I have some exciting "news" to share with you!
After going through some changes with my business I decided that it was time to do some re-branding.
I've used my old logo for 6+ (I designed the logos which I used prior to this but they looked very sad indeed.) years and was for the most part happy with it. I hired someone to design it since that was out of my element at the time, but I never completely felt like it really reflected me or my business.
Over the years as I've grown more confident in using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, I've toyed with the idea of creating my own logo. I was to the point where I was almost out of business cards, labels, tags, etc. I decided to jump on board and try my hand at creating my own logo.
Soooo...I came up with something that feels like me. I feel like it suits the handmade aspect of my business and better reflects the love and work I put in to each of my products. I'm really thrilled with my new logo and am slowly changing all my labeling, etc.
This time around I'm going 100% handmade with my logo. I'm designing, printing and cutting all my own business cards, tags, labels, etc. Since I have all the equipment and supplies it only makes sense.
I also switched providers for my website in hopes to make my work easier. Now my website syncs with my retail store. If someone comes in and makes a purchase it will automatically sync with my online store. This will make it a LOT easier to keep track of my inventory.
The layout is slightly different, but I'm hoping it will be more user friendly. It's a work in process so please be patient with me.
I'm slowly working on adding more stock to my website as well. There still is more stock available in store than what's shown on my website. Hopefully in the next few months this can be changed and I can have all my in store products listed online as well.
All the best to you and yours!
Today I'm going to share a very simple DIY project. You can copy this if you like or use this to get your own ideas going. It's always amazing to me what a little paint and some flowers can do.