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Holiday DIY: Wool typography banner

Holiday DIY: Wool typography banner

In this tutorial, guest blogger Fiona Whiteway from Hung Up on Agnes shows us how to make felt typography banners. The ones featured here are Christmas-themed, but they can be made for any occasion. W ...Read more

DIY: Clay monogram gift tags

DIY: Clay monogram gift tags

What you’ll need: Bookmania by Mark Simonson Polymer clay Rolling pin X-ACTO knife Gold spray paint Baker’s twine Skewer or toothpick Oven STEP ONE Unwrap your polymer clay and begin to soften the cla ...Read more

Holiday DIY: Typographic gift wrap

Holiday DIY: Typographic gift wrap

by guest blogger Andrea Strand What you’ll need: Your favorite typeface. We used Seashore Pro by Ale Paul. Personal digital photos Tape Scissors String or twine Feathers, dried twigs, pinecones, leath ...Read more

Holiday DIY: Typographic wire ornaments

Holiday DIY: Typographic wire ornaments

by guest blogger Vanessa Brady of Tried and True. WHAT YOU’LL NEED 12 gauge wire Baker’s twine Pliers Tape Superglue A cursive typeface for your word. We used Lakeside by Mark Simonson. STEP ONE Print ...Read more

Holiday DIY: Ombre ornaments

Holiday DIY: Ombre ornaments

Christmas movies and specials have played a big role in the way we cherish this time of year. There’s nothing better than watching A Charlie Brown Christmas, or How the Grinch Stole Christmas. They gi ...Read more

Free printable DIY: Father’s Day labels

Free printable DIY: Father’s Day labels

by Chelsey Dyer Dads. They say the darndest things. So we thought it would be fun to take phrases dads are famous for and create labels that can go on condiments dads are famous for enjoying — like ho ...Read more

What’s new: Little Jerk Balloons

What’s new: Little Jerk Balloons

Parents know that sometimes, very occasionally, even the most adorable and angelic child can be a bit of a jerk. Little Jerk Balloons™ are for those moments. They can withstand hours of interrogation, ...Read more

Stuff we love: typographic chocolate

Stuff we love: typographic chocolate

Typographic Chocolate is a student project by Lisa-Marie Peters and Christian Pannickee. They were tasked with creating a typographic product for the Museum of Letters Berlin, so they created a chocol ...Read more