Now, I suppose I should give you one more hint. I posted some of the supplies that I will be using for a project earlier today, but let’s give you all one more hint:
These three pieces are cut from cardboard.
Here is a photograph of the DIY project I am working on in one of its earliest stages. Does this help? Keep the guesses coming! I will be sure to let you know what I am working on in the next couple days. I will be posting lots of step-by-step photographs and instructions so that you can follow along at home!
This October I will be working on a couple DIY projects. In the spirit of Halloween, they will have a similar theme. I am wondering if you can guess what I will be making based on the supplies I am using!
These are most of the supplies I will use. I will also be using larger materials like paper, cardboard, and foam-core.
HEY LISTEN! Here are a few hints:
It’s something that you can hold. It won’t be too big nor too heavy, unless you are quite young.
It’s something that I’ve talked about before on this blog.
3 is an important number.
Happy for Pink Toe Press to be a part of the amazing Geek Girl Brunch!
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I often work from home, but there are days when D. M. Cumbo and I go to the coffee shop to get work done. A change of scenery is always nice, even though I do love my office nook! When we go to the coffee shop, some days I will bring a sketchpad, others I bring a tablet or laptop. I was quite productive the other day that we were out and I got a few new greeting card designs done for Pink Toe Press.
Here is one of them! There are several designs there in this little sneak-peek. Can you see them? I will share more with you later in the week!
Wouldn’t you want to purchase a box of “8-Count DraColour Crayons”?
I have been having a lot of fun designing packages lately and this is one of my favorites. With Halloween around the corner, I couldn’t not make something Halloween-ey. This fun design for a box of crayons takes advantage of the product window to showcase both the item inside and to reinforce the design of the Vampire. Text on the package is fun, playful, and simple enough for a child to get the message. Yet enough information is conveyed for adult customers too.
If you remember the Cat’s Meow Tea package design project that I did a few weeks ago, I kept the color palate consistent among the designs. I would really like to do more designs like this so stay tuned for more!
This package design project combines two of my loves: vintage tin rocket toys and David Bowie. I took the idea for an old-timey rocket toy and gave it a little bit of a Bowie vibe. I illustrated a Starman (Major Tom, perhaps?) on the package along with some intergalactic lyrics. I tried to keep the packaging simple but interesting; informative but not too text-heavy. Created using Photoshop and Illustrator.
One of the old brands of Tin Rockets were called Moon Patrol, or Lunar Patrol because that was on everyones’ minds at the time. Today we are more focused on Mars, so that is why this is a Mars-themed design. While youngsters may not be familiar with the Bowie references, the toy and illustrations are fun enough to make that a non-issue.