Last year I have made a victorious accomplishment when I could tick off one of my resolution in mid year. It was fulfilling to know that I could finally beat the euphoria of never ending resolutions. So I got into photoshop and never look back. My relationship with the software took off from zero to hero.
I always love designing. Ever since I was a little girl I used to design my own party dress. Now in the computer age, I like to design pretty much any thing. That’s when my love for printings starts to grow too. Hence there was no stopping today as I roamed around the web and found the two amazing printing and design nests.
Mica May used to create her own notebook until some friends and clients from her other business wanted her creation as well. That was what made her launch her May Designs business. Pantone are used in most of her designs and I really love them for the simplicity yet stylish and far from boring.
Her products varied from notebooks, photo books, cards and more.
Here’s the print screen from her online store. Be sure to visit. CLICK HERE
The Handmade Home
It’s a super creative blog with awesome designs, I just need to stay around there for a while to soak up the creative aura that sparks from the colorful layout and design. Jamin and Ashley, the owner of this blog really know how to play their design magic.
The Handmade Home is PR friendly blog but also offer gorgeous printable that you can download and print from home.
Talking about printing and design, I would like to also introduce you to the new CuteCoconut Shop where you can find some printable planners at very low prices. Special for you readers, grab this 10% discount on Printable Items, valid until 30 January 2015.
Some printable that you can purchase are:
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