PDG Creations LLC is the parent company. The uploaded images represent my current business card (front & back), a self-caricature, and a variation of an emblem that I use on patterns that I have published. It was originally thought that http://www.quiltedChristmas.com would be a small portion of PDG Creations. However, quiltedChristmas has become much larger than expected. While I like the Christmas tree (needle and thread), there is another online store with a similar logo (http://www.christmascloth.com), so if you stay with the tree - it must be dramatically different from my (more well established) competitor. The large font on the back of my business card is Chanel. I like it but it doesn't look as good in other contexts. The "C" in quiltedChristmas must always be capitalized.
Update - 3/31/2015: There are so many wonderful designs out there! You guys are great. At this point, though, I have to say that one of the things that will really set you aside is use of texture / dimension in your designs. While quilt fabric is sometimes solid, even then a quilt has texture / dimension because of the stitching because it compresses fabric layers. More often than not, fabric has a pattern that also adds to the texture / dimension.
I'm providing links to fabrics that have texture. Hopefully, the pictures will explain better. http://www.quiltedchristmas.com/Rob…445-30.htm or http://www.quiltedchristmas.com/Hof…00-115.htm
If you feel it's appropriate to your design, I would like to see texture and dimension. (But please respect copyright laws and do not copy the fabric shown.)
One other thing - I've seen many times - the tagline must be readable. Please do not use a function that adds spaces between letters in a word in order to center the text.