Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from August, 2009

Long Time, No Posts!

Hi blog friends,

I wanted to take a quick moment out to make a new post. We've been busy here at Matinae Design Studio!! We've stocked up with new inventory, have started using some fresh and new techniques, and have booked new clients! We're so very excited to share these new projects with you and are hoping to continue to book projects and help people out with all of their design and printing needs!

My husband and I leave for vacation on Friday to celebrate our first wedding anniversary! Our wedding was also featured on Pretty Chicky yesterday! What an honor to have been featured on Pretty Chicky's website. Thanks to Shari at PC for featuring us. A little post about Matinae Design Studio is also supposed to be posted but I haven't seen it yet. So excited! I'll be out of town from August 28th - September 1st and will have very limited computer access so if you e-mail us but don't hear back from me right away, don't worry! I promise to get back to everyon…

Rochelle [Business Cards, Flyers, and Signs]

Rochelle is a local manicurist who was in need of some promotional items. She was fresh out of business cards so I designed some zebra bordered business cards that were printed on premium pearl metallic card stock. They were double sided cards with her information on the front while the back featured the client's appointment information (type of service, day and time). She currently works at two salons so we made cards for both of them. I cut each of the 500 cards out individually. I made a coordinating zebra print box to hold the majority of her cards too!


Rochelle offers "Princess Days" as part of her services. Princess Days occur once every month or so and are days where little girls can come in to get their nails and hair done along with face painting. The cool part is that Rochelle and the rest of the girls at the salon dress up in full princess costumes! They look like they have come straight from Disneyland! She needed flyers and two signs made for advertisement. W…