We are honored that the D Magazine Editors named Color Box Design & Letterpress a finalist in the Best Stationer category of the Best of Big D: Reader’s Choice Poll. Please Vote for us Today! You can vote once a day from each of your devices until June 2. We are on page 3 online or #17 on your mobile device. Thanks in advance! http://surveys.dmagazine.com/bestofbigd2013-services
I’m very excited to have 2 of my invitations featured in DWedding this season. The first shown above was designed for Katie Williams. Katie and her mom were so nice to work with and I think the invitation and other paper goods turned out quite lovely.
Katie loves lace and all things antique, we fashioned the shape and outer edge of the border around the type after a pendant that had been in the family, the lace for the background of the invitation was very close to the lace on Katie’s wedding gown. And to top it off a Victorian-esque monogram.
The second invitation is in the article named, Ivy League Flair for a Classic Affair, the one labeled number 3. This was an invitation I did several years back, it has a nice little preppy feel about it. And love the the items picked for this spread, brings quite a few more ideas to mind for new invitation designs. If you don’t have a copy of DWeddings you can see this article at the on-line version here.
I’m excited to be featured on the Letterpress Perfect blog today.
You should check out Meredith’s blog!
This is too cool. The August issue of Dmagazine hit the stand this week which features their annual Best of Big D, this year they also created a Reader’s Choice section. And as most of my friends know I asked them to vote for me, and I must have really good friends because I won the Best Stationer Reader’s Choice category. Thanks for your support, I really appreciate it.
Click here to view on-line. I’m almost at the bottom – Best Stationery.
Vicki, from Paper and Chocolate in Dallas had a great idea last year, she contacted 3 designers to design Veteran’s Day Cards, myself included, then she gave them away, they were available in her store for anyone to come in and write a note to thank our soldiers and veterans for their service. You could send one out yourself, or let Vicki and her staff distribute the card for you.
What a great idea. Thanks Vicki.
The bright colored “C” art letters in this article from the March/April 2010 issure are mine. For those of you in Dallas and have not yet visited We Are 1976, you must go. For those of you visiting Dallas, you must go. It is a wonderful shop full of interesting finds you won’t see anywhere else. And they carry my stuff – I couldn’t be happier.