I had a great experience with my designer. He listened to my ideas and translated them into art. I will work with him again and recommend him to anyone looking for quality work.
How Maricia.stevens started their logo design journey
I am a stay-at-home mom raising two children looking to open up my very own child daycare business in my home. I am a certified daycare worker and have worked with kids for the past past 11 years.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am targeting working parents who need to drop their kids off at my house during their work hours (8-5pm).
You can be creative with the font for "Tulip Tots" but I want it to be legible and kid-friendly - nothing too fancy so a child won't be able to read it. Also included in the design should be 2 or 3 tulips (no more than 3). The tulips should be a warm color (yellow, red, orange, pink, purple, etc.) with each tulip being a different color. Another possibility is to have a child or toddler holding tulips. A third idea is to have children's head and neck (each child with a different colored hair) popping out of the tulips. You can be creative with the placement of the images.