Friday, May 14, 2010

Stationary For the Masses V

I've been in a real Photoshop mood as of late, so today I went crazy making some vintage-themed stationary for the masses. I'm on a real vintage kick at the moment, so there will be more to come, but this is what I have to offer for today. I'm kind of learning as I go along. At the moment I'm using dots rather than lines - it gives it a more handmade feel, in my opinion and I hope you guys like it, too.

^This one features a sonnet of Shakespears that I rather liked...

^ I went for cursive writing here - feels more romantic to me.

^ I cheated with this one and used brushes.

^ I liked this image because it shows two women and I think that speaks moons about snail mail - most often feminine friendship spanning the world.

^ The angel quote and image (to me) kind of went hand in hand :)

So, as you know - please leave the webpage in the stationary if you use it (if I've forgotten to put it in, then smack me and I'll remember for next time). I put it in there because these are free for you, your friend, your boss, that person picking their nose at the cubicle over from you (and so on) :P So help spread the word about the Snail Mail Aficionado Blog!

9 comments:

Miss C said...

Oh, I like these!
I've just discovered yout blog & have not printed any of your beautiful stationaery so far because my printer just takes too much expensive ink, but I think it's great that you are doing this. If it's ok with you I'll pass the word to my penfriends & on Facebook! Have a wonderful month of May,
Miss C.

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pooftacular said...

I've been following your blog for a little while now and just wanted to tell you that I think you come up with some lovely stationery ideas. Someday I'll have my printer out, installed, and putting it to good use!

:)

O Arrow said...

These are really lovely. I especially like the one with the women embracing, so cute. How do I print it out?

Arachnea said...

Save a copy to your heardrive and use whichever program you normally use to print out images.

Sibylle said...

it looks so gorgeous!

Hyunji said...

Hello, Jessica!
It is good to visit your blog!
I like this stationary:D
I will visit your blog again and I will also write a letter soon!
Sorry for the delay!

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