Below are two logo designs I've been working on. Lets get your thoughts on which one you like better!
LOGO #1 Simple and under stated
LOGO #2 has a little more going on
Check out these super cute turquoise/green bracelets accented with purple, orange and pink flowers traced in gold. I can't think of a better way to add a splash of color to my wardrobe... Simple design, maximum fun!
Constructed in the 1920’s, this distinctive piece of architectural history is a flashback to dramatic times long forgotten. Before the bridge was constructed many died trying to cross the rigorous terrain of the Arroyo Seco. Restored in 1993 the Colorado Street Bridge was part of the famed Route 66 until 1940. Complete with Neo Classical arches, multi globed lamps, and old world charm the bridge still hangs on to its melancholic past. Yet it’s hard not to fall in love with the over 1400 feet of masculine concrete known as the Colorado Street Bridge.
And the winner is..... Marea! Thanks to all of you who participated. Look out for more contest in the future...
Hand crafted one of a kind memories! These adorable frames are an extraordinary treasure for those precious, unforgettable moments. One of my lucky readers will have the chance to win one of Poppy Tree's uniquely designed, solid color frames.
Here's how to enter
1. Share this blog post to your Facebook wall and send me a link to the post.
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3. Visit Poppy Tree Frames site, pick your favorite product and describe it in a comment on this post.
Best of luck! One Winner will be chosen at random July 18, 2012
CONTEST RULES: Must be at least 18 years of age. CONTEST IS OPEN TO ALL LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. PRIZES ARE AS SHOWN AND SUBSTITUTIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH CONTEST RULES MAY RESULT IN CONTESTANT’S DISQUALIFICATION.
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I love the idea of having elements of nature in the home and wood flooring is a simple way to achieve this. ...So what to do when my Eco conscious mind says “No” and my design loving heart screams “Yes!”... Recycled or reclaimed wood flooring could be the solution to this emotional tug of war and the options are good and plenty. There is antique wood from vintage structures pre-dating the 1930’s, like pine, elm, and oak. And for the wine lover in me there are more exotic options such as penny cork and oak wine barrels (she salivates). Recycled wood flooring adds a unique accent to any home.
If you're on the East coast check out Longleaf Lumber, LLC. The folks there are very helpful and their selections are lushes!