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We’re at National Stationery Show 2011!

Ladies of Letterpress at National Stationery Show

Ladies of Letterpress at National Stationery Show

We’re exhibiting with Ladies of Letterpress at the National Stationery Show this year. It’s our first time at the show, and so far has been a terrific experience. The gals from the other 10 small letterpress shops who are in our booth have been wonderful to work with. We never would have made it here without them! Our booths are 2362, 2364, 2366, and 2368. If you’re at the show, come by and see us!

Painted Tongue botanical cards on display

Painted Tongue botanical cards on display

Painted Tongue botanical cards on display

Painted Tongue botanical cards on displayPainted Tongue Studios at National Stationery Show


Christmas Cheers!

White Spruce Holiday Card

Looking for beautiful letterpress holiday cards? Come and shop at our Etsy Store! We just uploaded our holiday designs, including our newest holiday card, White Spruce, shown above. White Spruce features a special “rainbow roll” garland. Rainbow roll is a printing technique where half of the press is inked in one color and half in another color. The two colors mix and blend in the middle. Much care must be taken to keep the vibrancy of the colors at either end of the card, for as the press runs, the colors continue to mix.

Back to the cards on the Etsy site, there are some great options there for Winter Solstice and Hanukah, as well as Christmas.

Please visit us at http://www.etsy.com/shop/PaintedTongueStudios

Holiday Greetings With Love From You!

Warm Holiday Wishes Card Poinsettia with Sleeping Cat

Warm Holiday Wishes Card with Poinsettia and Sleeping Cat. Painted Tongue is offering our Holiday note cards with a personalized custom greeting starting at $150.00 for 25 cards. Email Kim at info@paintedtonguepress.com!

My mother sends holiday cards every year to everyone in her Rolodex. She sits at her kitchen counter and dutifully writes each card to all the people we know. Mom never writes more than a few lines, but…

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