As a creator, I find a way every day to use an aspect of design in everything I do – right down to my personal daily planner. This is where I log appointments for the day, random to-do lists, an occasional inspirational quote, and every once in a while it turns into my food diary. I try to sit down every Sunday to plan my week out, this serves as a way to keep myself organized in addition to being a creative outlet. Here’s a look at how I lay out my weeks!
I know the last post I published hit on this too, but come on guys, I can’t help it when it comes to Christmas! Only 32 more days 🙂 The second weekend in November (9th-10), Sioux Empire Arts and Craft Fair had their annual Holiday Expo where I was lucky enough to share a booth with my close friends at Dakota Thread Heads. I kept it simple, not bringing anything custom made, but rather a stockpile of this year’s Christmas Card (which was the feature of my latest post) and Christmas themed 8×10 prints. Today I’ll share those prints with you!
One more plug, don’t forget to follow @hannahjohnsondesign on Instagram 😉
The countdown is on, 35 days until Christmas! As a lettering artist, this is definitely my busiest time of year for custom orders, but I also love making prints in bulk. This year, I decided to design a few Christmas cards. I’m LOVING how they turned out, what do you think?
P.S. don’t forget to follow @hannahjohnsondesign on instagram 😉
The time has for sure come for me to unveil a new logo – this is coming with a little bit of rebranding. Prior to now, I was only dabbling in Lettering – strictly a Calligrapher. After a good amount of schooling under my belt, and a new love for difference aspects of design, I will now be adding additional services to my portfolio:
Business Suites (Logo, Letterhead, and Envelope Design)
Photography (Family, Portrait, and Product)
Copy Writing (sometime’s referred to as ghost writing ;))
I’m SO excited to branch out and create even more for you! And not to worry, I will still be doing loads of lettering work! So without further ado, I present my new logo: