Earlier this month was the grand opening for a new store in the small town of Hagerstown, Indiana, Every Day Is Christmas.
I had the privilege to work with the owner, Robin, in crafting the brand and logo.
This brand was such a delight to craft a logo for. The owner has a vision for her store that goes beyond offering Christmas gifts all year long. She is building a location where the community can come together, as well as welcome travelers from around the country as they visit small individual holiday stores.
In the back section is The Sidewalk Cafe and classes are being offered in the store where children and adults alike can come and make holiday crafts.
In addition, over the coming years, she will be adding one-of-a-kind local artist’s items. With those items, her vision is to tell the story behind the craft to bring a depth to the gift giving that sometimes gets lost in our harried era.
Christmas holds a special nostalgic place in my heart also, as you have seen by the ornaments and gifts I have made over the years. It was pure pleasure to craft a logo that embodies the joyful whimsy of Christmas, and yet is also classy and contemporary.
Congratulations to a wonderful new store spreading joy all year around!
To link to their Facebook page click: Every Day Is Christmas
Sheri, That’s just beautiful…whimsy and graceful elegance combined….so pretty!! I love it…. Great job! Now, will you have some of your ornaments in the store? I would love to visit the store….hoping for a day trip, but a lot going on right now. Will keep you posted. I think I have your phone number. If I don’t, I’ll let you know….and I’ll try to give a call soon. Have a fall yard sale Friday and Saturday….a good one. Wish I could’ve gotten it out before this late in season, but it’s OK…everything in its own time. May the Lord bless you. So glad you are sharing with me. Thanks my friend…Alethea
I already have one order through the store and people have been dropping in asking if my ornaments are there. I am working on that. There are some really neat ideas in my head, now to execute them.