NEW! DIY digital files and custom, hand screenprinted wraps!

I'm happy to announce that I am now offering DIY digital files on select designs in my shop, as well as custom, hand-screenprinted papers to use as wraps, belly bands, envelope liners and more!

There are only three designs in the DIY category so far but I have ideas for about a half-dozen more so stay tuned for additions to the shop over the next few weeks.

And here are a few images from a recent order that took advantage of my screenprinting services:

This bride ordered a sample of the butterfly motif ensemble and liked everything about it, including the wrap, but was interested in a palette more along the lines of the dragonfly motif ensemble.  Since I had just started putting my new Yudu to work, I created a similar wrap, printed in two colors ("plum" and "grape" purple, which matches the rest of her ensemble) on a lightweight chartreuse green paper.  This is a great example of how you can add a handmade and unique touch like a screenprinted paper to your ensemble but still keep the crispness of flat printing for the text of the invite itself.  If you're interested in a more detailed description of the screenprint process for this particular order, check out my other blog!

Congratulations, Julie & Albert!

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