Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Help Choose My New Logo, A Giveaway & Bragging About & Thanks to My Famous Niece!



By now, most of you know I've moved my shop from Etsy to my own website, Nancy's Daily Dish.   Temporarily the website is set up with a basic template but the new design should be installed around the middle of the month.   I feel like a little kid waiting for Christmas while anticipating its launch. 


I asked (sent a weepy FB message to) my advertising executive niece, Tiffany Rolfe, partner at Co:Collective for some much needed direction on web design, etc.  She has a background in web design and is now an industry leader in the advertising world so I thought who could be better to ask?    She is doing more than advising me, but helping put the whole website together in her spare time, while she's at home with her new born baby Myla…the newest addition to our family, born on Jonah's birthday!  Isn't she so precious?  I am obsessed with her name, Myla Pearl.  Too sweet.


Tiffany is very well known throughout the advertising world.  Her work has been featured on the covers of major publications like The New York Times, The Huffington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Salon, Advertising Age, Adweek and others. 

You've probably seen many of my nieces ad campaigns on television as she works with Fortune 500 companies like Google, You Tube, Old Navy, Microsoft, GE, Victorias Secret, American Express, BMW, Mini Cooper, Volkswagen, Ikea, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and more than I can possibly name off the top of my head.


Here is Tiff looking very mannequin-ish for a magazine shoot about her Old Navy ads for which she was creative director.  She also led the pitch on this $200 million account!  (image credit Kevin Knight)

 In addition to her uber impressive slew of clientele, Tiffany has not only served as juror for most major awards shows, but she has herself garnered nearly, if not, every major advertising award in the world from several Grand Prix's to the first ever given Titanium Lion at Cannes, the most prestigious international annual advertising and communications awards in the world.  Advertising Age named her as "Women to Watch" in 2009 and Young Guns named her as one of the top 10 Creatives of the Decade in 2010.  I could go on and on about the dozens and dozens of accolades she has won or been named for or the famous ads she has directed.  Most recently, she moderated a chat at Cannes with David Karp, tumblr. founder!


Here is my 6 month pregnant niece, Tiff,  this past June at Cannes in a sit down chat she moderated with tumblr. founder, David Karp. ( image credit seen.com )


So you get the picture, basically I'm saying she is the rock star of the advertising world.   Like I said, Tiff does work for Fortune 500 companies so when she jumped in to help me with my website; my itty bitty, more like an In The Red 500 company =), I could not have been more excited, or proud, to have her help.  Nor could I be more in need because I have no idea what I am doing.  I am truly grateful, Tiffany!

My daughters, Kalyn and Ashton, and some of my nieces including Tiffany (turkey head) at Thanksgiving one year.  Tiffany decked all the girls out with Old Navy duds.  I can't remember how the mustache's got brought out.  All I can say is that it's not unusual for my family to do this sort of thing! 


When I first discussed my website with Tiffany she logged onto my site and said, "I'm not judging" which is her polite way of telling me how crappy it looked.   I mentioned my logo, my homemade logo, and asked her advice on what I should do with it.  I didn't want to change it too much because I feel I've established the transferware hands to the blog about transferware.  Tiff agreed, saying that she thought the hands were "iconic and they say to your readers that this is your offering".  She summed up exactly how I feel about those hands and why I chose them in the first place.  They are my small offering of what I know about transferware and want to share with everyone.  So, we agreed that the design really just needed to be freshened up.  I call it updated vintage.  I like that it's simple, fresh and clean but still easily recognizable as Nancy's Daily Dish.  I would really appreciate your two cents worth as well.  So, my question to you all is which logo do you like best?  



Do you like the first one with the hands inside the frame and excluding the tag line 'with an emphasis on English transferware'?

 Or do you like the second one below with the hands overlapping the frame and including the tag line? 


Or would you choose the first one with hands inside the frame but WITH the tag line below?   

I thought it would be fun to have a giveaway to my shop as part of the voting so I've decided to give one gift certificate good for up to $50 at my website, nancysdailydish.net.  We are still in the process of listing everything to the new site and have about 900 pieces thus far, so lots to choose from with lots of English transferware finds added every day!



First entry: Just leave a comment with your logo choice, 1, 2, or 3 and/or any other suggestions you'd like to see on the site.  
Second entry:  leave an additional comment on what you'd spend the $50 on from my shop along with the link to it. 
 Third Entry: either blog, facebook or tweet the giveaway and post  the link to your blog post, FB, Tweet, etc.  That's it.  I'll close the giveaway in a week and announce a random winner then. 

Thank you so much for participating and giving your opinions which I value greatly!






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100 comments:

  1. I like #2. Looks fresh and modern. Would be great to win your giveaway. :)

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  2. 1. I love #2.

    2. http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/brown-transferware/products/clarice-cliff-signed-flower-vase-jack-in-the-pulpit-vase-vintage-brown-transferware-tonquin-makeup-brush-holder-pen-holder

    I have a small, but enthusiastic, collection of brown transferware. I ♥ everything on your website!

    3. I just shared your post on my facebook page - Mary Owen Lytle is my page name. Thank you!

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  3. 1. I love the logo #2.

    2. http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/brown-transferware/products/clarice-cliff-signed-flower-vase-jack-in-the-pulpit-vase-vintage-brown-transferware-tonquin-makeup-brush-holder-pen-holder

    I have a small, but enthusiastic, collection of brown transferware. I ♥ everything on your website!

    3. I just shared your post on my facebook page - Mary Owen Lytle is my page name. Thank you!!

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  4. I like # 1 the best. If I won, I would buy something in brown. I have a modest collection of red/pink and blue pieces, time for more brown. Shared on FB.

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  5. Hi lovely lady.
    I also love # 2
    Your niece Tiff has a Beautiful baby she is so sweet ! I also would love to win your Give-a-way:}
    I am sharing this also on my facebook page.
    Diane

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  6. I like #1 the best. If I won, I would like to buy something in brown. I have modest collections of red/pink and blue, and I would love some more brown! Shared on FB.

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  7. GRC.Ltd.design@gmail.comDecember 4, 2013 at 9:36 PM

    Logo #2, absolutely!!
    I have had a Spode turkey platter on my wish list for a while now!!

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  8. What a talented niece you have, and what a precious baby in pink she has!

    I'm glad you are only updating your logo, as I have always found it attractive. It seems important to keep English transferware in the logo, in order to specify what "dish" means, so I vote for the number two logo, which is especially lovely!

    Choosing one favorite piece of transferware is almost impossible! The Royal Doulton Chatham is still tempting me, but I would have to go with the Spode Byron teapot! So cute! http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/brown-transferware/products/spode-byron-brown-transferware-tea-pot-teapot-polychrome-man-on-horse-dogs-hunter-english-hunt-scene-vintage-spode-china-tea-drinker-gift

    I will share your blog on facebook.

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  9. I really like #2! Very lovely. I would choose the Chintz Biscuit Barrel. Gorgeous!

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  10. Wow, who would not love a gift certificate to your shop? I know I would! What would I buy.....well, I could probably close my eyes and point, and be happy with any of your lovelies. As for your updated logo, I am soooo glad you are keeping the 'hands'..... they are iconic. The majority seem to favor #2, but I've never been one to follow the crowd, sooooo I actually do not have a preference. Both are nice, as long as the hand is included, and I'd probably ask the professional helping me which one she thinks works best! Best wishes on this exciting new endeavor. Thanks for sharing. Vicki in Louisville KY

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  11. OMG! Definitely #2, the hands seem to just reach out to you, really grabbed my attention. What a beautiful talented niece you have, her daughter is so very sweet, love the bunny outfit she is sporting! Patty/BC

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  12. I agree, #2......yes, the hands seem to reach out to you and it make it more personal. Also love that baby!!!

    I would love that gift to your shop......anything in red or brown......too numerous to mention!!! Best of luck to you Nancy, and many blessings!!! Cleo....

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  13. Absolutely, no question about it - the second one. Love, love, love the hands outside the box with the tag line. It is as if the hands are extending to the tag line, so it flows very nicely! Thanks for asking for my opinion. Most of my adult life was spent in advertising and designing ads, so congrats to your niece! It is always wonderful to see women making it in yet, another, previously male dominated arena.
    Bobbie - Hue New Painted Furniture

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  14. I like #2--I think those beautiful hands are proportioned perfectly to the frame around them. If I was the very lucky winner I would choose a piece of Red Transferware--my favorite color...

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  15. I like #2--I think those beautiful hands are proportioned perfectly to the frame around them. If I was the very lucky winner I would choose a piece of Red Transferware--my favorite color...

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  16. Another vote for #2. And the very, very cute baby!

    My choice would be the Enoch & Ralph Woods platter, though it's hard to pick from so many lovely things,
    http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/blue-transferware/products/vintage-blue-transferware-platter-girl-feeding-farm-animals-england

    Congratulations on the new website, and all best wishes for the holidays...

    Becky at Farm School
    farmschool.wordpress.com

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  17. One of your blog posts featured a Christmas tablescape using all different red & white plates and I haven't stopped dreaming about it since! I have looked at your site so many times trying to figure out which of the red & white toile plates I should purchase. But this would be the first one: http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/red-transferware/products/red-pink-transferware-scenic-plate-church-children-horses-roses
    Bobbie - Hue New Painted Furniture

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  18. I do really like #2--I like the way the hands fit and "peek" over the edge of the frame--such a beautiful piece. If I was so very lucky to win this give away I would pick a piece of Red Transferware--my favorite color. But then again--I would love to start collecting Brown also...

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  19. I like #1 and if I won I would love something in red...I've only just started collecting!

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  20. I prefer #2 but I sure wouldn't want to argue with what your niece chooses! It's black transferware for me.

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  21. Ok, Nancy...you asked so I'm going to tell you...none of the above. I've got 30 years in graphic design and advertising and I'm emailing you three layouts. You don't need the box at all.....

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    1. You've got a great eye, Nita, so I'm sure what ever you send her will be wonderful. And you're such a good friend to create something to send to Nancy -- in all your [not] spare time.

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  22. Of the two options shown, I like #2 much better. I'd also consider doing a third option in a horizontal format. Still keep your double lined rectangle but make it shorter & wider -- have the hands on the left, overlapping lines top & bottom, your blog name "Nancy's Daily Dish" to the right and below it your tag line. I'd also consider modifying the tag line just wee bit to something along the lines of "Sharing a Passion for English Transferware"; that language uses more "active" words than your current tagline which is more "passive"

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    1. I agree that a horizontal logo might also be effective and using active words rather than passive will express your love of transferware. Since I have a piece of brown, perhaps another would be a good choice to begin a collection.

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  23. Regarding what I'd buy with $50 (okay, $53.97) -- I'd love to eat my breakfast cereal out of Antique Red Pink English Transferware Berry Bowl Candy - Soap Dish Embossed Floral Border $13.99
    http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/red-transferware/products/antique-red-pink-english-transferware-berry-bowl-candy-soap-dish-embossed-floral-border
    and drink my coffee from the companion Antique Red Pink English Transferware Cup and Saucer Embossed Floral Border and have my side dish on the matching George Jones Antique Red Pink English Transferware Canape' Plate Embossed Floral Border (Links to these other two items not included for fear of multiple links being kicked out)

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  24. Nancy, what an accomplished young woman in her field, and now a busy mom too. Congratulations to Tiffany on the birth of her beautiful daughter.
    I cast my vote for #2. It's a beautiful logo that reflects your offerings. The message is very clear!

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  25. Hello and Congrats! Lovely to see all your success and the new web site. I know how you feel, I was so excited to see the culmination of my web site, too! Like Christmas morning! I'm sorry, I can't go to the web site and just pick one type, color, style or piece - I truly love it all!!! I am loving brown transfer ware right now, though. So, any brown piece would make me giddy! Lol I have to say about your web site logo that I love the picture below the transfer ware hands, (although I love those, too!) the picture of all the eclectic pieces and colors & styles; I think shows more of a taste of all that you offer. You would have to adjust it to fit your name somewhere, but that is easily done, I'm sure. Maybe it's time for a fresh new look? I love the picture, it's colorful, fresh & interesting, it makes you want to see more! Thanks for the opportunity to weigh in and for the giveaway!
    Cathy :-)

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  26. I love #2! Off to look at your transferware!

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  27. So many choices but SWOON...love the Harvest Fruit Roses Windsor Ware Platter! http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/brown-transferware/products/brown-transferware-polychrome-harvest-fruit-roses-windsor-ware-platter-beautiful-fruits-and-autumn-details

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  28. I like #2, it's fresh and informative, perfect!
    jayne@daiseyjayne.com

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  29. Just love this cake stand! http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/black-transferware/products/black-transferware-safe-harbour-pedestal-cake-stand-compote-ships-ship
    jayne@daiseyjayne.com

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  30. Think #2 at first wasn't sure because the OCD in my didn't like that it was going over the lines but overall I do like that one a wee bit better!! Exciting things happening for you! So well deserved, that baby is TOO CUTE!!

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  31. From PeggyB......I like #2...however...I would make the inner frame red (or blue or yellow)..it needs a little background color......so the hands stand out more and can be seen clearly....the lettering for the title ....Nancy's Dish could be changed to white lettering....or what suite of colors coordinate with the background....just what I see. Love your site!

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  32. I think #1, I instantly think of you when I see it.
    I would have to buy a covered bowl or a soup tureen, my weaknesses!
    I shared your post on my Facebook~Teas Kemp Lee
    Congratulations on your new webpage!!

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  33. I like #1, I instantly think of you!
    I would have to buy a covered bowl or soup tureen, my weaknesses!
    I shared your post on my Facebook page Tess Kemp Lee
    Congratulations on your new webpage!

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  34. 1. I love image #2.

    2. http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/green-transferware/products/antique-loden-dark-green-transferware-aesthetic-movement-plate-ridgways-dee-side-wildflowers-dragonfly

    I'm swooning over this plate. I love pieces from the aesthetic movement period.

    3. I have shared your post on my my facebook page.

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  35. I like image #2

    I love the aesthetic movement and this plate has me swooning!
    http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/green-transferware/products/antique-loden-dark-green-transferware-aesthetic-movement-plate-ridgways-dee-side-wildflowers-dragonfly

    I have shared your post on my facebook page. Best wishes on the new shopfront!

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  36. I like #2 with the hands going over the lines. It draws you in a bit. I'm a graphic designer and I don't like to stay within the lines on anything! And I always like a tag line. It gives you a chance to further define your brand. I love transferware! My mom said I inherited her "glass gene"! I would probably spend my $50 on the polychrome green transfer ware plates with the hand painted flowers. I think that would work great in our dining room with our Autumn plaid silk drapes.

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  37. It took two cups of tea to go through your lovely site! I found it through Mary at "Home is Where the Boat is". I would select logo #2...professional and beautiful...and very welcoming with the transferware hands. If I won the contest I would select the Charles Dickens "Old Curiosity Shop" charger. My 81 year old father used to own an antique store called "The Old Curiosity Shop". I love Charles Dickens novels!

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  38. I think the second one...it clarifies what it is you're selling! I love looking at your inventory! Love it all. Merry Christmas!

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  39. There's not a thing in your shop I don't like...my favorite thing was sold already....the 1880s Spode sheep plate. I have a thing for turkeys too. Sadly I have no idea how to put the links on here.

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  40. I'm going to be different but I like number one better! Congrats on your business success.

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  41. I would love this teacup. http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/red-transferware/products/red-pink-transferware-cup-teacup-and-saucer-historic-ludlow-castle-caldicot-castle-river-scrolls-and-roses

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  42. I just shared your post on Google +. Thanks for giving us this opportunity to have one of your beautiful pieces!https://plus.google.com/u/0/117638641003782358755/posts

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  43. Made a post but don't see it so I'll try again :) I love the second logo the best. It is very professional yet welcoming! My pick if I were to be a $50 winner would be the Charles Dickens "Old Curiosity Shop" charger. My 81 y/o Dad used to own an Antique shop with the same name. I'm also a huge Charles Dickens fan. I found your blog through Mary at "Home is Where the Boat is". I spent some of my morning sipping tea and flipping through your inventory photos...beautiful! There are so many I love! I've shared your post on my facebook page as well. Merry Christmas!

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  44. I think I should have added to this my vote, above, but previously you did a post about a Christmas tablescape that you did with all different red & white toile plates. I haven't stopped dreaming of it since! So for me it would have to be: http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/red-transferware/products/red-pink-transferware-scenic-plate-church-children-horses-roses I am partial to scalloped plates, so I would start with this one and keep adding until I have recreated the same look you had. Posted this on my FB page here: https://www.facebook.com/bobbie.beach. And my vote is a previous comment above - Hue New Painted Furniture.

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  45. Number 1 is nice, but I miss the "With an emphasis on English Transfer Ware". Number 2 is pretty, but something bout the hands overlapping the frame does not appeal to me. This may not be the feedback for which you were looking, but it is simply my impression of the proposed logos. The open hands not only represent what you are offering, but welcome visitors to your site with open hands. Best wishes for your re-launch.

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  46. On a different topic, the small bull vessel you recently featured on a tablescape reminded me of a Boehm Bull I saw many years ago in Florence, Italy. He is such a unique and lovely piece and you are lucky to own him.

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  47. Hi Nancy! Your niece is certainly a rock star, and how cute is the baby with bunny ears! I guess I like the 2nd logo. You're lucky she is assisting you! Hugs, Kim

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  48. I'm MUCH prefer number two as well, though I'd like to see what Nita came up with, because I'm curious to see what it looks like without the box! And aren't you lucky to have your amazing niece on your side!! Congratulations! Baby is just charming in her pink winter outfit, I see her mama is batting a thousand with her as well!! Good luck, I just found your blog for the first time, so I'm off to your shop to take a look now, because I LOVE transferware!

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  49. I like the second one, with the hands dipping into the border and the motto below. Very pretty!

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  50. I love the bright, simple yellow design on this J&G Meakin gravy boat. I notice that you have some bowls, plates, and cups in that same transfer!

    http://nancysdailydish.net/products/vintage-english-yellow-ironstone-gravy-boat-vines-and-scrolls

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  51. I really like 2.....looks good and good luck with the sales!

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  52. I am pretty traditional, but oddly enough, I think I prefer 2, as it appears to be pointing to the tagline!

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  53. I would love any transferware with a sheep on it! Obsessed with sheep!

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  54. Two, with or without the words. #1 fades into the background.

    Peggy

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  55. I like the second design, it seems to have more depth.

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  56. I like the second design. It seems to have more depth. Fran

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  57. I would choose logo #3. I like the line about English transferware included, but not with the hands overlapping the line in #2.

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  58. If I won the gift certificate, I would probably choose Mason's Vista Brown Transferware Turkey Plate. Or I might be drawn to one of the polychrome plates. (Sorry--don't know how to do the links.)

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  59. I need a large blue and white platter and two more blue and white plates. chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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  60. Firstly, let me congratulate you on your beautiful new site. Secondly, it is wonderful how God is blessing you in acquiring a first rate advertising wizard, and within the family no less :-) thirdly, i started out in brown transferware at the shop, then moved to blue and am sorely tempted to scour the purples. A girl could get lost in transer-world over there! But if i won i think i would buy the blue calico chintz butter dish or laughing cow/bull. Suzi pblapere@att.net

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  61. I prefer the second logo with the hands parting the border. Feels like you are making a way for those of us who have not yet ventured into the waters of dish world. I have learned so much from your blog. I also like that it says below that your emphasis is transferware below because it doesn't limit you from growing in the future and adding new lines. Suzi pblapere@att.net

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  62. I like the second logo better, however, I think a subtle neutral color behind it would make the hands stand out. As they are now, they just sort of blend into the background and lose all their personality.

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  63. I'm looking for a red or green plate with a transfer of Monticello on it. Haven't had a chance to look through all your "goodies" yet, but that's what I'm looking for.

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  64. Hi Nancy, Congratulations to your niece on her successful career and her beautiful baby, too! I think I like logo # 2 a little better--it seems softer and more welcoming. I remember the night I found out your etsy shop was gone. All my "favorites" from your shop had disappeared from my favorites folder! I would love to see that feature on your new website, so I could collect my favorites and compare and drool over them. Also, we used to be able to see how many of a particular item were available, and that information is not included now in the description. Finally, I love the pretty font underneath each picture (in bold) but I find it very difficult to read. This may just be me. Of course I will continue to look at all your pretties! Best of luck with your new site! Linda

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  65. I definitely know what I use the gift certificate on: the beautiful pomeroy dishes! http://nancysdailydish.net/products/vintage-red-transferware-polychrome-plate-royal-doulton-pomeroy-urn-with-flowers
    I also love the Charlotte dishes, and the blue transfer ware, and the brown, and…I could go on all night!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win a gift certificate to your shop!
    Linda

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  66. The second one is far more appealing. Go for that one! ;)

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  67. The second one is much more appealing. ;)

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  68. Hi Nancy, I love your iconic transfer ware hands!! I think the Second one is a tiny bit edgy and I really love that! I will tweet this giveaway!!http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/brown-transferware/products/brown-polychrome-transferware-tea-pot-teapot-olde-england-fishing-stream-thatched-cottage THis is what AI would put that great 50.00 dollars towards, becasue it reminds me of my Mother's home in Ireland!

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  69. I like the second one too! Thank you for the chance to win a gift certificate - your shop is amazing!

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  70. Nancy, Congrats on the new shop and I like #2 because of the tag line. You must be so proud of your niece and Myla Pearl is so adorable.
    xx,
    Sherry

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  71. Hi Nancy, You know how much I love transferware but I have never found salt and pepper shakers I liked until now. If I am the lucky winner I would choose the Royal Staffordshire Big Barrel Salt and Pepper Shakers http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/blue-transferware/products/big-blue-transferware-salt-and-pepper-shakers-english-alpine-castle-scene-jenny-lind-royal-Staffordshire. Thanks for the chance!
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  72. Hi Nancy,
    My first visit your blog! I do adore transfer ware.... especially brown and black!

    Since you want feedback I will give you my humble opinion...
    I have 3 thoughts to share
    1. Love the hand
    2. I think there is a better font choice & color. I think a soft brown or grey.
    3 Loose the lines/boxes they take away from the simple beauty of the logo.
    Image,name &tagline only!
    I can't wait to check back to see what you come up with! How fun you can work with your niece on this!
    I would love you to visit me sometime! Please feel free to give me your feedback on my blog! What would you like to see. I have some remodeling plans for mine as well!
    Merry Christmas!
    xo,
    Gail
    http://www.casualloveselegance.blogspot.com

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  73. #2 is my choice, it's always good to update. Love your site and my choice would be brown. What a sweet time of the year for a give-a-way. Thank you.
    http://howdidyoudothat-jojo.blogspot.com/

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  74. I love #2, really nice!! Love your page and really interested in starting a transferware collection!

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  75. i like the one that says 'with the emphasis' as it explains what you do....the third one would be my choice for your banner, or for possibly as a side avatar for archives

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  76. Post #1 I like your third option. The hands within the border yet add the tag line somewhere.

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  77. I would buy any of the red transferware. I've been getting some of mine out, and the more the merrier!

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  78. I love # 2! And I would love to see lots and lots and lots of pink!! ;-)

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  79. At first, I liked #1 - kind of clean & neat. Then, I decided it was #2, but maybe one of the darker colors - blue or brown, although I really like the red too. Glad I don't have to make the final decision!
    I would buy something in either the blue or the brown, as I have some inherited pieces in each. A couple of them in the blue, are REALLY old. I'm sure I could find something!!!

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  81. I would love to spend my fifty dollars on this Red Transferware Plate Bridge Castle Fisherman Toile Plate - Fishing Scene - English Transferware http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/red-transferware/products/red-transferware-plate-bridge-castle-fisherman-toile-plate-fishing-scene-english-transferware

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  82. I like #2--seems a bit more modern to have hands overlapping bottom line. I would love to add green transferware bread plates to my collection.

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  83. I think #2 is a more modern and appealing logo (I like the hands overlapping the lines). I would love to get some green transferware bread plates.

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  84. I would spend the gift certificate on any one of your teacups or teapots. I love the Vintage English China Purple Transferware!

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  85. I am voting for #2 also. I think the hands outside the box gives an edge of sophistication. Best wishes on your website launch.

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  86. Nancy, got pulled away the other day and just now getting back after having time to really look through all your beautiful offerings. You know me and my love of brown. I'd spend it on the set of napkin rings: http://nancysdailydish.net/products/english-transferware-brown-calico-chintz-floral-napkin-rings-rare-set-of-4
    They are different from my others and would mix together nicely.
    All the best to you on the new website. It looks great! Bet this is a busy time for your business, but hope you can take some time to relax and enjoy the holidays with your sweet family. ~ Sarah

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  87. Nancy I really like the second one because of the wording
    I don't know what I would choose if I won some kind of red & white transferware to go with what I have

    You have it really going on with your beautiful English dishes
    The new baby is precious

    Merry Christmas
    Janice

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  88. I AM VERY HAPPY FOR YOU -- A WONDERFUL ACCOMPLISHMENT!

    MY PREFERENCE FOR YOUR LOGO WOULD BE THE SECOND CHOICE. IT HAS MORE DIMENSION, CHARM AND LIFE.

    A FEATURE THAT MIGHT PROVE USEFUL WOULD BE A WAY FOR YOUR CLIENTS TO COMPARE SEVERAL PIECES THEY MIGHT BE CONSIDERING. IT'S DIFFICULT TO KEEP SO MANY ITEMS IN YOUR MIND. OF COURSE, YOU CAN USE THE CART TO DO THIS AS WELL, BUT IT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE A DEDICATED WAY TO COMPARE.

    AS FOR HOW I COULD SPEND $50, I WOULD LIKELY SELECT THE MT. VERNON PLATES YOU HAVE OR THE LARGE TRAY THAT I BELIEVE DEPICTS MT. VERNON AS WELL.

    I HAVE BEEN A FAN FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS NOW AND WISH YOU THE VERY BEST OF LUCK WITH THIS NEW VENTURE!

    REBECCA R. DYER

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  89. First of all, Nancy, your little grand niece is adorable! And what a wonderful career your neice has had, and how lucky you are to have her helping you! I'm sure she is happy to do so, and it must be fun working on it with her. I think I prefer the 2nd image.... it seems cleaner, lighter. And I like that the hands overspill the frame, slightly. I wish you all the best with all that's new in your life! It must be exciting, overwhelming and have your mind spinning, all at once!

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  90. I love blue transferware but always seem to be gifted other colors so this is what I would choose:P http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/blue-transferware/products/blue-transferware-scenic-plate-church-children-horses-roses-10-5

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