PRLog - Dec. 11, 2009 - ORLANDO, Fla. -- ORLANDO, FLA---Ashley Brooke Designs stationery will soon be in the hands of some of Hollywood’s hippest parents. Ashley Brooke Designs is one of a few select companies chosen to participate in Distinctive Assets’ Babes in Toyland 3, a distribution of holiday gift boxes to celebrity moms and dads.
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“When this opportunity presented itself, I was so excited,” said Ashley Quintana, owner and designer at Ashley Brooke Designs. “I try my best to spoil each of my clients as if they were celebrities, but it’s really thrilling that my work will actually be in celebrity hands.”
Ashley specializes in featuring custom hand-drawn art on her stationery. She creates everything from note cards to stickers to wedding invitations. In 2008, at 21, Ashley made the decision to make a way for her dream job. Graduating from interior design school as the real estate bubble burst, she made the leap from aspiring interior designer to entrepreneur.
Many of her clients request her hand drawn renditions of themselves and their families and Ashley is all too happy to oblige. “The fact that so much of my work is custom and often features drawings of my clients themselves, is what, in my opinion, makes my work unique,” offers Ashley.
Ashley’s work will be going out to 25 celebrity families the first week of December. For more information on Ashley Brooke Designs please visit her website, www.ashleybrookedesigns.com.
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Ashley Brooke Designs is a full line of stationery featuring whimsical hand drawn art. Designer Ashley Brooke Daniel’s affinity for stationery came from having the often overlooked art of the thank you notes instilled in her at a young age. Ever since, Ashley has valued a hand written note- a specialty so often forgotten. With a background in design, Ashley decided to use her artistic talents to launch Ashley Brooke Designs. Ashley hopes that her company will awaken in customers' memories of a time gone by when people took the time to write to one another and valued the personal touch of such a gesture.