Two things that I love, cats and Halloween. I am starting to wonder how many cat designs I'll have before Halloween is over. I also wonder how many designs I'll end up with before the holiday as this is only day two and I'm on my third design. Apparently I'm inspired.
This is my first chalkboard design I've actually put up for anyone to have. I've totally worked on like a million different designs but haven't actually felt that any of them were of a good enough quality. I've been told that I'm too hard on myself. That's true.
This chalkboard design is so complex and fun.. It contains 6 different fonts. I've never used so many fonts in one design. Normally I stick with one or two to keep things simple.
The design comes with both a postcard back and a chalkboard design back in one package. It's a complete DIY project that can be edited in Microsoft Word and printed at home.
I"m really excited to share this project with my followers. I think you're going to love it, I know that I do.
First and foremost I should mention that my favorite holiday is tied between Halloween and Christmas. Both holidays are filled with so much joy for me. There is something about all the costumes, candy and childish pranks that just is exciting to me. So now that we're heading into the end of summer I've decided to take a break from all of my wedding designs and focus on favorite holiday part 1: HALLOWEEN!!!!
My first design was actually inspired by some clip art that I found online with a bunch of writings all over it. I would have gone ahead and purchased the design but couldn't find anything but crappy quality images. So I went head and played around in Photoshop until I was able to fully create my cute little ghostie and tombstone invitation.
My second design I created for my love of cats (oh there will so probably be a lot more cat items in the future) and pumpkins. It was inspired by other images I found online but turned into something that I feel is way more Halloween inspired.
I'm really happy with how these two designs have turned out. I feel like my skills in Photoshop are constantly improving and my creativity is hitting a new level. I can't wait to see what I"ll come up with next.
Pocket fold wedding invitations are all the rage right now but they're kind of expensive. For brides looking for a budget friendly invitation while still wanting the pocket fold invitation look this DIY How To is just for you. This project takes a little bit of time and patience but is pretty easy to complete.
You will need a few items to get started. Some of them will obviously be required and some of them you can get by without.
I've been working on a new design as part of my wedding packages that I'm so super excited about. It has taken me forever to get the design to look just right but I finally did.
The design is to look like a passport for brides and grooms who are planning on having a destination wedding to another country. It's a complete DIY package.
Inside the "passport" is the formal invitation, information about the location, information on how to get plane tickets, hotel accommodations, the RSVP cards , save the dates and more. It's a total of 10 pages.
I can't wait for you to see the package. But for now here is a little preview.