I’m a big fan of always having a stack of pretty stationery – whether personalized with your name or just with a fun “hello” in the corner – on hand for sending a quick note. These personalized letterpress note cards (you can also choose your ink and envelope colors!) from Erin Wallace definitely fit the bill!
Love the fruit motif – you can choose your favorite, from pomegranates to cherries to pineapples!
p.s. How great is this colorful letterpress fruit print? I’m kind of obsessed…
More over in Erin’s shop right here!
I love the idea of incorporating signs into your wedding décor – especially when they can serve as keepsake artwork for your home after the big day! These calligraphy wedding prints from Kim at Bright Room Studio do just that and come in a fun range of colors (including metallic gold and copper). I can see these hand calligraphed signs greeting guests at the reception, prettying up the bar or guest book table, and so much more!
Lots more in Kim’s Etsy shop right here!
Photo Credits: Bright Room Studio
YES. The Linda & Harriett booth at this year’s National Stationery Show was easily one of my favorites from the entire show – and I instantly fell in love with the original black and white illustrations that served as the basis for the 2015 Linda & Harriett calendar. I hoped that Liz would turn her beautiful illustrations into a series of prints, and I’m so happy to report that she just released a set of limited edition giclee prints this week!
Each illustration is printed on archival cotton paper. Liz also partnered with Simply Framed to offer high quality framing – although the prints are available un-framed as well – with hardwood framing options ranging from gold (my favorite) to classic black and modern white. Love, love, love!
Check out the full series right here!
Photo Credits: Linda & Harriett
I’ve long admired the work of watercolor artist Courtney Khail – and I was excited to hear that she just released a new line of notecards! Each card is printed on thick 100% cotton paper, comes with a cotton paper envelope, and Courtney took care to make sure that the printed cards are as close to the original watercolor paintings as possible. Each card is printed twice: once to capture the watercolor, and a second time to capture the black line work. These cards would be great to have on hand for sending impromptu notes, or even to give as hostess gifts!
Her original watercolor paintings are pretty great, too – I love all the citrus paintings for summer!
Lots more over at Courtney’s etsy shop!
Photo Credits: Courtney Khail
Since we’ve already touched on the subject of farmer’s markets twice this week, I thought these Vintage Eats letterpress prints from Jen of Starshaped Press would be the perfect way to round out the week! Each 8×10″ print features antique wood and metal type (some of it designed especially for printing signage), mixed with hand carved linoleum cuts. The series is printed with flooded color on rustic chipboard, giving them a not-meant-to-last ephemeral look. The first print (Rockwood Milk Chocolate) was inspired by a vintage printing plate that Jen’s mother found for her. Wouldn’t they look wonderful in a kitchen or dining room?
Lots more over at Starshaped Press!
Photo Credits: Starshaped Press