Top Secret Project Unveiled: Houston Blogger Symposium

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It's the Houston Blogger Symposium!!! It's the brainchild of my dear blogger turned real life pal and fellow Cheeto lover, Megan. She approached me with her idea of a starting a blogger conference in Houston a couple months ago, and I was instantly intrigued and excited about it. When she asked if I could do the branding and website, I hopped on board before you could say "Jiminy Cricket." Plus, how could I resist with a tagline like "bloggers bonding over bubbly"???  From picking the color palette, developing the logo, and building the website, this project was a delight to be a part of. Meg, I am so freakin' proud of you and all that you did to make this event happen. You are a rock star, lady.

Now skedaddle and go buy your ticket - the par-tayyy is in Houston on September 15th, and you better be there or be square! Want to stay in the loop? I suggest you "like" and "follow" the Houston Blogger Symposium. 

PS Sheesh....I have been remiss about keeping y'all updated on my blog design work, haven't I? Well, I've got a handful of them under my belt now....and I want to add yours to it. Just sayin'.

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  1. AWWWW I am so jealous! I want to live in Houston or at least near it! It looks so fun and fabulous! enjoy yourselves!


  2. fellow cheeto lover. lol. hilarious as always! =)

  3. this sounds awesome!! I'm definitely going to buy a ticket to this! I'm so excited to attend something like this and have it right here in Houston :)

  4. Yay! I'm from Houston, now in another nearby Texas city. I will have to go.


  5. The design of the site is gorgeous! You girls are awesome! Trying to get a couple Austin bloggers to join. :)

    1. Awww, thanks Nikol! That sounds totally fab...we should all road trip it there together!

  6. I love this idea!!! I'm really annoyed that I can't attend. Hopefully there will be some free events I can attend some other time.


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