We’re excited to bring you yet another one of our exclusive interviews with one of Postable’s incredibly talented artists. This time we asked the creative genius behind Maegan Makes. Maegan McNulty is originally from a small Connecticut town, but has called Boston, MA her home for the past 10 years. All of her designs are hand drawn and lettered by Maegan in her minimalistic, yet playful style. Keep reading to get the inside scoop!Continue reading
Thinking of you messages come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. If you’re wondering “what can I say instead of thinking of you,” wonder no more. We’ve got a whole bunch of ways you can express this sentiment so don’t fret. Whether you’re sending an email, composing a text, or better yet sending a thoughtful ‘thinking of you’ card, you’ll be able to draw inspiration from this list of sample messages. There are a number of reasons why you’d want to reach out with a thinking of you message, whether it’s simply because you haven’t been in touch with someone or in response to an unfortunate situation. Whatever the cause, we’ve got plenty of options for you to use and get inspired by.Continue reading
Mother’s Day card messages may seem daunting especially if you’re not used to composing short heartfelt snippets – Twitter isn’t exactly the best source for expressing love. With that said, there’s nothing to worry about because we’ve got you covered with everything you’ll need to write the most delightful, loving, and dare-we-say whimsical Mother’s Day card messages of all time. To be honest, there’s a real simple ingredient to making this happen and so long as you have that one thing you’ll be good to go… Sincerity. Yup. Just be sincere when writing your Mother’s Day card messages and your card will be everything it needs to be and more. If that doesn’t exactly pave the way for you to get the job done, don’t worry because we’ve outlined in great detail what being sincere in your Mother’s Day card message looks like in practical terms.Continue reading
Welcoming new neighbors to your neighborhood is a small, but mighty gesture. There are a number of ways to make your neighbors feel welcome and sending them welcome to the neighborhood cards is one of the simplest ones. Moving into a new home and neighborhood is a big deal and as most of us already know, a very stressful endeavor. Having your new neighbors welcome you into the area can make the whole process a little easier. And isn’t that what neighbors are for?Continue reading
This month we took some time to chat with another one of our amazing artists: Laura Bercovich is a graphic designer and illustrator from Scottsdale, Arizona. She loves creating modern cheerful art, beautiful custom invitations, and greeting cards with clever designs and playful puns.Continue reading
Having trouble figuring out what to write in a birthday card? You’ve come to the right place. Given the number of birthday cards we send and create every year, we’ve come to think of ourselves as birthday card experts. Writing masterful birthday wishes requires nothing less than a good heart and a steady hand. Just kidding – it requires very little. Here, we’ve broken down everything from general sample birthday wishes you can include in just about anyone’s birthday card to examples for different relationships you may have in your life. You can browse at your leisure – gaining insight into the whimsical world of birthday card messages or simply use the table of contents to navigate your way to the section that fits your needs. Go ahead, keep reading to find out exactly what to write in a birthday card.Continue reading
Another month, another interview with one of Postable’s incredible artists. ASHKAHN (pronounced ash-con) is the multidisciplinary studio & company of stationery prince, artist to the stars and all around bon vivant, Ashkahn Shahparnia. Ashkahn lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. Some of his interests include: bananas, the movie Amadeus, tequila, vintage cars, Charles Bukowski, Melissah, the color pink, Phil Collins and LOLing to name a few.
Ashkahn has been featured in Interview Magazine, Paper Magazine,The New York Times & Taschen to name a few. In 2011 he was nominated by Print Magazine’s prestigious Top 20 Under 30. Ashkahn also has a line of greeting cards and stationery that is sold in more than 300+ stores worldwide.Continue reading
Elizabeth Grubaugh is a graduate of Parson’s School of Design and Cranbrook Academy of Art. She worked as an art director and graphic designer before focusing on her illustration and product line. After living in New York City, Vermont, and Japan, Elizabeth now lives in upstate New York where she is inspired by both the natural surroundings of her home and the urban setting of her design studio. She paints, draws, sews, and screen prints daily.Continue reading
Announce Divinely is a modern stationery brand that leans heavily on the color, wit, and syrupy sweet sentiments. Owner and designer Ebony Nichols creates every design with the goal that the person reading each card will allow themselves to celebrate intentionally.Continue reading
Gone through life without ever thinking of what a baby shower invitation wording is supposed to sound like? We’d venture to say most people are in the same boat. Unless you’ve ever sent out a baby shower invitation, there would be no reason to ponder whether there’s a guest of honor or what a guest of honor at a baby shower even means. You’d have no reason to consider whether baby shower invitation wording should include the gender of the baby or that there are multiple types of baby showers. If you’re here, reading this delightfully helpful post (we promise: lots of help coming up), there’s a good chance you’ve found yourself either hosting a baby shower or getting ready to be the guest of honor yourself. Either way, you’re in the right place to get all the ideas you could ever want about baby shower invitation wording.
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