Stickers, Business Cards, and….T-Shirts?

I am getting ready to order some more stickers.  They seems to be quite popular.  I should be selling them, but I just love to give them away.  Maybe I’ll become more disciplined with the second round.  But, who can resist when you see pictures like this???

Sticker-3AwesomeGuys

These handsome guys are stealing the thunder from my good looking stickers, don’t you think?  L-R, Dave Cornthwaite, Rod Wellington, and Dale Sanders.  If you have a few minutes (hours) and a cup of coffee (several), kick back and watch these three in the bike car adventures.  Sure-fire entertainment, no joke.  Here is the link to Dave Cornthwaite’s Bikecar Expedition 2012: The Highlights 

Good fun, guaranteed!

I also had fun designing business cards.  I have 250 on order from freelogodesigns.  Check them out, they’re friendly folks.  Here is my first round business card design (address removed for web posting):

card edited for web
Hard to see it here, but I like the way the mountains are brown with the blue river flowing out.  I think the ‘one woman’ line is brown and then the web address is blue.  If I only had a map of the route on the back.  I may add that with an address label.  We’ll see if it works.

I would love to have t-shirts.  Maybe I can mock something up for next post.

Lots to do.

Well, here is the result of my playing around:

t-shirt_draft2Thought, comments, suggestions?  Still need something for the front.  Or, should this go on front?  Hmmmm.

5 thoughts on “Stickers, Business Cards, and….T-Shirts?

  1. The stickers and such look great.
    Have you contacted Leave No Trace (lnt.org)? They have lots of resources on recreational low impact use of natural areas. As a teacher I use much of their content in my Wilderness Studies/Outdoor Ed classes. They are made from recycled plastic. The tag has the 7 LNT principles on it. They have a river corridor specific tag. Organizations also will get a run of tags done with their and the LNT logo and contact info on it. I give them out whenever I am educating groups or meet people in the mountains or on the rivers.
    Just a thought.
    Good luck with the adventure! I look forward to following your trip myself and with my students.
    Mike
    Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada

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