Posts Tagged ‘Etsy’
1. Marc Blackwell Glass Set: Barneys // 2. Polka Dot & Striped Glasses: Pier 1 // 3. Mr. & Mrs. Cocktail Glass Set // 4. Limited Edition Gold Zig-Zag Tray: Etsy // 5. Gold-Plated Lustrum 8 oz. Cocktail Shaker Set // 6. Glitter Spoons // 7. 24 Carat Gold Cocktail Set // 8. The Sedgewick Bar Cart // 9. Six Piece Bar Tool Set
I am so excited to share with everyone a few new designs for my Boutique Collection. Most of my stationery can be found on my ETSY site. There you can purchase any of my blank folded everyday cards or flat note cards.
My newest design incorporates both my love of color that pops and detail. I wanted to explore florals and took notes from the line work of tattoos. Usually line artwork like this is perfect for outlining a tattoo.
To introduce the series I included a Peony, an Anemone and a Scabiosa design. These florals look so gorgeous when you really look at the detail of them. With these designs I hoped to capture just that.
I juxtaposed them against a wood grain patterned background and printed on a linen card stock to add texture and bring it all together. All of the Line Flower series cards are available in my Belize minty pool green and a vibrant Beet purple. Just delicious!
You can use these cards for saying thanks, sending a little note or even a modern birthday card. Includes 6 folded cards finished with rounded corners. Cards measure about 4.25″ x 5.5″ and come with beet purple envelopes.
Beautifully packaged in a black box with a plastic lid. Shipping for this includes delivery confirmation.
Please contact me for wholesale orders at sales(at)papercutindustries.com
Having worked with G at Indie Design Studio was such an awesome collaboration. Her talent exceeds beyond any young entrepreneur mother I have ever met. Her numerous projects exude such talent and skill that I was stoked to have her redesign my website. I gush about her and her fabulous talents to this day. If you need a small business web site design and are interested in working with a company that is socially and environmentally conscious, check her out.
I was stoked to be a featured designer on her Indie Design Studio blog as well. Loads of work featured and a couple of very insightful questions. Check it out!