In this episode we talk about:
- What does Stephanie think of when she hears “Type A”
- Stephanie’s day job, creating custom stationery for weddings
- Her new project of creating a floral Tarot deck, called Fleurot
- The artists that paved the way for her to pursue her desire to create a Tarot deck
- How creating the deck allowed her to learn even more about Tarot
- The idea that, for multi-passionate people, the places where our passions intersect are where things get interesting
- How her stationery design background helped inform the design & creation of Fleurot
- Stephanie’s 100 day projects & how they allowed her to learn more about different types of flowers
- The structure of Fleurot and how she she blends the Victorian Language of Flowers with the traditional Rider-Waite Tarot deck
- Her creative process for Fleurot & how she utilized her love of spreadsheets throughout
- How she connects the Tarot deck back to her stationery business
- Her experience with creating her product vs. selling it
- Why she decided to do a limited release & is not using a publisher at first
- What the catch phrase for Stephanie’s left brain would be
Mentioned In This Episode:
I’m passionate about helping committed couples curate a visual language that perfectly represents their unique love, so that they can share it loudly and proudly with their community. I believe that no two couples are alike, and that event stationery should reflect that individuality!
With a background in Graphic Design and branding, I thrive in the challenge to create stationery that is not only beautiful, but heartfelt. Something that perfectly represents what your love is all about, and the ritual of your union.
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About The Type A Creative Podcast:
The Type A Creative is for those of us who feel like walking juxtapositions. You know who you are. You can balance spreadsheets just as easily as you can design a logo. Sometimes it’s a little disorienting because you’re a left-brain / right-brain blend that doesn’t always fit into the labels of “artist” or “numbers person.”
On the show we bring in fellow bosses, painters, creative directors, film makers, entrepreneurs, and writers — together we’re having conversations about what it is to be both Type A and Creative.
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