holiday cards, though I will admit some years ours don’t quite get out in time for the winter holidays and I end up sending Cinco de Mayo, Purim and St. Patrick’s Day greetings instead.
But not this year.
I’m on it.
And I have Tiny Prints to thank.
I knew I wanted to use this awesome old time-y photo of my kids we did at the boardwalk over the summer.
So, a vintage looking card would be perfect. Like
Here’s the finished card. It’s perfect, even if I do say so myself.
All year round, you’ll find business cards, birth announcements and even custom wedding invitations. Come try the easy card personalization, a powerful preview engine and top-notch customer service and paper quality for yourself. With Tiny Prints by your side commemorating every holiday and momentous occasion is a cinch!
Thank you Tiny Prints for having me participate in this campaign and for the chance to review these fantastic holiday cards.
If you haven’t heard of
Yarn Bombing, let me be the one to tell you it’s pretty awesome – it’s also know as graffiti knitting, or yarn storming.
The above photo is from South Orange, NJ, and is the handiwork of community group
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Tagged 1001 things i love, community action, creative people, graffiti knitting, knit graffiti, rebel yarns, urban activists, yarn bombing, yarn storming, yarnbombing |
22nd Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, Chelsea
Posted in Design, New York City, Urban sightings |
Tagged 1001 things i love, gold foil angel, New York City, NYC, Only in New York, only in new york city, purple wire skeleton, Street Art, weird shit |
I love the
number 11. Because not only is it odd, it is also a unique primary number.
And yet, 11 is also completely even when viewed from left to right.
Do you have a favorite number?