Pixel had his last vaccination yesterday, which means he gets to go to the park! He’s 25.5 lbs now, and still growing every day,
I don’t usually show people what I’m working on before it’s done, it makes be feel vulnerable. I’m sure some of you know what I’m talking about.
Today, I’m sucking it up and showing you what I’ve been working on in my free time. After I’ve gotten all caught up on client work I’ve been trying to squeeze in a few designs for myself. Please ignore the the messy art boards.
Ohh, what’s this you ask? It’s a little project I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. You’ll see.
|via Jonny Holmes|
A new face for an old font. Pretty nice, wouldn’t you say?
lately weekends have been the only times we have to get things done. So this Labor Day weekend we had was much needed around our house. It gave us time to check a few things off our to do list and squeeze in a little relaxing time together.
Our list of letterpress projects is starting to stack up so we managed to get one printed and ready to go this weekend.
Stephanie, who I had the privilege of designing wedding invitations for, came to me after returning from her honeymoon and asked if she could get some stationery letterpressed with her new last name! I loved working with her before so I jumped at the opportunity.
They match what we did for her invitations (which I promise to show you as soon as I can take pictures) I really love how simple and clean these turned out. I’m almost tempted to print some up for myself.
This morning started off right with a dose of delightful design from Quill & Fox. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised at their new products that are so clever and beautifully designed. I love everything they have done but these new designs are just too good to be true.
There are even more new designs in their Shop.
You’ve already kind of seen the finished product of our chair we reupholstered from Pixel’s Watch Me Grow photos, but I wanted to show you more of the process we went through to get this little yellow beauty.
Here is the condition we found the poor saggy chair in at Goodwill. The fabric was pretty worn in spots and the caning on the sides was starting to break, but it was the perfect size and style for the space we have in our living room. It just needed some love.
The best part was when we got to start putting all the pieces back together. It was such a fun project and we felt pretty accomplished when we finished. We gave an old sad chair new life.
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