Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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As get ready for a New Year, let’s take a moment to be mindful of our goals and achievements with this insightful quote from Robert Louis Stevenson. Happy New Year!

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So excited to share this little project today: gorgeous watercolor and laser cut dedication invitations for Izzy! Each watercolored piece is unique, painted with flowing royal blues and teal. For presentation, we created a laser-cut folder illustrated with Bible stories and symbols, perfect for this special and significant day – in addition to a vintage-inspired silhouette of Isaac. With the sharp contrast in color, the folder really makes an amazing first impression! What a perfect, frame-able keepsake for his family members. The whimsical style would be equally lovely for a baptism or custom baby announcement. Every good thing given and […]

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Here’s a wintry Yosemite landscape to get you in the mood for hot chocolate and fuzzy socks this weekend, as we celebrate with family. Happy holidays to all!

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Happy holidays! They are approaching so quickly, so here’s a little something featuring Abi McGinnis, just in time for the season. And we’re having seasonably freezing weather here in Pennsylvania, so it’s extra-appropriate today! 

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We have an extra-special seasonal surprise today: a totally custom illustrated Advent Calendar Christmas Card! Complete with twenty-five folding windows, the whole piece folds up to fit in a mailing envelope. Each die-cut window reveals a different festive, wintry illustration to count down the nights till Christmas! Hand painted snowflakes add a little whimsical decoration to the card, and the envelope liner is personalized the our couple’s airplane. As a greeting, we used a bit of the famous Christmas poem by Clement Clarke Moore: Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a […]