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Have your initials custom letterpress printed onto coasters!

I am pretty excited about this new shop offering, I was going to wait until this morning, but couldn't resist tweeting about it yesterday- but here is the official announcement! I ordered some custom 3.5" round coasters in a thinner 40pt. weight to use for another project (usually we use the larger standard 4" size, 60pt. thickness like standard bar coasters)- and since I had more than a few left over I started playing around with other ideas we could use them for - and how cute is this?!? Our Antique wood type fits perfectly on this size and I love the lighter more sophisticated weight and somewhat rustic / fun look of these. So so many reasons to order these cute coasters! Perfect for wedding receptions, cocktail parties,  birthday parties, house warming gift, an anniversary party... the list could just go on and on, right? We have a ton of this particular wood type, so as long as it's just 3 letters, we can print it for you! You can find the listing in our etsy shop here. Currently our listing is for quantities of 100, but we can do more or less- just let me know and I can get you a custom quote and listing.

 

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Oliver and Adelaide Note Cards, Tags and Business Cards

We finished this sophisticated and elegant project a few weeks ago, isn't it lovely? The hang tags are tiny but perfect and all the pieces are edge colored in a metallic gold that just screams luxury. If you haven't heard of Oliver and Adelaide, you should go take a quick peak, they put together and deliver very special personalized and hand-made gifts for parents and their children in the greater Manhattan area. Photographing metallic gold ink turned out to be pretty tricky- in person they look even better!

Edge coloring on business cards

You've seen edge coloring, it is definitely on trend and why not? It's a fun way to add a pop of color, and it makes your card extra extra special. These beauties were client designed (we love love love to print your designs, don't think we only print what we have a hand in designing!). These cards were printed on the super thick 220# Crane's Lettra with Pantone Matched edge coloring. Pretty nice, and not a card you would soon forget.

Edge coloring on business cards

You've seen edge coloring, it is definitely on trend and why not? It's a fun way to add a pop of color, and it makes your card extra extra special. These beauties were client designed (we love love love to print your designs, don't think we only print what we have a hand in designing!). These cards were printed on the super thick 220# Crane's Lettra with Pantone Matched edge coloring. Pretty nice, and not a card you would soon forget.

Apothecary inspired business card

Hi, Today I thought I'd show you one of the more labor intensive and unusual business cards we've designed lately. I worked closely with Nick in designing these business cards  (he is not only an amazing tattoo artist, but also a really fantastic fine artist, check out his website nickchaboya.com to see some examples of his work). He was inspired by old apothecary labels, old medical illustrations and wanted an aged card that had a sense of history. We used a double thick cotton rag paper (Lettra Ecru in 600 gram), and hand tea stained each sheet, (both sides) to make each card a unique little piece of art. Then the card was printed with 2 colors on the back and a split run of 2 colors on the front (half were printed in a dark brown, half in a bronze metallic.). The last photo is the card on press.

Apothecary inspired business card

Hi, Today I thought I'd show you one of the more labor intensive and unusual business cards we've designed lately. I worked closely with Nick in designing these business cards  (he is not only an amazing tattoo artist, but also a really fantastic fine artist, check out his website nickchaboya.com to see some examples of his work). He was inspired by old apothecary labels, old medical illustrations and wanted an aged card that had a sense of history. We used a double thick cotton rag paper (Lettra Ecru in 600 gram), and hand tea stained each sheet, (both sides) to make each card a unique little piece of art. Then the card was printed with 2 colors on the back and a split run of 2 colors on the front (half were printed in a dark brown, half in a bronze metallic.). The last photo is the card on press.