Lacey wanted a very clean black and white design, which if you've seen my own blog you know is very different than my own personal style. It was certainly a challenge to not infuse some color somewhere. But in the end, I love how this clean, simple design highlights what is most important: Lacey's content.
After seeing Lacey's design, Al contacted me to see if I'd be up for working with her on a design. I adore the girl so I was excited and honored at the possibility. She wanted to start in a new direction and hoped for a design to represent that change. I am so glad to have been a part of that and I love what we created.
Lastly, Ariel won a design from me as part of a giveaway. I was crazy nervous about this giveaway because I really had no idea what I would be getting myself into or if I'd be able to come up with something that would work for the winner. Luckily, Ariel was a dream to work with. From the minute I read her blog title, I knew exactly how this design would look. She provided me with the colors she preferred and generously allowed my imagination to roam free from there.
Can I tell you? I am most excited and proud of those little social icon balloons. Seriously, I love them.
I'm off to spend a quiet weekend, writing back to all of you, catching up on what you've been up to and soaking up some time at Renegade Craft Fair with that Adrian. I'll be back next week, and I hope you'll check in with me. I'll be sharing a bit about my own perspective on faith and then I will be getting back to my Beyond Inspiration series with a post from my real-life friend Ashleigh!
I hope you have an equally restful weekend!