Thursday, June 14, 2007

Personalize Your Note Cards

I have been hand stamping invitations for a while now and recently decided to hand stamp my letterpressed note cards. I was nervous that it would dilute the quality of the letterpress - but I have found the opposite to be true. It adds another layer - in a really good way I think. And when it is physically layered on top of the letterpressed image, as in the Summer Dress card below for Eloise, I find the chocolate ink to be like a beautiful linen screen.

While I have been personalizing stationery on a You Ask, I'll Do It Basis, you'll soon be able to personalize your note cards online through our website. Here are some samples I have done in the past:

And here's one I just did for my niece's birthday:

And this one of our Oversized Flats (8.5" x 5.5") - all elements are large & in charge on this one! Perfect for big handwriting like mine:

Having the names rubber stamped gives me the flexibility to place the name wherever I want, in any color, and on different designs. AND, the person gets to keep their stamp. I love the way it looks and can't wait to do more of them.

Email me directly at if you want your very own.

And let me know what you think of the rubber stamp/letterpress combo. I'd love to hear what you think.


southern daze said...

I just stumbled onto your blog and website from the link on daily candy (which I stumbled onto from another stationery link) and I must say...I'm in love! I have a total paper fetish that appears to be getting out of control! I have absolutely no need for any new paper products but will be emailing you via "linda & harriett" very soon to place an order.

BTW - I absolutely LOVE the way the stamp looks on the letter pressed notecards! I wish I had your talent!!

-- Cyndi

Liz Libré said...

Thanks Cyndi! I appreciate it. I have received pretty good feedback on the personalized note cards, too - so I think they'll be around for a while.

We have some new designs coming in next week, so check back soon.