Well it's the last day of work here at Dottypink before the Christmas holidays! I can't wait to spend some lovely times with my fab little family in our new home!
I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who has supported, purchased from and worked with Dottypink this year - it means to much to me and my business and I couldn't do my dream job without you all!
I'll be back on Thursday 7th January ready to take on some more fab design projects and pretty wedding stationery and I'm hoping to launch some new products and ideas in 2016! I'm very excited, so if you'd like to work with me, please do get in touch!
Have a very wonderful Christmas and a fabulous New Year!
On Thursday 10th December, I will be hosting a little Late Night Shopping evening on my Facebook page. There'll be offers, discounts, free printables and sneak previews of new items so don't miss out - join me for an evening of festive fun from 8.30pm - 9.30pm at: www.facebook.com/dottypinkdesigns
See you there!
I've also been shortlisted for Best Stationery in the British Wedding Awards so please vote for me here - Thank You:
Well, now that bonfire night is behind us it's definitely time to get excited about Christmas! I love celebrating the festive season with my family and enjoying our fun traditions. And seeing as we're on the way to Christmas, I've added some new items to my online shop too! So please pop over and take a look.
This Wednesday I want to feature one of my stationery design from my Off the Peg collection - Candy Floss. Based on candy buffets and fairground fun, this design is very sweet, both in name and nature, and would be perfect for a relaxed and fun affair!
Don't forget, all the Off the Peg collection can be customised with your colours and wording, or you can opt for a Bespoke design if you'd rather have something more unique to your big day!
I love working on branding design with super clients, and I loved working with my hubby on his company branding for his new business idea, That Socks.
After years of wearing odd socks (saving us lots of time pairing them up and causing lots of interesting conversations) Joe decided to set up a small business selling odd socks with lots of character. He wanted to direct it at quirky, unconventional gentlemen and asked for a vintage inspired yet masculine angle for his logo design. After a few variations we decided on the final logo, with the tagline 'odd socks for odd folk'. Joe now sells his socks on his own website, and on Not on the High Street, and he loves coming up with individual names for each pair based on their style, so pop over to That Socks today!
To see more of That Socks, pop over to www.thatsocks.co.uk