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It was time for a logo for Weaverbird Designs. I've always wanted one because logos are cool, and it would come in handy, especially now that I am selling a piece of jewelry now and then – and may at some point sell beaded ornaments. I wanted something simple and a bit abstract. And it had to be black and white, so that I could print hang tags or whatever on my laser printer. So I asked a graphic designer friend, Crystal Burnett of themirrorsedge.com if she was interested in a trade: logo for jewelry. To my delight she said yes! Working from my description of what I was looking for – terribly vague and unhelpful – she created this lovely thing:



What do you think? I'm over the moon –I keep grinning at the print out of it I've got tacked up next to my monitor and going, "I CAN HAZ LOGO!" (My inner lolcat got loose in all the excitement, clearly.) More than worth what I traded for it, in my opinion.

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Date: 2010-01-13 04:49 pm (UTC)
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I think it's wonderful, but the jewelry you traded for it is beautiful. I'd count it as a win/win, actually. 8-)

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Date: 2010-01-14 02:18 am (UTC)
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There's also an online service that I've seen recommended, but supporting your local printer has benefits more important than saving a few pennies

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