Hello friends! I’ve been busy lately stocking my shop with new printable Christmas cards and calendars, and blogging has taken a bit of a backseat. But I’m back today and happy to be sharing with you some new work: a logo and flyer design for La Forme – Clínica Estética.
I’m so excited to finally be sharing this with all of you. This project was started in 2013 and put on hold for a while due to my client having a baby. But now everything is ready to be shared with the world! English Express offers fun and affordable English courses in France. It is […]
I feel so blessed to be sharing new work with you today. I cannot believe that I’m so lucky to be able to do this job every day! This logo was for Blissfully Bridal, a bridal boutique in Roodepoort, South Africa. The boutique sells designer wedding gowns and accessories for brides-to-be.
I’m excited to show you what I’ve been working on lately. Today I’m sharing a logo that I designed for Finally Mine, an online shoe boutique in South Africa.
A little while ago Joanne came to me looking for flyer designs for her two businesses specialising in UIF claims and registrations.
Phew, I finally have some time to update my blog again! Today I’d like to share with you some work I did for PureBliss Photography. Salomé came to me looking for a new logo and business card for her business. She specialises in family, baby, and portrait (engagement and matric farewell) photography.
Sharing my new work is by far my favourite type of post to write and today I’m very excited to tell you about some work I did for the Silk Flower Girls, a silk flower rental service in Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia.
Rosaria came to me looking for a logo for her business called Vamos Organizar. In English it means “Let’s Organise”. She is a personal organiser living in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Her business slogan is “A organização liberta!” which means something along the lines of “being organized makes you feel free.” Which is definitely true, […]
I’m excited to share a new logo design I completed a while ago. This was for a t-shirt brand called Afro Comb. It’s more of a hybrid t-shirt because it will be classy, glamorous, and comfortable to wear. The t-shirts will mainly be for ladies, and depending on the success, it will expand to men […]
I’m not the only one that’s still obsessed with the chalkboard style. A few weeks ago I completed a little project for a church youth group in Brazil. Their leader wanted to have some sort of logo or artwork in chalkboard style that they could use as posters and on t-shirts.