How I Use Digital Papers To Make Branding Easier
This is a quick post that was inspired by the number 15. I know, it sounds like the start of Sesame Street, but this is real life. Mine!
For 15 years we've lived in this house, in a town that is dotted with expansive orchards and dairy farms.
I have had three kids in those 15 years.
Those were lean years. My husband is a teacher and I worked freelancing, all while having babies, nursing babies, cleaning up after babies and being sick with high fevers and still having to take care of babies. I never thought I'd sleep a full night again. Or eat a meal sitting down. Ever. Again. 3 kids in 4.5 years almost killed me.
But, of course it didn't.
I just learned how to streamline things.
Creating my own digital papers has been my answer to not being able to find what I wanted on other digital design websites. Don't get me wrong, most of the time I find what I need, but there are times I want something different.
If your home based business cannot afford a professionally designed brand, these digital papers will help your business transform into a polished brand. Why? Because I bundled designs that go together to take the guess work out of the process. In a series of blog posts, I will show you different ways to use my papers. Below is a simple breakdown of what they can be used for and how they can help you make your business look trustworthy and professional. You want that, right?
How to use digital papers
• Create business cards in Canva or Adobe InDesign
• Use as borders or decorative edges on any design
• Design templates for social media posts with one or more of these as the background. Add Inspirational quotes, your logo and change daily.
• Brand your cover photos for social media with the same papers + matching ones in the pack, that you used in your business card and social media posts. This will create a polished look for your biz, without you having to hire a graphic designer. See examples below.
Well, here's to 15 years!
Click here to get these super chic and feminine designs and stay tuned for more tutorials in next weeks blog post.
I can't wait to see how you use these beauties! Post in the comments below or feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.