There is something about getting your own Logo that makes your business seem more real. Often when you work from home people do not see you as a business owner. This can include your spouse. You know the person who barges in your work room when you are concentrating on something and then gets mad when you give them one of those looks.
My journey to creating the logo you see at the top was sort of a fluke. I had been thinking it would be nice to have something that people could identify with. When networking on facebook a page that I added as a friend posted a logo she had created for another business. I decided to ask about the cost and how you go about it.
That is how my logo started. It was a fun and easy journey thanks to Frogjunkiee's Creative Creations. When creating your logo you want your business to come to mind. There are different ways to accomplish this. You show your name in words or pictures or your logo may imply what you are shooting for. Your vision, your friends comments and the person designing the logo all have thoughts and ideas that play into what is created. It will be a meeting of theses ideas that will bring forth a creations that express your business the way you want it to. Here is the key. Your idea of how you want your business displayed to your customers is the most important aspect of the creation.
Although I am not a florist I chose to use vines to represent harmoniously tangled. I felt it was a great representation of turning and twisting for the best out come. My business is jewelry but not so long ago I was trying to start an aromatherapy business under another name. I live in rural Indiana and it was a hard sale. Even though I know the great results you can achieve I gave up. I had spent a good chunk of change getting signs, cards etc. to promote that business. I also had chosen a name that could not expand or grow in a different direction if I needed it to. My name this time makes sure I have more flexibility and I wanted to make sure my logo could do the same. My saying is "Creating treasures for you." When I gave all this information to Shannon she came back with an idea. We bounced ideas off one another until we had a logo I felt represented what I was trying to achieve. Shannon made it fun and was very open to hearing what I was interested in achieving. Below is the logo I mostly use but she has given me other options, like the black one, for my use.
I enjoy adding it to my cards and pages. I show it when ever I get a chance. I want people to become accustom to seeing it and think of a friend and a great place to buy for themselves and for gifts.
Another new thing that has come along for Harmoniously Tangled is a helper, of sorts. This little helper is being featured in many of the photographs taken for my store and online presentations. Meet Harmoni...
Gniffer's Gnomes. You will be seeing more of her in the future. She has a wonderful story. To read more about her visit my facebook page and look through her photo album. There is a very sweet story there about her. Be sure to visit Gniffer's Gnomes and see the other wonderful gnomes she creates specially for each person. Harmoni has already been spread all over facebook but here is her debut in one of my store pictures. She has brought magic to my store by helping create new hand painted charms for Harmoniously Tangled's Attitude line.
Whew!! So much going on here at Harmoniously Tangled. The best part is that it all means growth! This is a very fun journey and I am glad to have you along. If ever possible I would love to meet you in person. This coming weekend (November 5 & 6) I will once again be teaming up with my sister Lisa over at Creative Kitty Crochet and we will be at St. John's 21st Annual Craft Show in Dover, Indiana. Stop by and see us if you are in the area.