Occasionally I’ll work on a custom order and over the course of the work, become torn between the client’s wants and my own personal preference. In my mind, what the client wants, the client gets–but sometimes I want to show off my favorite part of the process, too. In this case, the Mason Jar logo is not the final design that was decided upon, but this was my favorite revision.
I’ve been a busy little custom-doodling bee this week. Here’s a recent order… Rachel at KouklaMouDesigns asked for this simple drawing of a church, and I was more than happy to oblige!
My husband, Tim, is starting a new small business for his various WordPress programming endeavors, and he needed a logo and a custom WordPress theme for his website. I was more than happy to help, and in return, he’s developing a WordPress plugin for me (and others who might be interested) that will help me better connect my Etsy shop to my website. There are a few Etsy plugins out there, but none of them offer the level of customization I’d like. Having a code-savvy significant other comes in handy!
This differs a bit from my usual style–I definitely lean more toward illustration than graphic design–but I think the simplicity makes it more effective as a logo.
I was asked to design a 2-page printable info sheet and menu for Mason Girl Cupcakes & Tea. I’m particularly fond of the menu page with the giant cupcake watermark in the background.