Amy Locurto is a graphic designer and DIY lifestyle party food blogger from Dallas, Texas with a goal to inspire others to be more creative!
Amy designs a line of whimsical party collections at Printables by Amy. She also designed a signature product line, Party with Amy Locurto for American Crafts with collections including paper and embellishments for parties, card making, crafts and scrapbooking.
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Hi, I’m Amy! What started in July 2008 as a blog about creative things I did at home with my children, LivingLocurto.com has since turned into a popular lifestyle blog! Today, you will find my original ideas, hundreds of free printables, recipes, party ideas, DIY crafts and my family travel stories.
I grew up in Oklahoma and moved to the fine state of Texas after college where I met my husband and started a family. With a Fine Arts Degree in Graphic Design, I opened a design firm in 1999 called Atomic Egg. At one point I had well over 40 clients, doing work for each one weekly while trying to raise two small children. Deadlines were tough, clients demanding, life was hectic and sleep was scarce, so I started a blog as a creative outlet to save my sanity. Over the past few years, I have given up ALL clients but one to blog and have never been happier! Sorry if you’re wanting graphic design… the firm is officially closed to new clients.
Now I focus on my blogs, product lines, practicing my speaking skills and doing freelance creative work for brands and publications. I love my job!!!
You can also find me talking about chickens on my Chickens are Fun Facebook page!
I also love photography and co-founded I Heart Faces, one of the first websites and photography communities for women to learn more about their camera.
An award winning art director with nearly 20 years of experience in the design industry, Amy is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a BFA in graphic design. Amy started her career as an Art Director for Fossil in the early ’90s and eventually started her own business, Atomic Egg, in 1999.
Amy now collaborates with companies on creative content for magazines, websites, TV spots, webisodes and new product lines. Amy has worked with Michaels Stores, Universal Studios, Coca-Cola, HP, Juicy Juice, eBay, 3M, HGTV, FedEx Office, Reader’s Digest, Disney, Parents Magazine, The Pioneer Woman, American Crafts, Best Buy, Matthew Mead Productions and many more.
Photo by Keli Hoskins.
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