Posts Tagged ‘Crane & Co.’
ChereeALL
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Passion for Paper: Cheree Berry

Oh. What. Fun. Meet Cheree Berry Paper. One does not merely "open" their stunning invitations; one falls down them, like Alice in Wonderland tumbling down a rabbit hole. This is pure print and imaginative magic. Our kind of people: Amanda Mathenia, Carmi Cioni, Cheree Berry, Clare McMullin, Dawn Sparks, Devon Fahner, Hannah Waddell, Kate Disabato, Katherine ...

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Hey Boyfriend!?! What’s Worse Than A Dozen Silk Roses?

Want to make your girlfriend angry on Valentines Day? Send her a PDF Valentine Card and a dozen silk roses! Or, make her happy by expressing your adoration on paper and with real flowers instead. Fellows, you have two days left to shop for that special card and order those red roses. Here are a few ideas from Ink Meets Paper of North Charleston, SC and Nane ...

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“Love Birds” and Japan’s Folded Crane Tradition

Abbey Fowler returns with Old New Borrowed Blue ... ideas in paper for special occasions. She reports — "In traditional Japanese culure, it's believed that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by a crane. Some legends say that you are granted eternal good luck, not just one wish. This makes the act of giving one thousand cranes ...

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Todd Thyberg’s Graphic Novel Fueled by Love for Old + New

The Airship is science fiction story and first in a planned trilogy of graphic novels that will be designed, illustrated and printed by Thyberg of Angel Bomb Design + Letterpress in MPLS. A labor of love you cannot miss and a book you simply must have: "I had to resort to printing it by hand on a Vandercook 219 proof press. Since it was printed on a cylinder ...

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DSC_0890etsy
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Happy Valentines Day: X’s & O’s From Lady Bug Press

Happy Valentines Day! Love cards craft printed on beautiful paper say I Love You just as well as chocolates, reservations and champagne.That 99 cent rack at your local grocer simply does not cut, gentlemen! These simple and elegant little cards were designed and printed by Lady Bug Press of Boise, Idaho.

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LegionGroup
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Recipe for Success: Legion, Letterpress and Crane’s

Recently, the company created a new web portal geared towards one of the most discerning and demanding printing craft customer groups in the world, letterpress owners and operators. It is called www.letterpresspaper.com. Amber Ellis-Seguine of Flywheel Press in California, agrees: "Legion paper gives us the ability to purchase small quantities of top papers ...

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bouquetcropped
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Old, New, Borrowed, Blue: You Can Too!

Speaking of expressing one’s personality, we here at Syd Design are in the process of changing our name to 6.25 Paper Studio. (www. 625paper.com) The old name did not connect to my heart or feel like the right brand to use on our current business path (plus, to be honest, I’m over people calling me Syd). So instead we’re borrowing my own wedding date, creating ...

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Glory Bee! Touch Me, Feel Me, Read Me!

Don’t worry, we’re not suggesting you part ways with your iPhone. But here’s the cold, hard truth: A hand-written note is worth a thousand emails. Why? “Digital is high tech, low touch and a lot of people are frustrated by that,” says Nancy Sharon Collins of Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationer. Go to: http://handengravedstationery.blogspot.com

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BooLetterpressSpooky
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Boo, Who? Tag Team Tompkins!

Boo Who? Tag Team Tompkins, that's who! Diane (mom) and Madeline (daughter) are known in the Etsy.com World as Tag Team Tompkins (http://www.etsy.com/shop/tagteamtompkins) “make paper art that centers around word play.” And, boy-oh-boy, do they do it well. You like hand lettering, hand cut paper, fine paper and printing? These ladies share a few tricks ...

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ladiesofletterpress
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My Favorite Letterpress Man is a Woman! Meet the Ladies of the Letterpress

Sometimes I still think I'm crazy for jumping into this business without having a formal printing or design background. But then I retreat to a land of ink and iron to make something beautiful with my hands and the doubts leave. — TJ Strandberg, http://www.inkandiron.com

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