Today we’re talking about awesome Alex @ The Book’s Buzz‘s design 😀
I’ve worked with Alex a while back on her bee design. In the meantime, she’s grown as a blogger and wanted a spiffy new look to match. I loved her idea of minimalism and clean lines, and I especially loved the fact she welcomed my watercolor urges, lol 😀 The result?
Alex got the Basic Blogger plus Custom Header, and I’m thrilled with the results. But most importantly, she is 😀 She even talked about it here, being entirely too sweet and awesome and generous with me xD
Get over there and see it all live in all its glory 😀
Talk soon, lovelies!
Wow, I am so excited to tell you about the awesome ballerina project I’ve worked on with Jazzie @ The Book Dancer xD I have a secret love of ballerinas, hehe, and this was my first ballerina project ever 😀 I totally fangirled over the idea as soon as Jazzie talked to me about her vision.
This is what came out:
Jazzie got the Basic Blogger + Custom Header and a rating system, and while it took me longer than it normally does to come up with the design, I freaking loved every moment of it 😀 And she’s loving her new look too, she talked about it here 😀
Go over to her awesome blog and see it all live!
We’ll talk soon, with some equally exciting (for me, at least, lol!) news!
So, today we’re talking about a Blogger “website homepage view” I’ve been working on. Before we go any further, please applaud Hollie Lo‘s artwork (find her work on DeviantArt) – she’s the one who worked on the awesome girl & moon & bridge image I used for the theme. Here’s her Moon Bridge, awesome ain’t it? Used her work with her permission (obtained by the blog owner) and of course with giving credit with links, because that’s the right thing to do 🙂
Lovely, isn’t it? June Moonbridge got a Basic Blogger with a drop-down menu and an extra icon. I had an easier job than usual since I didn’t come up with the image used this time, but I loved working with this amazing image xD
Go see it all live on Dreams under the Moonbridge 🙂
Today we’re talking about a real fun project I worked on for Diantha’s Masquerade Book Tours. Obviously, there’s a masquerade motive going on, and I’ve had a great time working on it. Diantha wanted the awesome Johanes Djogan‘s SkyBlue theme customized, and I for one feel it works awesome for her needs.
Take a looksie at what came out…
Diantha got a Basic Blogger, coupled with a customized drop-down menu, custom header, a bunch of text stickers, a few extra buttons, a Twitter old layout header, and a sticker, so lots of goodies, lol. Love the outcome? I hope you do 😀