Man #moodboardmonday never fails me 🙌🏻 I have a new campaign to start for a client for an Independence Day Sale, and I landed right on the most PERFECT visual collection from @mindygayerdesign 😍 Hope your Monday is filling up with fun new projects, friends 💋
Well I meant to but didn’t post over the weekend because I was having way too much fun hanging out outside with @jddalbs and celebrating our 5th Anniversary! 🎉 It works out well that we’re good at mostly opposite things, but that we also enjoy doing almost all the same kinds of things together. He’s super patient with listening to ALL my talking about business and creative ideas (#ithinkoutloud), and I’m not sure what I’d do without his help and wise words. 😍#herestomanymore!
It's day 1 of @justacard week, woohoo! Celebrating and supporting small businesses, independent makers and creatives, and recognising the big impact even small purchases make to us!
Today is "You". I'm Skye and I started my @etsy based business The Skygardens nearly 2.5 years ago (what?!), selling air plants, terrarium kits and brass himmeli. Based in Falmouth in Cornwall, I run my business around raising my two little boys aged 5 and 2, and around whatever other projects my partner and I have going on (currently finishing some housey things and transforming a van into a camper). I love the outdoors and travelling, I'm about to start studying counselling, I miss my hometown Brighton, and I'd eat a bar of chocolate a night if I wasn't currently on an health-related amnesty. I dislike prawns and writing about myself! 😂
Amazing what a little R&R can do for your psyche. Woke up ready to tackle everything on my to-do list and I got so much done today. Like finally listing this topper that’s been sitting for months, lol. Go find it in the shop and it’s on sale! 😏😉 🦄 .
One of the hardest things for me in regards to my business was that question, “How do I brand myself?” 🍒 (this is my brand #moodboard )
My answer came to me in a very clear way. I have always loved pink. Anyone who knows me knows that’s a huge part of who I am.
But what I came to realize is that the softness and vulnerability that pink represented was only a part of myself.
I had now grown into a boldness I couldn’t contain. A liveliness that was far more assertive than I had been known for.
Once I realized this it was clear to me who I was and how I wanted the world to see me.
How did you discover your brand colors?