It’s that time of year, folks! If you visited our Etsy shop recently, you will have noticed that we’ve been listing lots and lots of holiday-related goodies in our online store: everything from greeting cards to small gift cards and tags to letterpress printed goodies that would make great holiday gifts, like coasters. If you haven’t been over there recently, I’m about to give you more of a reason than ever to go very soon!
First though, I’d like to give you a little taste of all of the lovely holiday items that are available, right now, in our etsy store! Below is our Penguin Snowball Fight holiday card. This design is the newest addition to our holiday line, and it is an A2 size, printed on Crane Lettra 110 lb. Pearl White Paper in 5(!) ink colors, and comes with coordinating pale blue envelopes. These are available as singles and in sets of 6 or 12.
Last year, at the end of the holiday season we released these lovely sets of tags that you see below. These were a collaboration between the awesome calligrapher/hand-lettering artist Crystal Kluge and myself. They come in packs of 6 (one of each different tag design) for only $5.00 a set. They’re a super cute way to dress up your holiday gifts this season!
We’ve also started releasing a series of small (only 3.5″x2″, folded) gift cards in various designs and colors. You can see four of those below (and yes, I did throw a birthday one in there just for variety, on purpose). These are another very cute way to dress up your packages this holiday season! Clockwise from upper left: Origami Crane Holiday Gift Card, “Make a Wish” Gift Card, Snowflakes Gift Card, “Happy Birthday” Cupcake Gift Card. All of these gift cards come in packages of six with coordinating envelopes for only $5.00 per pack!
The greeting cards in the grouping of photos below are all 4bar size and come in sets of 10, 6 or as singles. Clockwise from top left: Holiday Hedgehogs, Poinsettia Mouse and Peace Dove.
Above, the top left most card, the VW Bug Christmas card, is a 4bar size, and the others in the grouping are A2s. The A2 size cards come in sets of 12, 6 or as singles. Clockwise from top left: Volkswagen Christmas Card, Cardinals, Holiday Cat & Lights and Crane String (Green-Copper-Red). The Crane String card comes in other colors as well, if you like the design but want colors that aren’t so Christmas-y.
At Twin Ravens Press, I feel like I have a lot to be thankful for on this day before Thanksgiving. As of this coming January we will have been in business, making lovely letterpress printed goodies for people all over the country, and in a variety of countries around the world, for four years. We’re doing great, and I couldn’t be happier running this business. The thing about it is, the reason that Twin Ravens Press is working so well, is because of you, not me. Your continued support and enthusiasm for our designs, printing and products, both custom and not, is what makes Twin Ravens Press possible. So, as an extra special thank you to you, our customers, this holiday season, I’m extending an extra special Thanksgiving/Black Friday Sale. We aren’t going to be open tomorrow or Friday, so this is an online sale only. Here’s how it’s going to work: visit our Etsy Shop between midnight tonight (the start of the Thanksgiving holiday), and midnight on Friday (Pacific Standard Time), and order anything from our store. Enter the code: GIVETHANKS2010 when you check out, and receive 20% off of your entire order! This sale applies to all products in our store, not only the holiday ones, so if there’s something you’ve been meaning to pick up, please don’t hesitate. Please note that this sale only applies to items in our etsy shop, and not to custom orders, custom printing, or graphic design services. That’s it!
As I imagine we might get a little more traffic this weekend as a result of the sale, I will be logging in periodically to re-stock items that have sold. If you don’t see everything you want, right when you log in, check back in again, as it will probably be back. All orders will be filled beginning Monday morning, November 29th, in the order that they were received. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!