Coffee Talk Monday #16

Apr 25, 2011

Happy Monday friends! I hope that you all had a blessed Easter Sunday. Ours was super low-key, ┬ábut really nice. I got to hang out with all the cutie patootie ┬ábabies in children’s ministry at church in the morning, then we went to service, followed by lunch at our fav. The rest of the day was a mixture of tv, afternoon naps, walks, and relaxation. The only thing that was missing was my amazing family back in Wisconsin. Miss you all! What did you all do?

I think I secretly want to be a hippie. Well, as far as food goes anyways. I’m talking full on grow my own veggies, pick up eggs from the farmer himself, drink kale smoothies kinda girl. Right now I’m just a “wanna be”. Mostly because eating ‘hippie-healthy ‘requires a lot of work and right now my desire to be a “granola” is trumped when I think about how much time this would take. Maybe someday…but until then I’ll just have to be satisfied with my almond milk drinkin’, frozen veggie cookin’, gluten free self :).

I’m due for a really great movie. I can’t even remember the last movie I saw that I LOVED. So I need your help. Seen any GREAT movies lately? Pretty please leave me some suggestions in the comment box. Thanks!

If you’ve been with me for a while, you know that the biz has gone through many exciting things lately. You’ve seen the transition from Stacy Lynn Photography to Stacy Kokes Photography, the launching of my new branding, my new website and most recently my promo video. If you didn’t see that yet, check it out HERE. I thought I would keep the excitement going by showing you some of my new marking materials. My graphic designer Emma did a FAB job designing my business cards, thank you cards and a new client guide book. I love, love, love how everything turned out and wanted to give you a peek. Let me know what you think :) xoxo

front + back of my business cards

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then I used my sweet rubber stamp to personalize these little bags that I place my biz cards in

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front + back of my client guidebook. if you want to see what’s inside, you gotta become a client ;)

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front view of my thank you card

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corrugated cardboard cd case complete with personalized SKP tag :)

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the whole crew…what do you think???

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  1. Stacee Lianna

    April 26th, 2011 at 2:13 am

    i think that looks AMAZING! and i wish i was this put together hahaha ;]

  2. Sara

    April 26th, 2011 at 2:47 am

    Ahhhh, I love it Stacy! I love how organic and textured everything looks! I am dying to find the right solution for my packaging and just haven’t found anything I love yet. I love the little bags for your biz cards-I was looking for a similar style for my CD case but have yet to find them. And you have me sold on rubber stamps now. I already loved them, but now I am head over heels in love with the idea! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Karen Allen

    April 26th, 2011 at 10:42 am

    Wow, I am so in love with the CD case! It’s all so fabulous, but that is my favorite part. Awesome!

  4. emily

    April 26th, 2011 at 8:28 pm

    Stacy… this is so funny… I have the same disc sleeve (well not the corrugated, but the plain one just like it)!! Aren’t they great?!! Love all your new material!

  5. Casia

    April 27th, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    Ummmmmm…. where the heck have I been?!!! New name, re-brand, video and YUMMY cards…. I LOVE IT ALL. It totally screams YOU. YAY…. so excited and proud of your new presence. FANTASTIC.

  6. Gabrielle Bass

    April 28th, 2011 at 11:54 pm

    Hi Stacy! Found you through Pursuit 31. I absolutely love your blog and the simplicity of your packaging. I am awaiting my goodies from them as well! Might I ask who you went with for your Rubber Stamp? I want one for my heart logo.

    Keep the Light & Love in Your Images ~ Gabrielle

  7. stacylynn

    April 29th, 2011 at 3:24 am

    Hey girl! My graphic designer ordered them. I believe it was from Simon’s Stamps :)

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