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Letterpress Invitations – The Perfect Choice for Special Occasions

Letterpress invitations are a thing of beauty. While wedding invitations have evolved considerably over the years and people are coming up with new, innovative ways to announce the most important day of their life, the popularity and demand for old school letterpress invites still remain the same, which is quite incredible. 680 more words

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Why Choose Letterpress Printing for Invites and Business Cards?

The oldest method of printing, letterpress is characterized by the beautiful finished result wherein one can ‘feel’ the printed content. Having originated in the 15th century, it remained the primary mode of printing for nearly five centuries. 305 more words

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Choosing Help with Business Card Printing Needs

Having something printed up that shares all of your information in a small and convenient format is important. You are someone who needs to get the word out about all that you are and all that you have to offer, and you need to find someone who will help you print up business cards that will make you look good. 217 more words

Moonkwayk Studio artists' books - new titles for 2017

TALEs of Topsy – a collaborative book between myself, as book designer and June Allen a North East artist who has illustrated and written her account of her family’s joy and laughter with their rescued lurcher Topsy. 213 more words

About Letterpress Printing

Letterpress is the oldest form of printing, as printing is commonly perceived: that is, as a means of reproducing text and picture copies through mechanised labour. 302 more words

Chris Fritton in People of Print

Excited to have three pictures of The Sherwood Press included in People of Print’s article about Chris Fritton, The Itinerant Printer, who among visits to countless other print shops across the land dropped in at The Sherwood Press. 49 more words

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Microblog Mondays: Reflect.

How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. –Annie Dillard.

I’ve spent the last 72 hours in bed.  Sick.  Ugh! I wasted a significant amount of that time fretting over the things that weren’t getting done.

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