Have you looked at my blog lately? Probably not, because I haven’t been posting much. I did, however, do a lot of work on it and my website. With the help of graphic designer Chelsea of Chelsea McKenna Design it’s looking pretty fabu. She does really “clean” work. Which is perfect, because as much as I love bordello chic in my design and decorating, my web presence needs to be a platform for my work. It shouldn’t compete with it. An overly fru fru design would be too much.
I love how she took my input, my love of quatrefoil, and all of my little, “Well, how about this?” and went with it. I love how my free weebly website and my free wordpress.com blog have the same look. A viewer doesn’t feel like they’ve taken a wrong turn on the internet. It’s more consistent. Even my FB cover photo and my Etsy shop headers coordinate with my websites. I’m feeling pretty spiffy.
I had a great time the other day learning to screen print with Chelsea of Chelsea McKenna Design. Of course, I am out of the habit of blogging and didn’t think to take more pictures. Here’s a super cute one of Chelsea, however.
We in the shop loved how darling she happened to look with her chevron dress, red apron, and the red logo on the crate.
I now need about 20 more crates for the Made Local Marketplace to put logos on. Not just for my enjoyment, but for the cool displays they make. It’s style and branding people!
Hmm… I betcha MY logo would be an awesome silk screen. What could I print it on? Tank top? My car (It would have to be a really flat spot)? A banner for future booth events? Those would all be different size needs.
I’d wear my sexy logo on a tank top. Red tank with black logo or a black tank with a red logo.
Have you played around with screen printing? Any tips for a newbie?