Sunday, March 30, 2008

damask rubber stamping

rubber stamp

I made the design for our wedding invitations by tracing parts of a few different damask wallpaper samples and piecing them together to create an original pattern. To create a cohesive system, I used the whole patten or just isolated parts on each piece of the stationery. I also had this great rubber stamp made to ink up things I couldn't print on the inkjet printer, like the back of the response card envelopes.

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Monday, March 24, 2008

for little hands

ring bearer pillow

I made this ring bearer pillow over the weekend for our nephew Zach to carry. The cloth is actually cloth napkins from Pier One, which I'm using for the centerpieces. The ribbon is also from the centerpieces, which I bought at M&J Trimming, and the button is a left-over from sock monkey eyes.

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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

on the internets

two sites

Some recent web exposure: On the left, I was approached by to buy some of my truffle photos for use on their site. You can see it here. It's not a bad gig when your credit card company starts sending you money. And on the right, Chris Roush of Talking Biz News posted one of my recent covers of the Ledger's Biz section.


Thursday, March 06, 2008

a tough client

wedding site mock ups

I forced myself to do a ton of mock-ups for our wedding website. All of the designs were based off the print system I'm using for the paper stationery. I'm pretty happy with the winning choice.

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