Showing posts with label L Letterpress. Show all posts
Showing posts with label L Letterpress. Show all posts


Monogrammed cards with the L Letterpress.

We recently received a submission that we wanted to share with everyone! Our new friend, Carrisa Wiley made these beautiful cards for personalized gifts to hand out during the holidays. They even have corresponding letterpressed monograms! She used the Damask and Scholastic printing plates to complete this look. Notice that die-cutting was also used here.  Nesting Circles and Nesting Scallops are great for hosting a monogram and putting the finishing touch on a project. The ribbon is also a nice touch and really adds character to the project.  Great work Carrisa and thanks for sharing!
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We love hearing from others about what they've created with our products. If you would like to share your project with us, submit it to our Facebook page.

*images courtesy of Carrisa Wiley 


Wall of Staches

What do you get when you give your goofy co-workers letterpressed mustaches on a stick and a Polaroid camera? Behold, The Great Wall of Staches. 

For a reason unknown to me we have a life size cut out of George W. Bush tucked away in the break room.  We decided he needed to join in the mustache festivities. The film undeveloped right over his mouth...creepy.


Design Summit Recap

Wow!  The Altitude Design Summit was a blast!  We learned so much from the amazing line of panelists about social media, design and blogging.  It was well prepared and executed.  We will definitely be back next year.  We also had the chance to demo the L Letterpress in the Lounge and chat about the prodcut line with some of our favorite bloggers and some fabulous newcomers. 

 Michelle, Andrea and Jennifer walking the red carpet for the "Old Hollywood" opening event.

Michelle, Gabi (Design Mom), Ben (Gabi's husband) & Jennifer

Design Mom announcing the L Letterpress giveaway winner
 Our demo station in the Alt Summit Lounge.



We took Polariods of attendees with letterpressed mustaches.

Those who visited our booth received a  letterpressed handout tied to a mini paper pack and envelopes.

Our business cards we made with the L Letterpress