Brand Reveal – Shelly Roark

For the past couple of months, I’ve had the opportunity to work with the wonderful Shelly Roark, a writer from Texas who is just about to publish her first first children’s book this September called, The Bubble That Would Not Pop.  It’s a heart-warming story about a little green-eyed girl and a bubble she sent on a special mission.  You’re not going to want to miss it. I came to this project through another client, Little Lamb Books.  Little Lamb Books is run by Rachel Pellegrino, and I’m doubly-excited that The Bubble That Would Not Pop is the first book among several in her catalog to be released.  She has worked tirelessly to prepare for this day and I have been … Read More

Brand Reveal – Little Lamb Books

“GIRL! You ROCK!” – Rachel Pellegrino Who doesn’t love to hear words like that after finishing a branding project? This has truly been a labor of love because not only is the owner of Little Lamb Books – Rachel LaMonica – a thrill to work with, she also has a commitment to bringing the love of God to children all over the world with Christ-centered elementary, middle-school, and young adult titles.  It’s been a delight to watch her business take off from scribblings in a notebook to releasing her first title by Shelly Roark, and we continue to work together for the upcoming authors she has in the hopper.  I have been able to partner with her in her success … Read More

Hand Lettering: Love Story

When a friend of mine got married and moved with her new husband to the lush mountains of Tennessee, I was struck by their beautiful love story.  The two of them also have a blog about their homestead called “Home At Winshaw” and live intentionally simple, making memories together with their two beautiful children.  Check out their home business making play scale iron doll beds and bedding on Instagram, Dream Come True Beds.  Photo by Atlanta Goodwin.  Lettering by me.

Brand Reveal – Memorial Church

Memorial Baptist Church in Temple, Texas came to me looking for an updated logo and website as they were in the process of moving from a traditional Baptist experience to a more contemporary one.  The old logo was very dated, and the church wanted their logo and branding to reach a more modern audience, while still keeping a traditional feel. I created a new logo and color scheme, a business stationery package, and a WordPress website that they could easily update to coincide with their changing needs and events as they work to reach people for Christ.