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.
What to say in a real estate thank you note isn’t necessarily common knowledge. And though you’ve written plenty of thank you notes in your life (we hope), there’s a chance you’ve found yourself feeling a little flustered this time. Experience in the real estate business is key to mastering this niche skill. Perhaps you’re just starting out; or you want a refresher; or you’re in need of an inspirational boost. Whatever the case may be, we’re here to help you write a great real estate thank you note. We’ve asked those working in the real estate industry for their advice on writing just about every type of real estate thank you note you would need in this business. Below you’ll find example templates you can use for yourself (though do take the time to tweak them into your own) as well as general strategic tips to help make you a pro.
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.
2021 is almost over. And where would we be without those that helped us not only endure the crazy ride that was this year, but to thrive during the whole thing? Our best friends are our own personal super heroes. They have always been there to help navigate this crazy world and this year was obviously no exception. That’s why we’re sending our best friends the greatest Christmas card out there. If you’re looking to do the same, you’re in the right place. We’ve got best friend Christmas card ideas for days. Whether you want to make your best friend giggle uncontrollably, feel all sorts of cozy vibes, or simply get mentally prepared for the booziest holiday of the century — there’s inspiration here for you.
Want to send your feline friendly family and friends an unfurgetable card this holiday season? Purrhaps you’ve found the right place! This list of cat Christmas cards will not fail to delight and deliver. And yes, we mean that litter-ally since you’ll be mailing them via USPS. Here at Postable we’re friends of all creatures and have shared our enthusiasm with other cat greeting card lists in the past. After a year like 2021, a bit of extra feline fun is exactly what the doctor ordered!
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.
When an individual makes a donation to an organization or another individual, it’s important to send a thank you for your donation note. Acknowledging the effort, regardless of how small or large, is an important part of this exchange. If you’re unsure what to say in your thank you for your donation letter, you’re not alone. It can be a little odd writing this type of thank you note, but it doesn’t have to be. Everything you need to know before getting started is here in one neat little package — including: tips, examples, and the importance of writing thank you for your donation letters.
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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Attending a baby shower is a lovely way to celebrate someone you care about and the new loving journey they are about to embark upon. Writing baby shower card messages doesn’t need to be something you overthink. With that said, if you’re looking for a little guidance on your baby shower card message, we’ve got examples and tips to help you write the loveliest card of all time.
Looking for baby shower theme ideas? Well, you’ve come to the right place. What you’ll find here is a source of inspiration. If you’ve taken on the role of planning a baby shower, you’re probably excited about making it the loveliest most delightful baby shower there ever was. And we’re equally excited about helping you make that happen. Before diving into the baby shower theme ideas, let’s cover some baby shower frequently asked questions.