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I’ll be listing an abundance of colors in our new pocket pouches over the next few days. Check out the first six hues and grab yourself a set of 10 for business cards, gift card enclosures, holiday wrapping or whatever suits your fancy! Custom die-cut with our own pattern on 80 lb text weight paper. Scored, glued and assembled ready for some gift card or business card awesomeness! Sized 2.675×2.675″ – Fits perfectly a 2.5×2.5″ business card.

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These letterpress escort tags were shipped out a few weeks back for a bride who was doing a modern holiday wedding. Her colors were brown, plum and cream.  Angela came to me with a few ideas in mind: she was having an Italian and travel themed wedding and was looking for a few different options to explore in the designs. One option was to explore a vineyard illustration, rough and modern as they were celebrating at a great winery and she thought that might be a way to bring across the location in the details. She had also mentioned the possibility of doing a luggage tag or passport styled tag as they were going to name their tables after cities in Italy – you know, Rome, Tuscany, and the likes. Our last option explored was to reflect her main floral arrangements, which …

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I don’t know if you are familiar with the story of the Twelve Dancing Princesses, so if not I’ll indulge you: There were these princesses that seduced men and took them to an underground kingdom to dance the night away. The king was offering a reward to anyone who could solve the mystery of the twelve dancing princesses (and find out where all the other princes had disappeared to). The royal gardener wanted a shot at solving the mystery and a chance of winning a princess for his bride – so he befriended the youngest princess in hopes to get invited for a night of dancing. When finally invited, he was required to follow the princesses to the secret kingdom. While underground he passed through a forest of silver and gold and stole a branch of leaves off each tree. In a …

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