We had a need, and this guy had the envelope! Seriously, we searched all over the U.S., China, and Canada for this particularly sized envelope and John Henning had it. It was a little nerve wracking to have it printed from such a distance, but the envelopes came out perfectly beautiful.
This design is based from a childhood memory of my first flight across the U.S. It was 1984 when I flew to see my sister, and I remember being handed a slick package of boarding passes, feeling like I’d just been handed the world. Even then I noticed and loved the design of which this is remeniscent, a design that just made me feel like I was on the move and going someplace.
We found our magnet maker close to home in a suburb just south of here, and they did a fabulous job. Their templates are clear and easy to use, and the magnets turned out just gorgeous.
Location: Medina, OH
For rubber stamps, this company comes recommended online, so we tried them out! I haven’t seen the stamp, but this is what Jeff Boyd, President, Luggage Free has to say:
“Just got my stamp! I love it!! I’ve been stamping everything in sight all day today. Ha ha!”
So I guess we’ll call that a positive review!
Location: Greenfield, MA
Some friends have a picture of a sunset printed on metal, floating off a black woodblock background. It’s a gorgeous presentation! I totally want to try it, so as metal printing floated through my email on Groupon, I thought I’d grab this link.
Location: San Diego, CA