New Blog Logo – Please Vote For Your Favorite!

Hi everyone! So, it’s time for It’s an Itchy Little World to have a complete blog makeover. I’ve never really been a fan of the look of this blog as I  honestly just threw it together two years ago when I started it and never looked back. But, now it’s time for a new look.
Most of you know this blog is loosely tied to my online boutique, The Eczema Company. From time to time I promote sales or new items from The Eczema Company here, but I try to keep it to a minimum because I want the blog to stand alone as well as be a source for anyone looking for alternative and sometimes conventional answers to managing eczema, allergies, and asthma. I share my family’s journey with these health conditions here, as well as advice from natural practitioners, and I love to feature success stories from others to give you hope, to show you that you can find relief, it just takes time and a whole lot of dedication.
So, what in the world does all this have to do with a blog makeover of all things??!!
I need your help….
I have two great logos, thanks to Miaou Studio, and I simply cannot decide between the two.
Logo 1 – Trees
I like this one because it ties loosely into The Eczema Company with the little butterfly from the company’s logo. I also like the scratchy looking trees which remind me of being itchy and of allergens. Please note that the green will be slightly darker. Sorry it’s a little blurry :(
New Logo - Trees
Logo 2 – Monster
The blue is what ties it into The Eczema Company. I think the little monster is fun and cute, but at the same time his scratchy, disheveled hair and puzzled expression really relates to what most of us are going through right now on our own journey to healing – just trying to solve this mystery of eczema, allergies, and asthma.
New Logo - MonsterWhich is your favorite? Please vote by October 15, 2013 and help us select a new logo for It’s an Itchy Little World!

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