Customer Shout Outs

It's time once again to give the spotlight to some recent custom orders I've worked on. While some are long term projects, spread over several months with many revisions and others are quick and effortless with nothing more than a "It's perfect, I love it!", they are all a complete joy to work on. Yes, this is the part where I usually get all mushy about how wonderful my customer's are and the truth is ~ they are! I'll spare you from my admiring dribble though and move on to the some eye candy instead. So here they are, my latest wonderful customers~

Art journal in my PJ's

This project involved creating one of my customizable shelf banners so the customer could switch out her background seasonally. I love, love, love working on these banners because each one is so unique and entirely personalized. They can include whatever the blogger loves most, from favorite color schemes to various trinkets & elements you can even add personal photos too ~ isn't that fun!?!

This banner has a few extra goodies thrown in for the customer's children including a magical blue fairy ~ see her sitting there on the lid of that jar, so proud of herself for having just freed her little blue friends
and ten little ladybird beetles hidden throughout for my customer's son to search for each time he sees her blog. In the end we all couldn't have been more delighted with this family-affair of a project.

Lazy Cowgirl

Way out of my comfort zone this super fun theme utilized loads of western elements and warm prairie tones to capture the essence of this Lazy Cowgirl and boy I have fun though! It was a challenge coming up with all those rootin' tootin' goodies but this lovely customer provided some fabulous western vintage images to start things off and we both simply love the final outcome.

Kathryn Designs

For this theme the customer was looking for something with a shabby chic feel while coordinating with the business images she was already using in her Artfire shop and business card. Creating a fitting background was a bit of a challenge but in the end she wound up with a fitting blog backdrop to spotlight her gorgeous handmade jewelry creations.

Salvaged Glamour

This theme was also a bit different in that the customer already had some basic images from her existing website that she simply wished to spice up with a smattering of vintage jewelry and steampunk. After creating a basic theme she then went with a custom deigned Etsy shop set, business card set, Facebook profile & welcome page and a Twitter background.

So, that's it for this round of show and tell ~ I do hope you'll all stop by and give a hearty welcome to these new bloggers, you know what a scary place blogland can be for a newbie ~ kind of like your first day at a new school, and as always...


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