Let’s be honest: the holidays are jam-packed with so many fun and festive things that I have next to no time left to craft anything clever or new. For those of you who plan to squeeze out a few DIY minutes, I’ve rounded up a few favorites from the past. Many include a free download from our shop.
Whether you’ve stumbled across us recently or have been following all along, there’s a DIY to catch your eye. Enjoy! And let us know how your craft comes out…if you have time, that is.
1 for the cutest door: Pine Cone Swag / 2 for the liqueur-lover: Lemoncello / 3 for the foodie: Rosemary Infused Olive Oil / 4 for the one who is getting a gift card (there’s always one, isn’t there?): Jute Gift Card Pockets / 5 for your favorite lush: Merry Mixers / 6 for your mom: No-Sew Table Runner / 7 for the hostess: Jute Wine Bags / 8 for the spa-goer: Eucalyptus Bath Satchets
The holiday season always puts us in the mood to give.
So, we’re giving you a bigger discount than ever on all of our holiday cards. Just pick out your favorite holiday card design, decide how many sets you’d like and place it to your basket. Once you’re done shopping, add the coupon code that ends in the same number of card sets you’ve selected and surprise! You’ll see a Santa-sized savings in your order total.
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To tantalize you, we’re also offering FREE SHIPPING on any orders that include four sets of holiday cards. Come on, we know you have at least 100 people in your life who need a little snail mail cheer. (The shipping will be discounted automatically when you use HOHOHOLIDAY4.)
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Fine print: One holiday card set will be charged at full price for you to to receive the 50% discount on additional sets, up to four sets total. Codes valid thru December 20, 2014. One code per order.
I picked up this clipboard on a whim at an antique store in Vancouver, Washington over the holidays. The assorted wood tones had me smitten. Plus, who doesn’t love an authentic relic of Seattle? I finally got around to googling the company name it’s branded with and found some terrific examples of advertising from the early 1900s. (My clipboard could have been in the shop the day they took that photo!)
Isn’t it lovely? I’m not sure how I feel about stationery as a WEAPON, but I am sure that the fact that this clipboard came from a stationery shop confirms that it was meant for me!
vintage ad and image source
The oh-so-sweet Tenley Molzahn has been one of my Clark & Co. clients for the past year and we just wrapped up some of her big branding pieces last month. (So exciting!) The work I’ve been doing with her hasn’t overlapped much with what I do over here at hi, friend design, but I have to share the little package of stamped stationery I sent her way. It’s another great example of how you can turn some very plain cards and envelopes into custom stationery.
The splash of pink on the bright white is so darn cute. What do you think? Would you be up for stamping out your own custom stationery with one of our personal stamps?
One of my many funny, beautiful and precious friends turned thirty last month. “A new stamp for an old friend.” Get it!? Har, har. I tried clicking my heels together to get myself to her fabulously fun party in Portland, but that didn’t work, so I made her a celebratory stamp. She’s unique in so many ways, but one of them is that she has two middle names. I got to thinking that there are certainly many others in the same boat, whether they have two middle names, two last names or four of any kind of name! So, I’d like to introduce our very first four-initial stamp: the Small Loveli Stamp.
By the way, this would be perfect for a four-person family, too.
If you’d like this stamp in its self-inking version, it’s $31 —>
For this stamp as a wood-mount with knob, it’s only $25 —>