Quick Picks : 10.19.17

Free Printable Halloween Cards from Lia Griffith (Personalize)

Free Printable Halloween Cards from Lia Griffith

This Week’s Picks

♥ Super fun and free printable Halloween treat bags from Think.Make.Share. Just add candy!

♥ Hmm, interesting (and pretty) – wine labels created from algorithms.

♥ I’m talking 2017 holiday card trends over on Invitation Crush, and this week it’s all about “Blue Christmas”.

♥ So many totally cute stickers in this shop!

♥ I just released a mash of fun and wacky monster bag cut files over on k.becca. Perfect for Halloween and monster-themed parties!

image from Lia Griffith

Sweet Letterpress Cards from Hubbub Paper Co.

I am completely smitten with these sweet letterpress cards from Hubbub Paper Co., whose darling designs include greeting cards for lots of different occasions, including birthday, love & friendship, holiday, and everyday. I’m really diggin’ the mix of muted colors, sweet illustration, and punny sentiments that can be found in their collection. I mean, who doesn’t love office / school supplies with fun little faces?!

Have a peek at some of their birthday and everday letterpress greetings below, and head on over to the Hubbub Paper Co. shop to see everything that they offer!

Letterpress Birthday Cards & Everyday Cards from Hubbub Paper Co.

images from Hubbub Paper Co.

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DIY Low Poly Paper Halloween Masks from Smaga Paperwood

DIY Low Poly Paper Halloween Masks from Smaga Paperwood

Looking for a creepy cool costume idea for Halloween? Check out these DIY low poly paper Halloween masks from Smaga Paperwood, a Polish paper shop that specializes in detailed DIY wood and paper creations for the home and head.

I’ve gotta be honest. I would almost certainly run for my life and probably pee my pants a little bit if I was out for a walk in the woods and saw someone wearing one of these masks. But, as I was running away, I’d totally be thinking, “hey, that was a really cool mask.”

Check out all of Smaga Paperwood’s low poly paper Halloween masks and wall hangings right here.

DIY Low Poly Paper Halloween Masks from Smaga Paperwood

DIY Low Poly Paper Halloween Masks from Smaga Paperwood

DIY Low Poly Paper Halloween Masks from Smaga Paperwood

DIY Low Poly Paper Halloween Masks from Smaga Paperwood

images from Smaga Paperwood

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Quick Picks : 10.12.17

1904 World's Fair Inspired St. Louis Bridal Shower Invitations by Anne Kostecki

These 1904 World’s Fair inspired St. Louis bridal shower invitations by Anne Kostecki are gorgeous!

This Week’s Picks

The House That Lars Built shares a creepy cool take on the classic Halloween luminary.

♥ Learn how to make super easy and fun Halloween bat treat bags in my latest k.becca livestream!

♥ I also released some cute monster bag cut files in the k.becca shop this week. Perfect for trick or treat and monster-themed parties!

♥ I love a well designed deck of playing cards, and this list of 28 Stunning Playing Card Designs has SO many totally craveable decks.

♥ Check out these fun and free Halloween party printables from Design Eat Repeat!

image from Anne Kostecki