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Evernotes Every Friday

1. Father’s Day Card FREE DOWNLOAD

Let me help you out by mentioning this first—in case you don’t make it through this whole post… One Charming Party is offering this Father’s Day card as a free download! So feel free to take advantage of such a darling design! Found via Ez Pudewa on Pinterest.

2. 10/100 Fenway Park Commemorative Book

This commemorative book is not only celebrating Fenway Park’s 100th year but also the 10 year mark for the design collaboration with Ashton Design. The book features beautiful photography of the variety of projects they’ve done together but this layout was my favorite. I love how the left facing page shows the full piece but the right shows a close up, the silhouette is made up of baseballs! Found via For Print Only.

3. IdeaPaint

This is just the coolest, first there is chalkboard paint and now there is “dry erase paint?” You can turn any surface into a dry erase board! Simply amazing! For someone who hates writing with chalk, this product is for me…. once it’s more in my price range of course. Find out more about IdeaPaint here. Found via swissmiss.

4. Paul Shivley’s Work for DFJE

Thanks to Allan Peters’ for posting a collection of Paul Shivley’s work. I really am a fan of his work for The Dakota Foundation for Jazz Education. As a designer I like seeing the process of designs including the in depth brand guideline books. Shivley provided DFJE with complementary graphics that are seen below used as a way to wrap around the photograph’s subject. The black and white photograph is already superb in subject and lighting but I love the added dimension the graphic gives the piece. See more of Shivley’s work on his website.

5. Modge Podged Initial

Seriously an amazing idea… Modpodge a copy of your marriage certificate onto your wooden initial! It looks vintage but personal. Really love this and want to do this for our home too! Found via Pinterest.

I believe in magic. I believe in the power of true love. I believe in fairy tales and happy endings. And I live to create stationery and art for the young at heart to allow my fellow dreamers to treasure all of life’s most wondrous moments!

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