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I’ve been thinking about this invitation since I saw it on Black Eiffel. It is letterpressed, gocco’d and sewn–I love it.
February 20, 200912:01 am
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February 20, 20094:04 am
that’s a gorgeous group of invitations. I definitely wish I knew how to do those techniques.
February 20, 20099:28 am
i saw these on seesaw, they’re so nice.
February 20, 20092:28 pm
they are lovely!
February 20, 20095:25 pm
Beautiful and unique. I love the stack with all of the loose threads hanging out. Gorgeous!
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February 22, 20091:14 pm
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February 23, 200910:51 am
this is a true stack of beauty. combines some of my biggest loves. paper, linvitations, etterpress, sewing. yum! and the colours are scrumptious! [by the way, i really enjoy reading your blog, it’s really lovely!]
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