Most of us as creatives have likely experienced a time where we are feeling tired, uninspired, or are facing a creative block. These tips are nothing new - and probably nothing that you have not heard before from someone else, but perhaps a little reminder is a good thing. So here are 15 ideas to spark creativity and help you find inspiration in a new way.Read More
First I have to give a disclaimer - this is by no means a post against handmade paper! There are so many handmade papers that I love, each with their own unique qualities and strengths. As a someone who is inspired by texture, I always enjoy getting to work with handmade pages. All of that being said, however, handmade paper may not always be the right choice for each client and I wanted to talk about when and why there may be a better choice for certain projects.Read More
When I was first beginning to take client calls, they completely intimidated me. I was timid and felt unsure of how to lead a conversation, how to get the information that I needed, and establish a rapport with the potential client that would result in more clients booking with me. Over the years, however, I have grown in my confidence and now they are actually one of my favorite parts of my entire process. If you are like I was and find yourself struggling with client calls, I hope that these tips are helpful for you.
Does styling a flatly with paper goods make you excited or nervous? As a stationer, I done my fair share of styling stationery suites. I have come a long way from when I first started learning how to arrange the different pieces together. Today I wanted to share a few tips for elevating your stationery flatlays. Whether you are a stationer yourself or a photographer or a planner who struggles with stylign paper suites, I hope that these tips are helpful!Read More