Don't the holidays seem so long ago? I can't believe how many weeks it's been and that I've yet to post these!
For this year's holiday cards, I decided to do a digital printed card with a tone-on-tone letterpress envelope. I loved how they turned out so much that I used them for our personal cards as well.
I used Red A2 envelopes from Paper Source and 110# white uncoated stock for the cards.
Happy New Year everyone! Hope you all had a great Christmastime and NYE!!!
To get this year started off on a right note, I'm excited to announced that Inspired Goodness has been included in the 2011 roundup of the Top 100 Wedding Blogs.
Click on the image above for a link to the entire list of winners. Congratulations to all!
I've known Donovan for a few years now, his sister Ellen and brother-in-law Phil are some of our closest friends. So when it came time to find a first anniversary present for his wife Elizabeth, I felt so honored when he asked me to create a piece of artwork to commemorate their wedding day.
Don wanted to capture the romance of Paris, where they were engaged while paying homage to Liberty State Park where the wedding took place. I instantly knew including the Statue of Liberty and The Eiffel Tower would be key elements of the design to come. After emailing me his text, both their wedding vows and pledges, I got to work.
I absolutely loved how the piece ended up coming together so seamlessly. It was a gift with so much love and thought put into it. And I'm excited to hear that Elizabeth loved the final result.
Here's a high-res shot of the final. Click to zoom in.
If I were getting gifts for the little one this holiday season, these wall decals would be at the top of my list.
Designed by Australian trio, Peta, Bec and Emily of (love) mae, I fell instantly smitten with these beauties.
The sweet patterns and subtle color palettes in their work might actually convince me that relinquishing my workspace for a nursery nook might not be so bad after all.
Be sure to check out all the designs including these stylish fabric stickers. Reusable just got so much cooler.