Odds are, you're at work right now. Well, so are we. And unless you're a super-duper, 110-percent-all-the-time sort, you probably take a little time out during the day to check what's going on in the outside world. In that vein, we invite you to check out (and possibly join) our new Facebook group. Hey, it beats writing that report or calling back what's-her-face.
This hot card comes to us from D.Y. Ink in the lovely town of Briarcliff Manor, New York. It's a refreshing twist on a design available in our second Bar/Bat album. And, hey, if we don't talk before then, have a great Memorial Day weekend. We'll be closed on Monday, probably off having a great deal of fun.
Today's hot card comes to us from Fine Lines of Katonah in (you guessed it) Katonah, New York. We've done a great deal of our custom cuts, but this was one of the first we've done in Hebrew -- and on our custom plied paper to boot!
At Luscious Verde, we frequently send off what we like to call "care packages" to friends and family at area churches, temples, schools, and children's charities. They're basically filled with artistic materials that we can't find a use for. Rather than throw out what we don't use, about a year ago we decided to share the wealth, and we're always consistently surprised with the results. These pictures are from Kelly Solack, an art teacher at Yearling High School in Whitehall, Ohio. She writes:
I wanted to share a few photos from the art festival. My sculpture class built miniature "monumental" sculptures. We couldn't have done it without the generous paper donation. Also, I will be taking some of the paper over to the Manor at Whitehall, a nursing home in our community. We are crafting some cards to families. In the classroom and in the community, your company has blessed us. Thanks!
The pleasure's all ours, Kelly. Thanks.
-- Rob @ L.V.
Today's selection comes to us from Creative Parties in Bethesda, Maryland. It's a slight twist on a design that shows up in our latest Bar/Bat Mitzvah book, one that utilizes our custom-cut technology. In unrelated news, this is pretty crazy.