I've just finished designing seven Christmas card designs for the animal charity HURRAH (Humane Rescue, Rehabilitation and Rehoming Charitable Trust). But they are not just any old Christmas cards, these are sponsored gifts which aim to provide services for animals in families who can't necessarily afford the best/right veterinary choices. The cards provide lots of different gifts: microchipping, de-sexing clinic days, vet care, vet products etc...
If you would like to support HURRAH and buy one of these giftcards please click here.
We've moved out to the 'country country' so now my office aka the headquarters has taken on a country vibe! But don't worry the ideas being created in there will still be fresh and up to date!
Nice to power down the screens today and get stuck into something super creative!
A round up of all my greeting card designs from the year!
Very excited, especially the awesome box they came in!! Printed by 'Jukebox' based in Vancouver.
Do you ever wonder if your logo would suit embroidering? maybe branded into wood? or getting beautiful business cards made up on textured card stock? Just for fun I've been playing with some amazing tools to 'mock-up' my logo in each setting. I LOVE photoshop!
…and as its mothers day today, so I'm keeping on theme.
All my life I've created - holidays away required a 'box of bits' to be packed for sarah to play with. My parents since channelled this obsession (as well as reluctant brother up until he turned about age 8) to make mother's day, father's day, christmas, birthday, easter, halloween etc etc greeting cards. A dig back in boxes of mum's treasures (read hoarder) I found some epic creations by both me (and my brother!).
However the point of the story is since then I'm now obligated to create all my family's celebration cards - while usually a pleasure, it does get rather hard to come up with something fresh each month/year! So here is mother's day 2014's offering - made for my wonderful mum (in the absence of all my craft kit - which is still floating somewhere in the tasman sea):