Vojtěch Kubašta Exhibit – Part 3

Vojtěch Kubašta Exhibit – Part 3

This is a continuation of coverage of the “Pop-Ups from Prague: A Centennial Celebration of the Graphic Artistry of Vojtěch Kubašta (1914-1992)” exhibit, curated by Ellen Rubin, The Pop-Up Lady, and taking place at The Grolier Club through tomorrow, Saturday, March 15th, 2014. (For more information, please see Part 1 and Part 2 of this […]

Vojtěch Kubašta Exhibit – Part 1

Vojtěch Kubašta Exhibit – Part 1

Let me start right off by saying that if you’re anywhere within a day’s journey of New York City, and can carve the time out between now and Saturday to get downtown, then plan a trip to go see the “Pop-Ups from Prague: A Centennial Celebration of the Graphic Artistry of Vojtěch Kubašta (1914-1992)” exhibit […]

In Clover – St. Patrick’s Day gift bundle ideas, with Ginko Papers

In Clover – St. Patrick’s Day gift bundle ideas, with Ginko Papers

I’m one of those people who loves giving gifts. And, in particular, I love to give “layered” gifts, with several items to open, all united by a certain theme. The more nooks and crannies and fun gifties to discover, the better. I’m always on the lookout for products that are happy, useful, and not outrageously […]

Spring is in the Air – Part 2

Spring is in the Air – Part 2

So, there’s another storm bearing down on a good portion of the country. Many of us should check (for seemingly the hundredth time this season), to see if there’s any sand, deicer, or salt left, and whether the handle on the shovel is going to make it through another heavy snowfall. But, in the interest […]

Spring is in the Air – Part 1

Spring is in the Air – Part 1

I’ve been getting some nifty e-mails from folks lately, sharing their new designs for spring. And, I’ll admit it, after the winter we’ve been having, even I—usually a fan of the snowiest season—am ready to let it go in exchange for some blue sky, a warm breeze, and a green shoot popping up here and […]

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 3

The Year Ahead – Calendars, Part 3

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in Calendars, Letterpress, S'Wicked Blog, Stationery

I’m giving myself a deadline of the end of this week to make my momentous calendar decision. And, instead of it getting easier as I go along, it’s getting more and more difficult. There’s too much calendar-y goodness out there. Here’s some more of it… Plane Paper Plane Paper’s laser-cut 2014 Geometric Calendar combines great […]

Christmas Cards, Part 2

Christmas Cards, Part 2

Continuing the Christmas cards theme…more luscious designs for your viewing pleasure…. Letter C Design’s lovely, hot hand foil-stamped designs are simple, clean, and homey. Moss Green Christmas Tree and Kraft Wreath are from their folded notecards series. I love these nifty Christmas postcards from The Paper Cub Co. by Sass & Peril: Reindeer postcard and […]

Thanksgiving Greetings

Thanksgiving Greetings

Posted by on Nov 18, 2013 in Greeting Cards, Holiday, S'Wicked Blog, Stationery

In one of those delicious little ironies, my three biggest work deadlines of the year fall within the same two weeks. And, those two weeks fall right smack in the middle of the holiday season. So, while I’m psyched about the work, it does mean I haven’t been posting much, lately. (Next year, I’ll put […]

Oh, Joy! Sales for the holidays!

Oh, Joy! Sales for the holidays!

The holiday sales announcements are starting to roll in, and I wanted to give you all the heads-up on a couple going on, right now. Ladyfingers Letterpress Now, through December 16th, use the code SRSLYGUYS, and get 15% off everything in their online shop. And, by anything, I mean cards, rubber stamps, prints, and more. […]

More Halloween Fun (so stylish, it’s scaaaary)

More Halloween Fun (so stylish, it’s scaaaary)

The Halloween fun continues, heavy on the treats… Let’s start off with a good, straightforward scare—with barbed detailing—from Beau Ideal Editions. And, now for some more style, of the witchy variety, from Mr. Boddington’s Studio. These darling children from Oddball Press are dressed to the nines. Dressed to the nines for murder, that is. I […]