My favorite gifts over the past few years have sat under the tree in crumpled paper bags. Adorned with glitter and smudged paint, they are bound with unfurling yarn, and thick, pepperminty white glue. Preciousness related not to what's inside the bag, rather than the hands that carefully made it.
This is our holiday card from last year. It's made by hand, layered with luxe, creamy stock, archival glue, the velvet ink of Little Rhody Press. Slipped into a sexy little velum sleeve it's like wrapping a tiny piece of art to send to your loved ones thru the mail. This time of year our mailboxes are overrun by the artwork of a few large companies that have a grip on the market. Consider scouting out and supporting an artist you love this holiday season. There are people right around every corner making beautiful things to share.
I will be sure to post the custom cards from this season, as well as the faces I get to capture. I cannot express how very thankful I am to those of you who have booked, read, ordered, recommended, supported. You have kept my hands busy and my heart full of gratitude.