This was an incredibly fun project I finished up recently. It was my first time designing with chalk, and it turns out it's not that difficult. So, for those of you completely overwhelmed by this popular design technique, I will be posting a DIY tutorial shortly. Stay tuned! I created this particular chalkboard panel for a Kenwood Catering, LLC. The artwork was custom designed to match with the company branding and lettered by hand with white chalk.
So, for those of you following this blog, you probably noticed there hasn't been much to follow lately. I was so gung ho in the beginning, posting a few projects a week, now there are several months in between posts. Well, life just hasn't been going in my favor the past year. I've been pretty quiet about it, but I feel like I'm finally ready to talk. It's long - so bear with me while I vent. Last year about this time I found out I was pregnant. Exciting, overwhelming... inse
This was such a fun project, I just have to share! Corey Blake, executive chef and owner of Kenwood Catering, recently contacted me about creating a brand for her company. Her business is quickly growing, and in order to accomodate that she needed to have a website and a cohesive brand for her to effectively market herself both online and in print. Corey and I attended school (jr high and high school) together, so we go way back, but I haven't lived anywhere near there in yea