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Cindy Wunsch of TN Submitted This 2011 Calendar.

Our friends keep sending us presents. Check out the Paper Treats from last week and this one above that we just got from Sarah Tackett, marketing director at Advocate Marketing and Print  in Nashville, TN, created by their friend and customer, designer Cindy Wunsh.

Said Sarah, “We at AMP, print these calendars for artist Cindy Wunsch and she sells them from her website: We hoped that you could link to both her website, and our facebook page:!/pages/AMP-Advocate-Marketing-Print/297673694931.”

Consider it done.

From Friday….



Ice and snow. Wind and sleet. Raw rain and drizzle. Stop! …Time for hot chocolate a roaring fire, breath taking holiday cards and “don’t throw it away” keepsake wrapping paper! But finding the right holiday card, gift or paper can make your holiday season…. well, not the “good thing” Dear Martha Stewart always promises. So, Against the Grain editors want to make it easier for you by sharing with you some of the creative gift ideas our friends created by our friends who follow us on Facebook and Twitter . Martha Stewart, put down your glue gun. True paper gifts are for real pros and printed on Neenah Paper, naturally!  Here’s some things on Santa’s list for 2011.

1.) Gently, Gently Unwrap This One:  Visit Jess Moss Design on Etsy where you’ll find festive, hand screen printed damask holiday cards and wrapping paper.


2.)  Ho-Ho-Hilarious. Outrageously clever holiday cards printed on Neenah paper by Stephanie Orma on Etsy. So clever we just had to show you two!



3.) Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?  We love these teal guest books by LinenLaidFelt on Etsy. She’s pretty crafty using Neenah Paper for the insides and some even use repurposed pages from swatchbooks for decorative cover!

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4.) The Best Gift is a Greeting:  Too cute for words these two cards “Happy Holidays” and “Holiday Wishes” from Pink Bathtub on Etsy.

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5.) Coffee Shop(ping).  Love the subtle color and design of these “Let’s Have Coffee” cards by Katie Blair Designs perfect for giving to an old or new friend!



6.)  Hang it Up in 2011.  Putting this calendar on our list to give. Beautifully designed by Winifred Studios on Etsy.


7.)  Luscious Paper Designs.  Stand out with cards for before and after the holidays and gift tags for in between from Parlato Design Studio.

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8.) Don’t Loose Your Mittens.  Check out this beautiful handmade card “Mittens” by JK Designs on Etsy. It’s festive and environmentally friendly made with CLASSIC LINEN Recycled 100 Bright White.


9.) Treasured Moments.  Traditional holiday cards rock and these beauties by Little Harbor Press, printed on CLASSIC CREST Recycled 100 Bright White, are sure to make your family portrait shine!


10.) Sending The Message.  We fell in love with Mr. Fish by Earth to Girl on Etsy!


11.) Save the Date.  This quick peek calendar is perfect – you can post it on your office wall or tuck it in your purse/briefcase. Get yours here at Lidia Varesco Design.

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12.) Good Little Darth.  Even Darth Vader has to consider being naughty or nice for Santy Clause (from Linna Designs)


13.) No Humbug ‘Tall.  Tag Team Tompkins sets the standard in letter press holiday richness. More on them later, aligator.


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    JK Designs said:

    Thanks for including us in your great blog post, we’re excited to be included with such creative businesses.

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    letterpress printed recipe cards on Classic Crest 100#!

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    Erin said:

    With all the hand crafted holiday cards, it is nice to have a recommended selection of the best card for many holiday occasions! Thanks, Matt! (Love the “Sanitizing Santa!”)