Posts Categorized: cards

Card night

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Do you ever play card games? It’s funny: I always laugh at how many decks of cards we have in our apartment. At last count, we have eight packs in the junk drawer in our kitchen! How we’ve managed to accumulate so many is something I’ll never understand. But actually, a pack of playing cards… Read more »

With love, from Brooklyn

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I popped by the Greenpointers Valentine’s Market on Sunday, and came across these adorable cards from Loveless Designs. Each card is pen and ink, and then hand-colored with markers by the artist (Bethany Robertson) herself. I thought it was such a sweet way to send spontaneous snail mail greetings to friends. On that note, you should… Read more »

DIY Valentine’s card idea

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Yes—Valentine’s Day is still a more than a month away, but during the snowstorm this past weekend, I made a trip to one of my favorite Brooklyn card shops, and decided to get a little crafty! The main reason: Have you heard about heat embossing? It’s what gives cards that elegant, raised, dimensional effect. All… Read more »

Birthday wishes

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As many of you know, I’m always on the hunt for creative ways to send handwritten greetings to family and friends. This clever birthday card from W+K Studio kicks things up a notch—I love that you can color in the number of candles yourself. So fun! Do you still send birthday cards in the mail… Read more »