We absolutely love seeing what you’ve been up to this week, so to round off every Friday we feature some of you - our customers and your creations. This Friday we have a great mix of customers and products, so have a look and be inspired!
Already stepping ahead of her peers, second year Philosophy student Ellie Kime has been busy making these beautiful business cards to help her with work experience and internships in the wedding planning industry. When she’s not busy being a worker bee, Ellie is typically craft making, so we can’t wait to see some of her handmade designs too.
Happy neon for happy people is what Peckham based start-up Brilliant Neon Ltd says about itself. Retailing indoor neon lighting at affordable, and offering kitsch and cool designs, we love that they used us to print their promotional postcards to market themselves. We are torn between the laughing Buddha and diamond as our favourites – go check out their collection!
We adore Michelle Walker’s stationery here, and her hen weekend telegram designs sure impress. They feel so vintage and cute – we’d be over the moon receiving one! Michelle offers lots of stationery services from her base in Falkirk, Scotland, with plenty of custom design options.
Emma of ELS Photography produced a fun and fabulous magazine guide showcasing her wedding photography, with plenty of tips and advice also packed in for couples to digest. Based in Kent/East Sussex and covering the whole of the UK, Emma’s alternative photography style, along with her love of pink hair and tattoos makes her stand out a mile and we aren’t surprised at all that she’s nearly booked up for next year already!
Offering pretty paper goods for life’s loveliest celebrations, this luxury stationery boutique based in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, has sure been tapping into the metallic trend with their designs. Using rose gold and silver for this wedding stationery set, the look is modern, simple and stylish.
Nicola Esson, known as Mrs E Creative Services works in helping small businesses with marketing and design, both traditional and digital. She created this cute but informative prospectus for one of her educational clients, and we think it looks great. With lots of experience working for design studios, and now freelance, Nicola’s website is sure worth a nose.
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