Friday, 8 October 2010

workshop update: the 'Tabletop Letterpress Workshop'

I picked up this gorgeous Post Card cut from Don Black's Linecasting's last week. This of course had me printing some impromptu postcards (anyone else have a thing for postcards or is it just me?) as soon as I got home with it. With fall here and Thanksgiving weekend upon us Canadians, I'm inspired by the colours of the changing leaves and the beautifully erratic weather we've been having. Autumn is my favorite.

I've got a small update to the s + t workshops. As a response to many participant requests, I have now combined the Postcards + Notecards workshop with the Letterpress Curiosity Workshops. This means that participants will now be able to print with the studio's 50+ cuts/images/icons along with typesetting with wood and lead type for their stationery. Welcome the new Tabletop Letterpress Workshop.

Have a lovely weekend, everyone.


afro-chick said...

these look DELIGHTFUL.
hmm. perchance i'll put in an order?! bahahah.
i am nearly finished all your mini-banner notes. recipients are lOVING them!

happy thanksgiving weekend, tanya!

Micheline said...

It's not just you. I LOVE postcards, too.

Beth said...

Great idea to combine the workshops!

Jaime said...

That postcard cut is a beaut!
Happy Thanksgiving to you + C!

t a n y a said...

afro-chick: so glad to hear the mini cards are well-received!

Micheline: nice!

Beth: thanks, it's a lot of fun to use the images!

Jaime: sorry I missed tea today! You can expect to see one of these in the mail ;)

for design's sake {sandi} said...

love the vintage post card prints. I am so digging vintage for this holiday season, it seems the right time to just make everything vintage style :) I also love that green colour in your calling cards above this post..SOO awesome. All of these make me want to head straight for St. Jacobs and see what I can find!

phillipa said...

holy the post card t! also love your new blog header design.

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