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The Poppies Redux

We've sold a ton of these cards in the original red/orange colorway. So if one is good, more is more good, right? Well, maybe. See what you think.

October 01, 2011 by admin


June 13, 2011 by admin

Botanical 1

We're doing a series of these. This is the first. Very traditional and sumptuous.

April 26, 2010 by admin

Cream Dogwoods in Bloom

We liked the first version of this card so much, and the response from customers was so positive that we thought we'd print some in a classic cream color. Item #2508

April 15, 2010 by admin

Letterpress Dogwoods in Bloom

One of my favorite rites of spring is watching the Dogwoods (Cornus florida) flower. As a kid, they were everywhere here in the mid Atlantic and are an indigenous plant to boot. Sadly, a virulent fungus is slowly decimating the population so here's our effort to keep those fond memories alive. Printed with a light touch, there's plenty of texture without the currently fashionable crushing of the paper. This is printed on Crane's Lettra 100% cotton paper and accompanied by an envelope of same manufacture and material. Size is 4.25" x 5.5" and is top folded with a blank interior.  #2506

April 12, 2010 by admin

Floral- Eucalyptus

This card started life as a personalized notecard. We think it stands on its own as a stock (depersonalized?) card as well. We didn't "knock out" where one color overlaps another, which is our usual practice. The effect here of two somewhat transparent colors overlapping makes a new one (in this case turquoise, which, if you buy into this kind of thing, is said to be the cool color for this year!).

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February 28, 2010 by admin


A2 - top fold - blank interior - Lettra Pearl White 300gsm. We tried overprinting two  colors on this one and didn't "knock out" the places where the colors overlap. The results here are interesting but, we did one with two very light colors and got the areas where the paper is hit with two colors to give a nice blend of both colors into another one. I learned about this technique from a talented printer in the UK. If I can find the card, I'll shoot it and post it here.

February 06, 2010 by admin

Thinking of You

January 23, 2010 by admin