Much thanks to reader, Sophie, for introducing me to the wonderful company, Thank Goodness, a personalized thank you note writing service. Thank Goodness allows you to customize everything on your thank yous from the card and envelope color to the inscription to the note itself, which is made with a font custom created from your own handwriting. I’ve always loved handwriting fonts, and I’d love to have my one in my own handwriting!
Thank Goodness provides notes for a variety of occasions, including wedding, baby, business, and more.
image from Thank Goodness
If this doesn’t make the typophiles lustily drool, then I don’t know what will. This beautiful letterpress poster was created by designer Cameron Moll to promote the First Annual Design Review for a team of 30 designers at the LDS Church. The poster features the Salt Lake Temple, created with characters from the Bickham Script Pro, Engravers MT, and Epic typeface families. Just beautiful!
Each poster in the limited edition run of 50 copies is signed and numbered by Cameron Moll. $50.00 per poster.
images from Cameron Moll
Check out these sweet handmade cards from Simple Terms, a greeting card company which brings together fun, sophisticated, and colorful patterns with simple sentiments in stylish greeting cards. Simple Terms offers something for every occasion, from birthday and thank you cards to greetings for kids, baby, and more.
images from Simple Terms
Spotted on Etsy’s front page today — the wonderful artwork of Lauren Minco. This sweet print (The Tiny Artist) caught my eye right away. I love the whimsical playfulness in Lauren’s creations, and the pastel palette in this print makes me feel calm and content. Each print is $14.00 at Lauren’s Etsy shop:
image from Lauren Minco
I’m continually amazed by the things that people are creating with paper, and this jewelry kind of blew my mind. Amazing, amazing creations from San Francisco based Frucci Design, including rings, bracelets, and necklaces that use paper as a main component…sometimes as the only component. Any of these beautiful pieces would be the perfect conversation starter and would pique the interest of everyone from jewelry mavens to M.I.T. grads.
More paper pretties:
images from Frucci Design