About Us

Anette is a designer and art director, she runs the boutique design shop Anette Nam Design (anettenamdesign.com and anettenamdesignblog.com).  When at work, she prefers to design websites, logos, corporate identities, and custom high-end cards.  For fun she is starting to dabble in photography.

After years of making her own Halloween Star Wars costumes for the family, and hosting “May the Fourth be with You” parties with creative food & decorations, she decided to put her design talents to Star Wars-y good use!  She is compiling her collection of fun Star Wars ideas in this blog and accompanying website (maythefourthbewithyouparty.com).  It is her pleasure to share them with you guys.

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8 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Hi there! I love your banner designs!! Any chance I can get them in a format that would work with my Cricut Explore Air 2?? Maybe if you sell the SVG files??

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    • So glad that you like them! I don’t upload live, non-copyrighted marked files – it limits the amount of “unauthorized” sharing. In order words, you’ll need to work at it a bit if you want to convert it 🙂
      If you have illustrator you can easily convert the pdf to a SVG file. There are also lots of “pdf to SVG converters” online – though I have not tried them myself. Be sure to let me know if that does not work!

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  2. I tried making the party stormtrooper with an xacto knife, and it looks terrible. I wanted to make two shirts for my kids’ birthdays. Would you possibly let me pay you for a couple of heat transfers? I can’t afford that fancy machine!

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    • So sorry Rachel, I missed your comment. I hope the birthday parties went well! I typically do not sell any of the items shown on this blog. If you can’t get a good cut-out, the easiest thing to do is to buy inkjet heat transfer paper. She, then print the design (with the black background) out on an 8.5×11 sheet (be sure to mirror it). Then follow the instructions for ironing onto the shirt. If you don’t have a decent printer, take the file to FedEx Office or OfficeMax – they can print the design out on iron-on paper. (It’ll be cheaper than buying a whole pack of iron-on paper too) Good Luck!!

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