Just thought you might like to see some Valentine’s Day Cards that I designed for Petite Lemon for Shutterfly. I always have the best time designing cards for them! Better get ‘em now! If you hurry you can get 10 free cards using code XOXOCARDS. Offer ends Feb. 2!
I am on cloud 9 right now! I seriously feel like I’m on a lucky streak. What better way to start the Holiday season then with FREE gifts. A few weeks ago, I attended an Open House and received a strand of pearls from Goldsmith Jewelers. My daughter actually wears them more then me! Ha ha! Then I received a $200 credit to myfonts.com from Minted.com. I purchased Bombshell and Jacques & Gilles from Emily Lime. They really are beautiful calligraphy fonts. And I have already used them on some cards I’ve designed for Petite Lemon for Shutterfly. I’ve shared a few below.
Then yesterday I got another email from Minted.com saying that I had received another $200 credit for this board that I created on their site. And I just used it to create some killer gifts for my friends for Christmas! I was going to use some of the designs that were already on there but found a way to upload my own designs onto them. I’ll make sure and show them once I get them (probably after Christmas). Oh, and here’s something I didn’t know about Minted.com, is that you can order Party Decor. I ordered a large cake stand and some cute striped straws. I’m starting to gear up for Char’s birthday party. I can’t believe it’s been a year since her tea party. I’m thinking a treasure hunt or mystery birthday party. She’s been into Peter Pan and Tinkerbell lately, so I think she’ll really enjoy that.
I wanted to make you aware of the 24 days of Free Christmas Downloads which me and a few of my awesome designer friends will be starting on Saturday, December 1st! So mark your calendars. You’re in for a treat! Don’t believe me? Go and see what we did last year!
Here are a few of the last minute cards I designed for Petite Lemon for Shutterfly. I really am excited the way that they turned out! If you would like to purchase them, just click on the image.
It’s time to start thinking about Christmas. Especially since Turkey Day is only 2 weeks away! Ahhh! I thought it would be fun to show you the cards I designed for Petite Lemon for Shutterfly this year. At least, these are the ones that made the cut. I always feel like I spend more than half the year designing Christmas, and then when Christmas finally arrives, I’m kind of burned out. But not this year! I’m so pumped! And I can hardly wait to design my own Christmas cards. I’ll post them once I get them done. I’m going to try my hand at some calligraphy. It’s so fun to do. I just ordered a few pen nibs and some more ink on Amazon. So here’s to hoping they show up soon.
I’m also have a friend who requested a Christmas Card as well. If you’d like some help designing your Christmas Card, please email me and I’ll get you a quote depending on what you want. Which one of these are your favorite?
I had so much fun designing these cards. I really wanted to play around with texture. I made some watercolor/acrylic looking textures using original watercolor textures that I painted first, and then using photoshop brushes I finished it. I think they all turned out so cute. And they feel so FRESH compared to what was on Shutterfly’s website previously. Way to go Petite Lemon!
The inspiration for this one was found on a felt baby shoe. Too cute huh? I wish I could cross-stitch as well as I can design.
This one took the longest. Do you know how hard it is to recreate lace! Whowza! I made each layer of the lace a separate pattern and then layered them on top of each other. And I also had to make a few different Illustrator brushes to make the lace as well. So difficult!
I just noticed that Shutterfly finally posted some of my cards that I designed for them……a long time ago!
Aren’t these fun! I just love working with Paula Su of Petite Lemon. She really is a great art director! She speaks a designers language, which is hard to communicate especially through email, but she does it! Love it!