Posts Tagged ‘Lettra’
625_businesscards2
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Small Business Cards With a Big Punch

Emily Potts Reports: "Truly great business cards all have three things in common: good design, high quality printing, and durable, beautiful paper. If you want to make a good first impression, your card needs to be printed on a nice, rigid stock, not something that’s floppy and dare I say, impotent when you hand it to a potential client. Your card should make ...

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DWRI Lettra 600-2
05
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“Bingo for Two” Game at NSS Draws Crowds

Could there be a friendlier industry gathering of 11,000 people, 8,500 store owners and 800 exhibitors? Thousands of happy, friendly paper artists, designers and printers, all armed with engraved, pressed, foiled, stamped, numbered, hand-tipped, die-cut, hand-sewn, raffia-tied samples? What's not to like? The NSS is really just a massive Cuddly Kitten Convention. ...

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07
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A Thing of Beauty: 90 x 2 = Double Perfection

When the right paper choice makes all the difference in the world: "Patrick Jeske of parts & labor in Minneapolis designed the card and explained design intent: “The design called for a piece that was refined, elegant, and timeless, without being pretentious; while tipping it's hat to the heritage of the client's ancestry. This was a true design challenge. ...

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These Greeting/Art Cards Will Flip You Out!

What a great idea from Bennett Holzworth and his friends. Tapping into the same energy and collaborative spirit he uses in letterpress projects and blogging, Card to Art is a greeting card that easily transforms into a matted work of art that is ready for a standard frame.

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PeterDeckle
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At Crane, Peter Hopkins Keeps the Flame

Peter Hopkins is a consultant and blogger for Crane. His expertise in paper is renown. We spoke with him about the fine art of fine paper making.

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