Hi everyone, here are some vintage-label inspired shapes for your blogs. Unlike these pre-designed labels and tags (PNG), you can enlarge or shrink these shapes to any size without loss of quality. You can also apply a pattern or make them any color you want. There are several styles: beveled corners, concave corners, convex corners, rounded/circle corners, circle shapes, and labels with embellished borders. And finally, there are heart-shaped labels (not vintage, but I think they’re cute)! Check out a preview here.
I learned 2 things this week. The first was how to combine Photoshop shapes as taught by Method and Craft. The 2nd and maybe most important thing I learned is that I like — no, not just like — but I love hot pink finger nail polish. I never thought of myself as a hot pink nailpolish gal before. Maybe my color sense has been broadened by Door Sixteen and Our City Lights who both have a public love affair with Hot Pink. Or maybe it’s just me and all that coffee I’ve been chugging this week. Who really knows? In any case, I love hot pink nail polish and the proof is that I just can’t stop looking at my hot pink manicure. In case you’re wondering, I’m wearing Fiesta by Essie.
Following are some iPhone photos I shot last week. More photos here. Hope you guys had a great weekend!
I was flipping through my Oct. 2011 Harper’s Bazaar Australia and tucked away in the Beauty News section on pg. 152 was a single photo from backstage of the Chanel haute couture runway A/W 11-12. What caught my eye was the lace mask the model was wearing. With a little googling I learned that Karl Lagerfeld was going for an edgy bandit look in the runway show, since the show was being held at night. Anyhow, the lace reminded me of Nadine Pau’s awesome Photoshop lace brushes.