When I first started Northill, my creative communications company, I cheaped out on printing my business cards. I was just starting out and I was in a rush to get them done so I had them printed digitally on flimsy stock (that’s paper, for those of you who don’t spend your days talking to designers). And I was never, ever proud to hand them out. I should have known better because I’ve spent years with graphic designers who are obsessed with printing techniques. (How many conversations have I had about the joys of embossing and debossing?)
So when it came time to reprint my cards I did it right.
I had them done the old-fashioned way — by letterpress printers Porchlight Press (which I first wrote about here).
And I love them.
Thanks, Sonja and Heather, for all your help!
I can definitely see Sonja’s touch on those beautiful new cards. Very elegant.
Joanne — Yes! She designed the logo and spent about an hour on the phone with me picking the perfect pantone for the pink edges. Such a talent, that one!
Those are fantastic!!
Getting some!!! They are gorgeous
They look amazing!
Petite Adventures — Porchlight did such a good job, didn’t they?
Larissa — Do it!
Chelsea — Glad you like!
I’m lovin’ the coloured sides.
As am I — thank you, Sonja!
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