Here's a fun engagement invitation we designed and printed a couple months back. Our favorite part (besides the fact that it's a beer) is the four-leaf clover monogram using the couples first initials.
February 7, 2013
February 5, 2013
You know when you're writing an email or some other kind of correspondence and you find yourself saying something like, "I'd loved to get a pumpkin latte" or "We'd love to watch your dog for the long weekend"? Isn't that a bit aggressive for the word love? Well, maybe in the distant past you're about to be living in because this letterpress card will clarify exactly what kind of level of love you got in mind. Find the card/print in our shop and love it to pieces.
November 20, 2012
Continuing our collection of Noise Cards, we added two new ones for the holidays. Out of all the jingling holiday sounds we landed on the Little Drummer Boy and the Nutcracker...though not sure if we've every heard a nutcracker actually crack a nut. Those weak, painted wooden jaws are all show.
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November 1, 2012
The coasters (minus the invitation) will be in our shop if you're up for a round or two.
October 30, 2012
Working with the Children's Museum of Denver, we created this custom print for their fundraiser campaign. The concept was to celebrate the idea of childhood discovery. We were inspired by the star-filled Colorado sky and remembered how fun it was as a kid (and still is) to look up at the billions of stars trying to connect the dots of our imaginary constellations. From a distance we wanted the print to look like a child pointing at the stars, but on a closer inspection you see the blind press of what the child is drawing.
October 5, 2012
We had heard about the Rose Garden, but don't think we could really image the number of roses we'd discover there. Walked away with a year's supply of Stop and Smell the Roses quips.
Then we made the short walk up to the Japanese Gardens. We can honestly say this is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places we've ever been. Could have spent all day admiring the work of the gardeners. True artist.
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September 25, 2012
We just finished up two more Noise Cards for the collection. We're taking another swing (pun most definitely intended) at a piñata card. Maybe it's because we secretly wish more things were filled with candy. The second one is our first I'm Sorry card and there's no better noise for sorry than the deep gruntle sound for a foghorn.
Expect more Noise Cards on the way, but until then these can be found in our Etsy Shop.