Month: October 2014

Chevrons are cool

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This week I had a hankering to create some wedding invitations with a geometric theme, and opted for the classic design element, the chevron. Chevrons are just cool. I have a hot pink lampshade with white chevrons going around it and I think it makes my house look instantly more with-it (although saying with-it is probably not very with-it, but anyway). I’m getting ready to open an Etsy shop for all my wedding stationery designs, but in the […]

New! Personalised baby thank-you cards with a photo of your baby

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Send a gorgeous greeting to thank all those kind folks who sent gifts for your little one. These cards can be fully personalised with a photo of your bouncing baby, text of your choice and your favourite colour, and are priced from only £1 each. And for an extra 10p per card you can add your personal message inside too. Printed on thick textured card with matching white envelopes, these cards let you send a […]

New favourite book: Hand-Lettering Ledger by Mary Kate McDevitt

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Without even having to consult a psychotherapist I have realised why I’m a complete geek about typography. When I was about 10 I had a book called The Lettering Book, which was a collection of hand-drawn alphabets that you could trace and copy to create your own designs. I absolutely loved that book and would sit in my bedroom tracing and drawing letters, colouring them in and making them into cards and what-not, generally having a […]