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Fired Up! Forms

Thoughtfully-designed forms help to create a positive customer interaction and are an important communication tool. As a person with a slightly longer than average name and large, messy handwriting myself, I tend to notice when forms don’t have enough room to write. A good form should also be easy to understand what info is being requested and not rely too much on reading to complete fully. These forms are secured in pads to make it easy and tidy for staff, and feature a perforated reminder slip for the customer to take away. With plenty of room for customers to hand write information clearly, staff can easily match up ceramics projects with their owners when they come out of the kiln ready to pick up.
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Buckerfield’s Nostalgia Ad

Nostalgic ad appearing in Orchard & Vine Magazine to congratulate the publication on 60 years of partnership supporting local farmers. Buckerfield’s is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2019.
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Buckerfield’s Flyers

Retail flyers for Buckerfield’s Country Stores supplying farmers, homeowners, gardeners and pet lovers in British Columbia. Visit them here.
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Fired Up! Gift Voucher

New design of gift certificates for ceramics and canvas painting studio, Fired Up! Previous versions of their gift certificates did not best represent the studio’s brand and included multiple denominations. The new version features a field for staff to fill in the value of the gift certificate for any value purchased by customers. Printing costs were reduced by using a smaller size voucher and only one version. The new version keeps the original “License to Kiln” concept, extending the idea with an antique-style license look to the vouchers. Includes new photography by Dasha Armstrong reinforcing the look of the Fired Up! brand. Visit Fired Up! in Victoria, BC “Amanda, you were very patient and I always got the feeling that you were really listening to me.” – Janna Gisler, Owner, Fired Up!
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Slaters Print Ads

Ongoing series of 1/6-page print ads appearing in EAT Magazine. Visit Slaters here.
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Mortimer’s Monumental Works Presentation Folder

Branded folder for client to provide documents to customers with an organized, convenient and professional presentation. Printed in 2 spot colours for  colour consistency and cost-savings on 130lb uncoated paper for an understated look. Features one business card slot on the inside right pocket. “It was great working with Paper Panda Creative! I would recommend Amanda to anyone I know that is looking for what she does so well. Amanda is so easy to work with! Prompt, friendly and efficient.” – Gail Mann, Mortimer’s Monumental Works Ltd.
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YOUR Magazine Rate Card 2019

Sales tool with advertising details and art specs for YOUR Magazine. The Concept Behind YOUR: In Victoria’s Capital Region, there are close to 1,000 registered not-for-profit organizations, and for many of them, one of the largest challenges they face after finances, is getting their stories told. YOUR Magazine believes that right now we can help raise the awareness of such organizations, with interesting and unique stories to tell that will shine a light on the philanthropic opportunities and organizations in this community. YOUR community. Visit YOUR Magazine here.
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Sterling Stanford Presentation Folder

Presentation folders for chartered professional accounting firm Sterling Stanford. The folders feature an all-over gloss varnish pattern that continues onto the inner pockets and a soft aqueous coating on the interior solid blue background. This project was an update to the client’s existing folder design.
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Fired UP! Ceramics and Canvas Rack Cards

Makeover of brochures for a local paint-your-own ceramics and canvas studio in Victoria, BC. A bit of reorganizing and polishing up resulted in combining 4 single-sided cards into 3 double-sided cards for clear presentation of info and cost savings on printing. Visit Fired UP!
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Think Local Week Poster

Last-minute makeover of a poster originally designed in-house at Think Local First Victoria. Visit them here.
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