Every year I make a new set of Valentine’s day cards. I tend to lead a First Friday workshop at the art center where I teach and it’s always a perfect project to do with a new group of students. This year, I tried a few different things before settling on this lock up. It
For Christmas last year, I made a few of these notecards for my friends. They would look great with grey or white envelopes or maybe some sunny yellow ones. I letterpressed the top of the cards with grey ink and still have that piece locked up for future use. When I finished, I lettered the
For first friday this month we made valentines day cards. They were very simple and I had a solid group of people join me. I even had some little kids. I have the lock up left on my galley for some more future printing. We printed some on pastels which looked a lot like candy
I had neglected making both Mother’s & Father’s day cards for a while. Two months ago I found some grey paper on sale and was saving it for a project. When some square envelopes also went on sale, I figured it was a perfect time to get around to making cards for Moms & Dads.
Last night was First Friday and I got to teach a Letterpress Sampler Class at the Visual Art Center. Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, we made some small 4-Bar “xoxo” cards. I also got to show them the exquisite corpse game, so they got to take home two projects in the short
In honor of St.Patrick’s Day, I made these little cards. We had this tiny little wooden vintage clover leaves that were just ideal for the holiday. The cards are simple, small and fun. The green ink took nicely to the paper. I made a few on stickers last week for first Friday at the Visual
Christmas Cards were mailed this week! And I made some you can buy too! Here is the process & the product! Also, these were my own handwriting which I scanned in and got printed. first test with the polymer plate: it works! & Red Envelopes! I Made some more inspired by my friend Emily. I
I printed a lot of Dogwood Flower Letterpress Blank Cards the other evening. The cut is vintage and for anyone who comes into the studio when I teach. Dogwoods are tattood on my arm and are one of my favorite flowers. I used lavender paper and metallic ink. It ended up looking beautiful and I