Shutterfly by Design 2015

For the third year in a row, Shutterfly has hosted its annual Shutterfly by Design event. This was my third year working side by side with Shutterfly. For this event I sourced images for different sections while also making customized artwork for different pieces. Mr. Brad Goreski was the host for this years event since he had done a little SFLY collection as well.

 

In "Andie's room I took some of Shutterfly's wooden wall art and did some quick DIY treatments to them. The wooden Andie on the left with the colorful letters are Andie's actual signature in crayon, scanned into a computer, printed on wall art, then I did a nail and string on top of it. The yellow Andie on the right has a white glitter overlay.

This is a wall installation that I designed and made. The background pieces are Shutterfly's metal wall art printed with NYC images. Each of the boxes you see are Shutterfly's photo cubes turned upside down to act as succulent pots. The idea was you could have a garden inside the tiniest NYC apartment by making your own wall art garden at home. Some of the cubes have sayings prints and some have silly sayings that my hubby and I made up.

 I also made a clipboard with printed canvas wall art as well.

I also made a clipboard with printed canvas wall art as well.

Each editor and blogger who came through got to make their own take home succulent photo cube.

 These are Shutterfly's faceplates for the portable chargers. I turned each of them into popsicle with fun photos and then adding a wooden stick.

These are Shutterfly's faceplates for the portable chargers. I turned each of them into popsicle with fun photos and then adding a wooden stick.

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 This table wassitting in front of the popsicle faceplate wall. Editor and bloggers could charge up while they mingled at the event.

This table wassitting in front of the popsicle faceplate wall. Editor and bloggers could charge up while they mingled at the event.

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