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March 2013

1. Blogcademy Posters Thanks to Nubby Twiglet, I have a new poster vendor to keep in mind in the future. Not only are these posters for her Blogcademy so uber modern and cool, she posted about her vendor that can print posters in small quantities without neglecting quality. So who needs a poster?? 2. EMScom Logo I love how logos know no bounds these days. Considered a leader in its field and wanting to raise their international profile, EMScom introduced a new identity designed by Moving Brands around the narrative of “Change your perspective” which highlights the “transformational process, both personally and professionally, that stakeholders identified as essential to the course.” Found via Brand New. 3.  Design*Sponge Book Binding Really loving this book binding series on Design*Sponge

Working with Jessica from J. Rose Photography is such a dream for me! We have worked together on such a range of projects and have really grown to trust one another through the process. We each inspire one another on all our projects—even when we are working with other people we still show each other our work to get feedback which is truly invaluable. When I work with Jessica on her personal projects she will usually give me a pin board of ideas, but for her business our usual process starts with her sending me the images she personally has taken and wants to use. And in turn her images will inspire my design and collage composition. And this was our exact process for her 2013 Senior Portrait postcard flyer

1. Print Inspired Web Not too long ago I started following Katrina of Pugly Pixel. I felt like we were pretty similar in our love for both web and print and her tutorials are so simple to follow. Just recently she posted about Frame magazine and its use of overlapping photos in its page spreads. So of course she created CSS and HTML to replicate the effect. Who does that?! She graciously created screencasts to TEACH others

I love going to The Vintage Marketplace, a craft fair held four times a year in Rainbow, CA. This time, Amie got to join me and we were on a mission for wedding decor and ideas. In addition to the overload of inspiration, Amie was able to buy quite a few decorations for the wedding from vintage metal serving trays to lace doilies for the centerpieces. Junkyard Gypsy I just saw Junkyard Gypsy for the first time on our last trip, I just love their vintage signs! Sweet Magnolias Farm While I love looking at the products these shop offer, their storefronts alone are such a work of art and decorated differently each time! Broke Jewels I love browsing the different necklace pieces that Broke Jewels offer, so many options to create your own unique necklace. They are on Etsy too! Earth Cookie Creations This is also a favorite stop for me! Gotta stock up on the amazingly creative scrapbook cards from Earth Cookie Creations! Each one is such a layered treasure down to the smallest detail. She even wrote a blog post about the fair that you can read here. I bought this first card for my grandma-in-law's birthday! Loved how bright and cheerful it was. Plus she has a