A couple of weeks ago I had this great idea to make postcards! In no time at all I had 15 designs ready and sent to the printer! They're here now and ready for you to mail to your friends. Or keep. Or whatever. Each card celebrates one of those funny little holidays you hear about on the radio... or read about on Facebook. You know the ones, Coffee Day, etc. Buy individually or pick up the whole set!
Lately I've been trying to practice what I preach and sending more snail mail! It seems to be mostly belated birthday cards (ya know, after I read about someone's birthday on Facebook and go, "Oh shit. It's their birthday." Then I trek downstairs to my office, write out a card, and pop it in the mail. Anyways, now that I have POSTCARDS I'm extra excited to sit down and write out some good old fashion snail mail! So, if I happen to have your address you just might wanna keep an eye on your mailbox!
(FYI - Coffee Day is this month, so you should probably stock up on Coffee Day Postcards like right now. Now. Just do it.
In other news, it looks like I've already sold half of the calendars that I planned to make this year. So if you're at all considering buying one, you might wanna act fast! Though if you're in Vancouver or Toronto, please note that I will be heading your way for the One of a Kind Show in Toronto (but just the last six days) or for Vancouver I'll be back at Make It in December and I'm setting stock aside for both shows. But for those of you outside Toronto or Vancouver, you might have to order online unless a store near you stocks our shit! Not sure if the store has our calendars? Message me and I'll let you know! (Or get off your butt and go check the store!)
Finally, for all of you that wholesale our cards - Please get your Christmas card orders in as soon as possible (ie. before the end of the month... ideally).
Valentine's Day has come and gone and I'm finally settling back into my normal work routine... Creasing, folding and cutting cards for the masses! Earlier this month my husband and I spent the weekend in Vancouver at the Taboo Show. It was my first time at that particular show and it was such a warm welcome from lovely, sexy, hilarious, fun-loving people! If you've never been, the show celebrates sex, self-love and everything taboo! (So of course my cards were a perfect fit). I've never been to a show with a strict 18+ audience and it was certainly a pleasure not having to turn kids away from my booth all weekend (the half-naked customers were just an added bonus). Anyways, thanks to you of you that dropped by my booth at the show, I hope to see you again next year!