Emily did a great job, had great ideas, worked fast and on a high level. We're looking forward to work with her again in the future, thank you again!
Amazing designer! Provides accurate and quick design objectives.
- Yulia Faj'rin
What a pleasure to work with Yulia, !
She understood our requirements, delivered in time the project.
Will definately hire Yulia for further projects.
We recommand Yulia with no hesitation.
- Lucca Bloedow
Lucca did a great job and was easy to work with when we wanted to make edits.
How Kristiemaewolfe started their product label journey
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'm open to almost any color except blue. The Lookout is a red and the interior is mostly black and white. The bedding is a rust color. It's in an forest with lots of evergreen, cedar & tamarack trees so all those nature colors are good too.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I'm making custom candles for my firelookout vacation rental. The scent has Tabacco, Evergreen, Cedar & Spruce. The wax is an All Natural Soy Wax. They are 1/2 pint (8 oz) and in a little reusable metal can. Handpoured in Idaho. I need a label for the side and top.
Description of the product target audience
My rental targets outdoorsy, adventurous couples. The rental is in the North Idaho Panhandle atop crystal peak. The couples visiting are into brands like Huckberry, Redwing, Fieldnotes, Art of Manliness etc.
Since this is an old 1959 forest service fire lookout, I love that forest service aesthetic. Our guidebook is meant to look like a Field note notebook. You can check out the Airbnb listing or our instagram @crystalpeaklookout to get the vibe.
I want a label for the top of the can and a label that goes around the can. There are pictures of the measurements
What to avoid
The colors should meld with the lookout, nothing like neon. I can't think of any other dont's...
2" Round top. Label is 2.5"H x 8.5L
If I had to pick a favorite design of the ones I've uploaded it would be this Scout one. I think it looks like it could be from the 1950's or 60's. I like the all the information that's on it - the 'how to' portion is great.
I also really like this line of candles labels. I like that they seem retro as well.
A lot of things in the fire lookout are like this.. sort of instructional, field note looking.
This looks like a map in the original lookout - I just posted it for vibe :)