I wanted to share a recent commission with you guys! This watercolour header was made for the lovely Michelle over at Seaweed Kisses. For those of you that are into snail mail, stationery and journaling make sure you head over to her little blog! We both share a love for a lot of the same things so this one was fun to create!
Right now I have quite a lot of free time on my hands. So I’m offering you the chance to rejuvenate your blog with a new header created by me.
If you are interested in a customised header for your blog, get in touch! Before you send me an email have a good think about what sort of things you feel best represent you. What are you passionate about? Do you have a favourite food, place to travel to, magazine, flower, perfume? It can be absolutely anything under the sun – so long as it can be illustrated.
For a limited time I’m setting the price of each commission at £50 – this is based on the amount of time spent designing, sketching, painting and editing the final image. I really enjoy illustrating and I put my heart and soul into everything I create. So you’ll be sure to walk away with something that uniquely represents you. Making things like this really make me realise how much I enjoy the creative process!
Rather than watermarking commissioned headers, I prefer to integrate the blog name into it, that way only you can use it. Plus if it does get stolen it should lead back to your blog. Having a customised header can make your blog feel more personal and from the get-go lets people know what your blog is all about. Mine has been on for a long time, but I feel that it still manages to accurately capture what I’m about.
Please note: The above price is for an edited digital jpeg file of an original watercolour design. If you would like a print of your design posted to you, this can be arranged for an additional price. Image mapping can also be done if requested. 🙂
To those that are interested in a header similar to the one I did above for Seaweed Kisses, drop me an email at email@example.com with the title “header”. To view more illustration work click here.