Labels are hard.
Well, not really hard. Just... time consuming. I mean, look at my logo. It's simple. Nothing really crazy going on there. But it took me forever + a day to settle on the font, the color, the placement, etc. And then I had to work it all out in photoshop with transparency and layers so things were independently editable*. But, in the end I think I turned out really nice. The look I want for Hammer Soaps is "high end, but fun". When my sister saw it, those were the exact words she used. Nailed it! Mission accomplished. Well, hopefully. I'm no graphic artist nor am I a brand designer. I'm sure someone out there sees my stuff, shakes their head and chuckles a bit while muttering, "At least it's not in Comic Sans". Anyways, I've got a working label that'll be the basis for every other label here on out. Unless I change my mind. I'm apt to do that.
*Is that even a word? I guess it is. It just sounds really weird right now. I think I've been at the computer too long. Day two of working on labels.
See, I've got this one too. Not sure where I'm gonna use it. It's kinda important to me to have the hammer visible everywhere, you know? Either way, it looks quite nice. I'm sure I'll find somewhere to stick it.
By the way, the face wash is AMAZING! I use it morning and night. Can't wait for you all to try it! Let me know what you think of the design in the comments. Or on Facebook. I'm posting there too.
Julie Hammer is the owner of Hammer Soaps Bath & Body.