August 2011 Archive

Ooh La La • Stationery Designer

Well hello there! I have a cute new card to start your week off with a little va-va voom!
I had a little bit of trouble finding the perfect card to go along with a lingerie shower gift this past weekend. (They apparently don’t sell many cards at Target with undies on the front.) Well, this was an opportunity to make a little “sumpin’ sumpin’” to fill that very purpose. These cuties are hand drawn and have hand sewn ruffles…

I would totally buy the real-life version of these, wouldn’t you?? In the meantime, you can buy the card-version in my Etsy shop!

Happy week everyone…still pounding the pavement with Indie Craft items! If you’re in the Greenville area September 9-11, you should come check it out!!

 

Sneak Peek | Indie Craft Parade

Well, fair reader, it seems that life has taken a turn for the cuh-razeh! My somewhat consistent blogging has become not so consistent at all. Please bear with me as I try to adapt to some new and exciting situations. Hopefully I will soon settle into a routine and can be more consistent about my posts!

In the meantime, I thought you might be interesting in a little peek at what I’ve been working on for the Indie Craft Parade! Way more to come!

Custom Skyline • Charlotte Wedding Invitation Designer

What happens in Vegas….went all the way to Charlotte?

He’s a Michigan boy. She’s a Southern gal. They met in Vegas. They ran up their credit cards buying flights to see each other. He moved to Charlotte and asked her to marry him.

The Charlotte skyline, map detailing, and a hand-punched hearts are the perfect handmade touches for this delightful couple’s custom wedding invitations.

Printed on kraft cover, inserted into a navy folder enclosure. Held together by a handmade map bellyband, a nod to the miles these two have and will travel together. (Awwwww!!)

Bachelorette • Wedding Invitation Designer

Every good southern bride needs to have a beachy bachelorette. It’s pretty much the law. So tired of martini glasses and high heels, I was actually inspired by last Monday’s MIM (Make It Mysefff) and thought, what better theme for a bachelorette weekend than friendship itself? The chevron pattern on the bracelets found their way onto this cute little invite. I also love how the pattern kinda looks like an ocean….or at least a colorful, really choppy ocean!

And as an added bonus, this party comes with a make-your-own bracelet! What better way to remember a fun time with your girls?

These invites are in my Etsy shop– just waiting for your friend’s name and info!