Posts Tagged ‘papergoods’
Amy Lowry simply "can't tell us" how much she loves designing stationery. Her passion is obvious when you look at her collection of work in the Thank You Cards Shop. She got her start designing stationery for her own wedding almost 6 years ago, and from there, she was hooked!
As a graphic designer with a love of DIY, her work in the Thank You Cards Shop has all the charm and high quality you associate with handmade stationery. Cards are fully customizable and the selection is ample, making these cards the perfect option for any occasion.
Use the code 10paper at checkout for 10% off your Thank You Cards Shop order. AND bonus! Get a free printable from Amy's shop from How About Orange right now (its that set above to the left. pretty cool, huh?). Get the free download for airmail thank you notes now.
Prolific graphic designer and artist Jenna Graviss generously spreads the creative wealth with her Etsy shop, Tucker Reece. Her artwork is filled with inspiring images and words. Her goal: "To promote and encourage a beautifully inspired creative life."
The Tucker Reece shop was named after the maiden names of Jenna's two grandmothers, who were artists themselves. These women always encouraged and inspired her talents. The shop is a beautiful memento to that creative spirit. Prints like My Cup Runneth Over and My Umbrella showcase the shop's clean, graphic style and optimistic messages.
Tucker Reece artwork is perfect to hang in your office to keep inspired throughout the day- or to gift to a friend so you can spread the positive vibes.
Explore the large selection in the Tucker Reece Etsy shop.
Literally. They really are works of art. These paper garlands are actually made of recycled prints from artist Belinda Kemp's stockpile of 'seconds'. If you love the artwork typically found in Belinda's shop, Gretchen Mist, you are going to love these handmade paper garlands.
I keep thinking they would be great for a party: birthdays, holidays, bridal showers. Basically any excuse to display these babies, I'm all for!
By the way, how was everyone's weekend?
I spent my time baking holiday cookies with my husband's family. We made more than 400 cookies and other sweets in all to split between the four households. Seriously. I am not kidding. It was crazy. And awesome!
What did you do?