Wow, it’s been forever since I last updated with completed projects. The two lovelies we’re talking about now have been completed since summer, though. Why am I only updating now about them? Two reasons:
1 – iFail at life, lol. I’ve been super busy this year, and when I think to do something “next week” that doesn’t involve a work-related deadline, it has come to mean I’m probably going to forget, sigh.
2 – I wanted to post about both with links, and the header didn’t go live right away when the work on it was done. But it is live now, and I remembered I need to update, lol, so here we go.
Blogger Theme: All the Diversity
The lovely Kym wanted something fresh and minimalist with an urban air, and her fav color was green. So I went in a green-ified direction and had a lot of fun with bold typesets. This is what came out:
Kym got a Basic Blogger, and I love the serene feel of what came out. Go check it out live at All the Diversity xD
The Keyboard Rambler Custom Header
Lanae wanted a Custom Header that would convey her Keyboard Rambler concept, and she had an idea of an actual keyboard maybe. It was fun to work on this project, and I loved the color scheme Lanae wanted used. I really like the outcome, and she’s using it on the awesome Tweak Me theme which I totally love for blogs.
This is how this baby looks:
Head on over to The Keyboard Rambler to read some cool reviews, fanfic and original fic.
And that’s about it for now, folks.
Today we’re talking about the lovely Katiria and her La Jersey Chika Reads Indie Books blog.
Katiria got a Basic Blogger with a 1 – 5 rating system. I loved her choice of color combos, it’s also one of my favs, and I had a lot of fun working on this project. Katiria was lovely to work with and I’m happy to say she loved the results xDD
You should totally go over to her place and see it all live!
Hey guys! Missed me, huh? I missed you! <3
Wow, it's been uber-long since we've chatted last, huh? I have been doing minor designing here and there since we talked last, but nothing major and somehow I never got around to post about those projects here. Truth be told, I've been super-busy with the writing/translating/reading&book-blogging part of my life, and Ps play took a backseat for a while. And God, I missed it!! So it feels good to be back. I mean, I never left, but you know...:D
Today we're talking about the awesome fun I've had with Britt from the newly-named Brittersweet Reads. You know Britt, she’s the Bookworm we’ve talked about a while back – her blog used to be Please Feed the Bookworm.
In the meantime, she’s moved to WordPress, and chose the fabulous Tweak Me as basis. The fab Nose Graze “translated” Britt’s design into her uber-easy-to-customize-and-enjoy theme. But then Britt went on a hiatus for a bit, and when she came back the shiny new Brittersweet Reads was born. Britt wanted to revamp her style, and being the lovely creature that she is, she wanted us to work together on her new style – ofc still using the kickass Tweak Me theme. And work we did xDDD Feast your eyes on the results!
Britt got a new custom header, background, post divider, sidebar description image, rating system, blog button and some minor tweaks here and there to go with the shiny new goods.
It’s always fun to work with Britt, there’s just something bubbly and super fun about her, you know? Plus we totally geed out, jedi style xDDD
And she wanted her new look to reflect the royal bookworm-ness of her soul and all sorts of topics she’s gonna talk about, in sparkly awesomeness too. I’m kinna loving the results, tbh.
Please do visit the Brittersweet Reads to see it all in its shiny glory xDDD
Today we’re talking about GL Tomas‘s place.
Guinevere and Libertad wanted a light, blur/purple professional looking theme on the minimalist side for their author pseudonym, GL Tomas. I loved working on this project, and almost regretted not keeping the background image for myself, lol! That’s part of the process when designing. You gotta let go, sigh. Here’s what came out of our collab:
The girls got a Basic WordPress Customization, and we used the awesome Twenty Twelve as basis for the design, plus a couple extra icons and a slider plugin installation.
It was a pleasure working with them 🙂