Introducing the new Bramblestone Farm logo! The old logo has served the farm well for several years; however, we didn’t feel that it really represented what the farm has become. So we had a new one designed.
When we originally bought the property that would become Bramblestone Farm, we didn’t know where it would take us, so the original logo just represented the property, not what we would eventually be doing with the acreage.
That logo included a stone and brambles because we ran into large (boulder size) rocks every time we tried to build something on the property and brambles (raspberry and blackberry) grew wild everywhere. At the time, it seemed like a fitting logo.
As time went on; however, we added chickens, honey bees, Nigerian Dwarf goats and a large garden. The old logo is ok but it doesn’t really represent what we spend all our time on.
We spend lots of time caring for the honey bees, chickens, gardens, and goats so that we have honey, eggs, produce, and goat milk for most of the year.
The new logo adds a Nigerian Dwarf goat (at least her photograph was the inspiration), Buckeye chicken, and honey bees to the stone and brambles idea.
Here’s the new Bramblestone Farm logo:
What do you think of the Bramblestone Farm logo? I’m really enjoying how the new logo better represents what’s going on here and love the job that Michelle did on the new logo!
The logo was designed by Michelle Shall of Simple Life Homestead. They are in the midst of building their homestead and she is currently redesigning their website. She does wonderful artwork and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. I highly recommend her if you need a new logo, painting, etc.
I’m looking forward to adding the new logo to our labels, artwork, etc!