Well you guys, I’ve been talking about it for months, but offset printed wedding invitations have finally hit my etsy shop! And since I’m traveling most of this month for weddings across the country, I thought this was the perfect time to launch them!
Since every couple has different stationery needs, I’ve structured the wedding section of my shop in such a way that you start with the invitation and then add on whatever enclosures and extras you’d like. The other great thing about that is that the invitations alone are really affordable—so you can have them customized for other events! Just get in touch.
I fell in love with these hand painted purple graphics from Create the Cut as soon as I saw them. Since they were part of a giveaway and quite a few designers have them, I wanted to make sure to create something unique than just placing them on the page, and these chic invites are the result!
And remember how I mentioned choosing which elements you need to make your wedding stationery suite complete? In addition to the RSVP and other enclosures, you can also add a coordinating save the date or menu for a cohesive look from start to finish.
Though I’ve been hard at work on the new collection, I found a little time to reprint our sold out beer, wine and drinks coasters! I’ve got four sets of each in stock (unless I decide to keep some for myself…). Get them here!
Sorry guys, I’m officially out of clever puns for posts about embroidery at the moment. But I have been stitching furiously!
I think my stitcher’s block earlier this month stemmed from not having an image of the final product in my head before I began. So lately I’ve been creating free form designs—no drawing on the fabric before hand, no tracing a sketch. I’ve been experimenting with new stitches and techniques, all the while just adding whatever I feel like in the moment. I love the way they’ve turned out, expect more of these in the future! Of course, these are all available here.
Well, this is long overdue, but way back in May, Stephanie of Mostaza Seed blogged about my recipes cards. I’ve gone back to her site time and time again since then—she really does have a great eye for curating all the wonderful work out there. Thanks Stephanie!