Please excuse my recent hiatus with The Blog, I’ve been focusing on one of the most important aspects or jobs in my life and that is my children and being a mom. Summer is officially in full swing and we’ve been busy checking things off of our bucket list. For those of you that are new followers, there’s been a lot, you can read a bunch more about me on my website. To sum it up, I have two children, 5 and 3, and when they’re home I’m always running with them everywhere, meanwhile, designing, printing, stopping off at a local craft store, print shop, coffee shop(Gotta have it!) and even assembling all of my invitations. I’m sure some of you are laughing, because I’ve spoken to you in the midst of all this craziness. My children are either talking, asking me questions or doing what they do best and screaming in the background. : ) Many of you can relate. In addition to the day to day activities, this year, I’ve added to the list of “to do’s,” the task of web management, which has been a whole new adventure for me and I’m really LOVING it. So, enough about me, onto the reason I’m writing today.
I’ve had the honor this Summer to work on some new really exciting projects for a few clients. The first is a Vintage Destination Pocket Fold Wedding Invitation. It’s done in coral and light green tones and incorporates a burlap layer with accents of tiny pearls. A luggage tag(details insert), reply card and outer envelope with a coral reef liner coordinate with this great piece too. Check out these pictures of the whole ensemble.
The other new piece is also vintage in style and incorporates, lace, twine, kraft card stock with a laid card stock and pearls too. I’m calling this one my Shabby Chic Wedding Invitation. I just love it too! Don’t miss these pictures of this fabulous new invitation as well.
You can clearly see how the business name sums up the pieces I love most! I do hope you’ve enjoyed seeing these newbies. Check back soon as I continue to add more and more pieces to the website and blog posts about them. Enjoy the rest of your summer!
Do what we can, summer will have its flies. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson