November 19, 2008

I need your help..... PLEASE?!


Okay I have finally decided to have a blog button/badge thingy made for me. I have tried to make one myself many times and have had little success so I went to the wonderful and talented henryrabbit who designed my blog and shop banners and I have given her the task.
So I am in thinking mode for ideas of what it will look like and say.
Obviously it will say Giggleberry Creations but I would also love to add a punch line type explanation of what I make.... something along the lines of "Handmade Fabric Banners"..... the tricky thing is my banners can be called so many things like bunting, banners, garland, pennant strings, swag, flags the list goes on.
This is where you come in.... what would be the best explanation for you if you were a passing reader of a blog and saw a button/badge for my flags? What make sense to you? What would catch your eye?

Any and ALL suggestions, tips, ideas, do's and dont's are more than welcome - just leave a comment on this post - and THANK YOU in advance! I promise to show you all as soon as it's complete.

8 comments:

Valerie said...

I like "bunting" the best. Much too wordy but this is what comes to mind: Celebrate your special day with Giggleberry's Bunting.

Dry, I know!

Kori Clark Designs said...

This is a tough one! I think "banners" may be your best option. Or what if you combine two of them? Like "flag garland" or "flag banners"? Perhaps that's too much type. I guess I am not helping much! =)

Whimsical Creations said...

I like fabric banners. =D

Reese said...

Hmm...I would call them pennants,but banner is a cool buzz word these days. I'll think.
You have to stop my blog tomorrow, my tomorrow.LOL
www.mimiandreese.blogspot.com

New England Quilter said...

"Pennant Banners" would be my suggestion. Good luck!
Amy
Snoopy Ornaments

buttonsbyloulou said...

I would know them as bunting. Good Luck.

Carley said...

Either flags or bunting I think...

Allie said...

Hi Amy, I think bunting would catch my eye the most! :), allie