With the holidays just around the corner, my guess is that all kinds of creative projects are rushing through your pretty head. Yes? Let's find the perfect fonts for them!
Choosing the colors is one of the most important parts of the branding process. This step is also one of my favorite – it's the moment when you breathe life to the brand or project you are working on and everything comes together in a magical way.
There is a lot written about colour theory, colour psycology, and even colour combining, but how do you really pick your colours? How do you choose YOUR colour palette? How do you know if it's right for your brand and that it will touch the souls of people, you are talking to? Today I'd like to give you an easy practical approach, peppered with basic colour theory. Let's go!
There are so many beautiful fonts around, it's crazy! If you are looking for free script fonts for your next project, take a look at what I've found!
If you need a quick, minimal and easy PDF, give Google Slides a try, as I showed you last week, you won't regret it - you can do great things with it. If you need something a bit more fancy, than Adobe Illustrator is the tool, you're looking for. If you have a larger project in mind (such as book), InDesign offers better control over your pages. Today I'll help you create PDF worksheets in Adobe Illustrator.
Do you have a large collection of cute and very "so YOU!" stationary supplies? Or jewellery? Cupcakes! OK, how about turning them into beautiful personalised hero images for your blog? Come on, I'll show you how!
This pretty little collection was inspired by a gift my mum gave me a while back. It was a beautiful hand towel by Natural Life. I loved it so much, I decided to use it to decorate my watercolour & calligraphy box (yes, I have a wooden box filled with watercolour & calligraphy tools – everybody should have one, yes!)