Letterpress cards custom with name, personalized stationery, letterpress stationery
Free shipping to the US! These elegant and simple personalized cards make a great attendant gift or thank you note for your wedding! Pair them with one of my personalized return address stamps for the perfect set. These can be made with two names or a single name. Each set contains 25-75 personalized letterpress cards and envelopes, choose the quantity from the drop down menu.
---- How to order ----
• Chose your ink and envelope color from the first drop down menu
• Choose your card quantity from the second drop down menu
• If you are purchasing the address printing upgrade, select a card quantity with the "+ address" option
• Fill out the personalization with the three required values.
• Click the "add to cart" button
• Proceed with the check out process
---- Size ----
These cards have the name of your choice printed in either a horizontal or a vertical orientation. The cards measure about 5.5 x 4.25 inches. They are printed in my home studio with rubber based ink on my Chandler and Price letterpress on 100% cotton, white paper.
---- Envelopes ----
Choose from Kraft(shown), Gray, or white envelopes. Please note the Kraft and gray envelopes have a triangle flap and the white envelopes have a square flap. The white envelopes match the letterpress paper in color exactly but are a lighter paper weight.
---- Address Printing ----
I offer the option to letterpress print your address on the envelopes, this is an additional cost, please select the "+ address" option from the "number of cards" drop down menu. The ink color must be the same ink color as you are using for the cards. Keep in mind, taupe ink will not show up on the Kraft envelopes, and gray ink will not show up on gray envelopes.
---- Custom ----
I can also print these on different sizes and with custom ink colors. Please message me with your custom order request for a quote.
---- Packaging ----
Cards are packaged in a Kraft box with my logo on it.
---- Printing process ----
I press each of these cards individually in my home studio on a 100 year old letterpress. I mix the ink by hand from base colors. Letterpress ink is not entirely opaque, and the colors may vary in saturation and tone from what is shown on the proof. Due to the handmade process, each card is unique, but that's what makes handmade beautiful!