I just added a new invitation design to my Etsy shop! I designed this for a bachelorette party but it’d also work for a wedding, birthday or any other special event. Simple, bright and fun, just the way I like it!
I saw this branding for Surup Cafe by Sergey Parfenov and just had to post for Valentine’s Day, isn’t it beautiful?! Do you guys have any plans for tonight?
Debi Sementelli just released a bold version of her beautiful Belluccia Pro font! She sent me over a copy and I was immediately inspired to create this soft, watercolor image for my desktop in February! This design is now available for free as a desktop and iphone wallpaper over on the Whimseybox blog!
I also added print yourself Valentine’s Day cards to the Etsy shop, including this design!
A VERY SPECIAL DEAL FOR CIERA DESIGN READERS!
All of you lucky ducks get 40% off of Belluccia Pro Bold with discount code “cieradesign” through March 15!
Debi is offering one lucky reader a free copy of Belluccia Pro Bold!
Good luck!! Have any questions, feel free to contact me. If you are in a reader click out to access the Rafflecopter entry form. Please note that your entry will be removed if you do not complete it correctly. I received a copy of Belluccia Pro Bold c/o Correspondence Ink. All opinions are my own.
Cristin of Simplified Bee asked me to design a Valentine’s freebie for her blog readers based around some super cute pencils that she had. I decided to create some simple patterns using slightly different colors than your average red and pink. Head over to her blog to download this freebie and to see how you can add feathers to the pencils for an extra special touch!
Before I start sharing some new favorite fonts this year, I though it would be fun to show y’all the most popular fonts of 2013 (according to MyFonts). I have already featured a few of them here over the past year as some of my personal favorites. Did you have a favorite font in 2013?
Type samples from MyFonts.com. Affiliate links used.
You may remember this mood board from a few months ago. Well I recently wrapped up the branding for Sweet Tea & Co., a whimsical and unique tea party experience for little girls. The client didn’t want the bright pink and glittery look that a lot of her competitors seemed to have. She wanted it to be simple, elegant and sophisticated. The client is thrilled and I’m really excited with how it turned out. I’d love to hear what you think or let me know if you need some branding help of your own!
Sweet Tea began as a summertime ritual to entertain my own daughters. They delighted in dressing up in my vintage dresses and sipping tea under our weeping willows as I told stories of days gone by. —Shirilana Hanson, Owner