something with them. At the Lowcountry Artist Market I struck up conversation with several people who expressed interest in my blog, so I wanted to be prepared in case that happens at the Athens market. So I designed these blog cards as well with that in mind.
There they are! Stay tuned this week for updates on my progress for the upcoming show. I've really been hard at work on bags, bows and my display. Of course this is my biggest show ever, and one of my biggest things I've ever done in my life. But also it's so exciting that it's in my hometown and friends and family can come. I can't wait.


  1. Business cards are so fun! We haven't ordered anything from Moo yet, but we can't wait to! I'm very fond of the half size business cards and stickers.

    I also really love the business cards you created. I'd totally commission you to make some for us! ;)

    Blogness cards, I've been meaning to make some of those as well. All of these are fantastic!


  2. I think cards are such a cute idea! Good luck at the show!

  3. The business cards look awesome and the little ones are v.cute - I love moo. Blog cards! such a good idea. Hope the show goes well!


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