The end has come, I’m blogging about Shannon and Richard’s thank you cards for their wedding. During each project, Shannon would tell me that she and Richard couldn’t agree on a design so I would create something new based on their top choices. Four projects later, I realized I could print more than one design and that’s exactly what I did for the thank you cards (I am so smart, SMRT!). What do you think of the two designs?
Soursdey chhnam tmei! Cambodian New Years falls on April 14-16 this year but many Cambodians around Seattle celebrated this weekend at local temples. This is THE holiday for Cambodians and my friend wanted me to design a bilingual card to send out to her friends and family. What do you think?
Happy holidays folks! This is going to be my last post for 2013. I’m spending the rest of December catching up on projects and spending time with family and friends. I have some great projects lined up for 2014 and can’t wait to tell you all about them! Can’t wait that long? Follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see the sneak peeks.
In the mean time, I created this free holiday card template just for you! DOWNLOAD HERE Fun fact: I took this amazing photo a few years ago on a snow shoeing trip. Photographers, you better watch out!
Remember this sneak peek?
May 2013 was a big month for my friend Sina. She and her husband graduated from Washington State University; she received her B.A. and her husband, his Ph.D. Even though she graduated from my rival college, I did not hesitate to create her thank you cards when asked. It was a great bilingual design opportunity. Here’s how the cards turned out.