Creative kick: new header

Sometimes I got the urge to be creative, but I don’t know what to do. I had one of those days today.

After I’d come home, emptied the dishwasher, organized my pattern paper/cardboad, collected all my Christmas ornaments, played Cafe World on Facebook, met Geir downstairs with my sisters sowing machine and eaten chicken for dinner, I sat down wondering what to do.

I thought of several things:

  • taking a self portrait for what become a new flickr-project.
  • work on my book about the 202 doors I’ve shot.
  • make birthday cards

I ended up making a new header for this blog. I’ve wanted to do that for a while now, but haven’t gotten to it. Not before today.

It took me long to get it done. I’m always so indecicive when it comes to things like that. Just take the font. I had to search looong before I found something I liked. I really like this stitched font. It looks so cool. And it fits this blog I think.

To figure out what kind of text I wanted was hard. I tried to find a little something that rhymed, but found out quite fast that that didn’t work. Word that rhymes with photos, music or papercards is almost none-excisiting.

With a little help from Chantie, I managed to finish up at last. I’m quite satisfied with the result. What do you think?

One response to Creative kick: new header

  1. musketnuss

    This is a really pretty header! I like the font, it fits. I’m a quite indecisive person, too, it’s also really hard for me to choose a font (even if it’s only for some essay). But I’m totally useless with the wordpress-designs and so on – I don’t even know how to get your own header up there.
    Loved the doors-project. I want to have a project, too! ;-)

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