I have written five thank-you cards this week. I have a lot to be thankful for! So, it’s time to splurge on some new stationary from Etsy.
I bought this set from Pressure.
I really wanted this set from Pistachio Press. But, resisted the urge.
I did buy this set from Albertine Press.
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Stephanie Ciccarelli says
I originally found your blog because you posted about recording a voice over (cool!), but when I saw this post, I had to click on it.
My sister-in-law Lisa Zuraw has an Etsy shop for her letterpress cards too. She focuses on babies and children. Her business is called sweetbeets.
Those are beautiful cards that you purchased by the way. It’s good to see that the old art of letter writing hasn’t gone away 🙂
Michelle, I love Quilled Cards. They are difficult to make. Your Mom must be super patient.
My mom makes cards and stationary. It is amazing the things you can with paper with the right tools. I love when she does quilled cards. She also sews designs on some, they are awesome. Nothing better than a thank you note on a handmade card.
Michelle in NV
Being a birder, my fav one was the one you actually resisted, but I adore the others too.
Spa Therapy Works says
Very cute cards! I’m going to check out her shop!!
Good eye! Amber did change my outfit for the shoot. I think we’re going to work on a green background for St. Patrick’s Day. That should be a fun one. =)
Hmmm, is it me or did the Soap Queen change her outfit! Hehe. My favourite is the one with the little bird.