Archive for May, 2011

Date Night

After Renegade Craft Fair wrapped up Sunday night Trav and I decided to stay in town for a fun date night. We followed the suggestion of a friend and went to El Arbol for dinner and sat under the glorious oak tree on the patio. The food was divine. And so was the company.

Hop on over to anthropologie.com to shop Blue Eye Brown Eye! I’m very excited that a new line of monogram wood type letterpress sets are now available online. I just love wood type and it was so fun to make these for them. I hope you enjoy!

Yesterday I got back into town from spending a few days in Austin for Renegade Craft Fair. It was such a fun experience and quite nice to get away for a little bit.Here are a few pictures of the fair.

Homako, out of L.A., makes amazingly cute jewelry and I bought this necklace from them.

Posters from Public School.

Monogram prints from Little Things Studio. I snagged this E.

Soap from Fort Worth local Soap Addict.

I loved this display and the amazing journals from Millions of People Happy.

Always a favorite of mine – Paloma’s Nest.

And here’s my booth, #130!

Thank you kindly letterpress sets were a big seller!

New monogram sets made of vintage wood type made their debut – and will be appearing online at Anthropologie.com very soon!

I’ve been busy printing and creating a lot of new products and re printing some old favorites this week for Renegade Craft Fair this weekend in Austin. Here are peeks of a few of the items:

Let’s grab a drink letterpress card

Vintage pointing finger letterpress flat cards

Thank you kindly letterpress sets with fun summer colors

Embroidered Kraft Journals

Happy Birthday letterpress Bitty Note

I’m so proud of you letterpress Bitty Note

I’m excited about these. These are vintage postcards that I’ve printed on to give them a little somethin’. These will include an envelope and vintage postage to complete the vintage package! There’s a large variety of postcards and they all have “Hi there” letterpress printed on them.


Just a few calligraphy samples for a recent project – these for a sweet spread. Sounds yummy!

P.S. Mini clothespins make a fun way to display cards at an event!