Now is the time to send your camper some cute notes (in hopes of receiving some back). Go ahead and address a couple to yourself with the postage! Call or email if you would like some for your favorite camper.
I thought I would leave you with something nice to look at for the weekend and upcoming week (I'm going to be out of the office next week). This is some "grown-up" stationery for a little girl that certainly is growing up. I lined these envelopes with a paper by Snow & Graham, that just does not get old for me. Although you can't see it in this picture the back of this stationery has horizontal navy stripes. I didn't want it to get to girly since it had the pink envelope, so I thought the navy stripes would be a fun contrast to the dose of bright pink.
I find it slightly bizarre when people tell me they don't want to spend much money on business cards because people just throw them away. Don't get me wrong - I am not saying that everyone has to spend a lot of money to have a nice business card. Perhaps the poorly designed business cards that don't properly (or maybe properly) make a desired statement about the business are discarded. However, much like how you are dressed when you meet a client, a business card gives a client an impression of your business (and you). A good business card is
an investment in your business.
I am currently working on a business card for a designer that I am really excited about! Once I finish the project I'll show you the results. I also am working on a reorder of some business stationery for a gentleman that owns a number of restaurants and bars in the area. Both projects are completely different, but I believe that they each are good representations of each of these individuals businesses.
Right before we moved we took an order for some precious Crane & Co. stationery for a teenaged girl. It is so fun and lovely at the same time. The first set she had her duogram engraved in "Peony" ink on a white folded note and then lined it with the small black dotted liner. The second set she had her duogram engraved in gold ink on a seafoam blue note with the cherry blossom liner.
Hayden Avery Fine Stationery specializes in unique, custom stationery, invitations and monogrammed gifts. For all enquiries regarding our invitation and stationery design services or any products seen on this sight, please call our office 512-799-4164.