Tag Archives: Calendars

Wordshop Wednesday: Yee Haw Industries

From cards to posters to calendars to t-shirts, I give you the lovely and humorously crafty letterpress designs of Yee Haw Industries:

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French Friday: French greatness from Present & Correct!

French-related products from the always-lovely Present & Correct:

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Wordshop Wednesday: Poketo!

If you haven’t already scoped out the wonderland that is Poketo, you should make a beeline to their website immediately. Immediately, that is, after feasting your eyes upon the following diversely brilliant items offered in their online shop:

Custom diary:

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Wallet:

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Animal journals:

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Hippie pens:

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T-shirts:

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You can also follow Poketo on Twitter HERE.

Wordshop Wednesday: Present and Correct!

I could (and do) spend hours daydreaming about owning every single one of the objects stocked at Present and Correct. They should probably send me some free goodies to satiate my delusions of vintage grandeur.

Enjoy:

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OK, I should stop. I’ll end up posting the entire website.

So, seriously, go check them out. But don’t buy out the store. That’s my job.

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Wordshop Wednesday: Egg Press!

For a blog entitled Words & Eggs, I’m quite astonished that I haven’t yet featured Egg Press on the site. What the heck have I been doing with my time?! Well… better late than never, right? Right.

So, without further ado, allow me to introduce you to the intricate loveliness of… Egg Press!

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2009 calendars (both letterpress and offset) now on sale:

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Letterpress cards I can’t quite deal with (umm, in a good way):

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Lovely little gift tags:

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Please look at these doggy paper doll prints and try not to pass out:

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They even have ridiculous, little baby onesies:

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Egg Press also offers a ton of Valentine cards, but I refuse to display them to you right now. I figure I’ll do some sort of Valentine post later on, even though I generally find Valentine’s Day an annoying pseudo-holiday invented by the Whitman’s Sampler and FTD (among others). But feel free to head on over to Egg land and check out their V Day cards, because they’re pretty d@mn awesome (for a lame-o “holiday”).

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I haven’t posted any calendars in a while…

It’s almost 2009! As in denial of this fact as I am, it doesn’t make it any less true.

Cr@p.

But, if another year threatens to begin, well then, we might as well welcome it with designeriffic beauty, don’t you think?

I bet you’ll want all of these calendars, just like I do.

LENA CORWIN (this one’s my personal favorite, shh!):

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SOMETHING’S HIDING HERE (what a great shop name, huh?):

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SEESAW DESIGN:

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Letterpress makes me more willing to ring in the new year, how about you?

 

HAPPIFYs postcard calendar (I find this incredibly inventive/awesome):

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Four seasons letterpress calendar by ELUM DESIGNS:

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French Friday!

I recently came across a crafty French blog called “Echevette,” which contains all sorts of sewn creations, whether embroidered or cross-stitched or knitted or who-the-heck-knows-what. And some of them are really awesome and I’d like to reach my hand into my monitor and grab them for myself. Particularly the French advent calendars (“calendriers de l’avent“), which, from my previous post, you already know I sort of obsess over. Then, Echevette led me to another cool, crafty French blog, called “Un fil sur la toile,” which furthers the awesome quotient about ten-fold. Below are some of my favorites from each. Feel free to thank me with fun comments and/or candy canes. Thanks.

Amusez-vous bien!

From Echevette:

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From Un Fil sur la Toile:

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