14 August, 2012

My blog cards.

Over the past few months, I have been regularly asked for my blog address, private email address etc etc, for various reasons, and I always land up scribbling it down on a scrap piece of paper...or promising to message it to some one...which I never do. And I feel like I am missing out on some great opportunities out there...

So while working on a new look and logo for this little 'ol blog of mine...I decided to get some blog cards made...and today they arrived. So here is a photo of them...and a sneak peak of a new look coming around these parts.
They were designed by an old family friend {who runs his own design agency}...who just just got what I wanted on the very first time.
Thank you so much Andrew.

I am in love with them...

12 comments:

Janet said...

What a good idea! I try to remember to put my address on my FB page, or write my address down for people who ask. It's amazing how many people are actually interested - I must say though, I do get some critical remarks like "get a life!"- they just don't understand how much I love this cyber world, and what wonderful people I have come into contact with. I think this is an awsome idea!

NickiD said...

They're BEAUTIFUL! I was messing around with some cards on Macaroon but decided to get my sister to help me out when she has some time instead! Your's are just gorgeous!

Bo said...

Love!!!!!!!!!

Bo said...

Love!!!!!!!!!

Helen Strydom said...

I love them, especially the rounded corners. Really pretty.

blackhuff said...

I think this is a great idea and the cards look amazing.

cat said...

Beautiful!

Lynette said...

Gorgeous...can't wait to see what you are planning for your little place on the web.

xx

Bailey Schneider said...

Oh lovely... I'm going to get in touch with them, if you don't mind... Impressed! :)
Much love, Bailey from  Vanilla Blonde

Andrew Howard said...

Thanks Hayley. They did come out great, and Laura and I really like the concept. The dandelion tufts of thoughts and ideas breaking away and heading off to plant new ideas wherever you go. And to boot, a good idea to print on Environmentally friendly recycled paper, a little more expensive but a good message.

When are are you going to load the new banners.
Cheers
Andrew

Andrew Howard said...

The link to my previous comment should have been - http://www.hammerdesign.co.za/gallery_everything/index.html

Lovely Light said...

Nice! I really need to get some made as well. They would be so handy.