Thursday, November 19, 2009

be still my heart...




Just a brief note to indulge my inner stationery nerd. Paper Source has just introduced the first in-home letterpress machine ever! My pulse is racing and I think my pupils are dilated as I begin to imagine all the fabulous invitations, notecards, gift tags, and other things I could create with it! Picture some fabluous linen-textured paper with gold letterpress designs...

It comes with a few plates and there are a few additional plate kits you can purchase that are themed. Aren't they gorgeous?

  
I just love this stuff! Check out Paper Source - they're my favorite resource for stationery and card supplies. I just love paper. If that makes me a nerd, so be it! :-)

9 comments:

  1. Holy MOLEY!! You've just made my day!! I've always been a "nerd" myself, and secretly wanted one of those machines, but can't ever justify getting one. YAY!! TODAY IS A GOOD DAY!!

    Thanks for sharing the GREAT news!!

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  2. LOVE THAT!!!!! WANT WANT WANT THAT!!!! MUST GET MORE MONEY TO BUY!!!!! ;)

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  3. A nerd in the best way possible. :-) That is way, WAY cool!!

    Hope everyone in your nest has a wonderfully happy Thanksgiving. I'm thankful you're back blogging!

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  4. sweeeeet! that looks like loads of fun!

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  5. if you get one, let me know how you like it... i'm highly debating it for myself!

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  6. How funny, I blogged about this too. I want one too!

    xo,
    cristin

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  7. Oh you have to get that, it's so you! And it's a business expense!

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  8. Hi, I came across your blog after doing some finding on Letterpress.
    This Letterpress mahcine for home use is indeed great!
    I made some enquiries with Paper Source but they don't seem to sell this machine. Rather, they are selling this machine call 'Evolution'.

    I need your comments/help:
    - Where did you buy this machine from?
    - Do you know of the difference between the 2 machines?
    - Can this machine which you've bought do die cut and emboss too?

    Hope to hear from you soon.
    You can always email me at : missuslinhx@gmail.com

    Thank you.

    - Adeline Lee

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  9. It's unavailable that's why you've gotten no response in several months, kinda rude. Here's something similar from Fiskars:

    Fiskars 100770-1001 Fuse Die Cut and Letterpress

    Search that and you'll find starter sets form $149 up to $299 for different configurations. :D

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thank you for commenting, dahling! I can't wait to hear what you have to say. :-)