The Story Behind the Logo

I love looking at all of the logos for sellers on Teachers Pay Teachers and bloggers in general. I am often impressed by the professionalism and creativity. With admiration comes curiosity....what's the story behind the design? Luckily for me (and you!), Jenny K created a fun little linky where we can all get to know the minds behind the designs a little better. So what's my story?

Well, last January 1st I opened my store with a logo very different than my current one. I knew I wanted my store to be called K's Kreations because both my name and my boyfriend's name (helps with the clipart) start with the letter K. I also love alliteration (dorky teacher moment). The goal for my store was to share my lesson and classroom creations with fellow teachers. My first logo was just this little K that I made using pencils.

I was feeling pretty proud of myself and launched the grand opening of my store. Once I made a few (literally) sales, I was hooked. I wanted my logo to look more professional so my boyfriend played around with some graphic programs and created this. He insisted on using the monster (who actually resembles a child) and he became the mascot. Each month he is featured in my store banner, etc.

 
 
Last summer I broke out into the world of blogging and had my site designed professionally (see the story behind the blog design here). My current logo is a mix of my favorite colors and my little mascot. Since the name K's Kreations was already in use in the blogging world, I added the Classroom to it. K's Kreations is my name on Teachers Pay Teachers and Pinterest. K's Classroom Kreations is my name on Facebook and my blog :)

 If you want to learn more about the logos of other sellers be sure to keep reading, or join the fun if you have your own story to share. Thanks for stopping by!

5 comments

  1. I love your little monster. It's fun to read how most of us have evolved into our current designs. Great story! Happy New Year!

    Diane

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  2. I'm crazy for your logo monster. My favorite part is that he changes a bit each month. Such a clever idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. The little monster is something people will look for and always attach to you! Somewhat like the cows for Chick Fil-A!

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  4. Wow--what an evolution your logo has been through--from the pencil "k" to what it is now...I love hearing these stories. Thank you for sharing and for linking up!!!

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  5. I think your little monster is cute...

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