Such a gorgeous wall hanging by @redheadweaver
A logo is a foundational part of your business. It’s what everyone sees when they go to your website. Or receive a package. 📦
So that means there’s a lot of pressure on it to be ‘just perfect’! Aargh! The stress! 😫
I’m going to level with you: I spent big bucks to have my logo custom-designed by a professional graphic artist. But I’ve been in business for a while! My custom logo was an upgrade to the logo I started with. Yeah, that’s right: when you’re starting a business, it’s most important to have a logo that looks clean, professional and custom. It’s not important that it’s the most perfect logo that you’ll have forever and ever (so, don’t get a tattoo of it, okay? Probably a good rule, anyway.) 🙅♀️ When you’re starting out, you may not know exactly where your business is headed or what niche it’s going to fill 🤷. When I began Tiny Hands, I was determined to be the destination for all things food. You know, food-shaped purses, t-shirts, the works. It, uh, didn’t turn out that way. But that’s okay! 👍 What I mean is, you need a logo that gets you going, establishes you as a professional business… but gives you space to grow and determine the path your business is really going to take. 💗 Where is the perfect place to get your starter logo?🤷 Head to Creative Market and click Logo Templates. So many choices! One is bound to suit you. And for only about $15. I also love fivrr and their logo design service. Put in the parameters you want, and you’ll see choices of logo templates that a designer will edit to suit your business. Prices vary based on options, but usually start at $10. 💸 See… that’s not so hard, is it? A logo is a great example of where you shouldn’t let the strive for perfection get in the way of doing something (easy) that’s just really good.