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FPS is currently working on: custom letterpress save the date cards… again!

Yep, it appears that FPS is very lucky when it comes to custom letterpress save the date cards. This time around, the cards i’ve designed according to our lovely client’s requests are just a bit trickier: there are two ink colors printed on 450gsm China White card stock and we also have a bit of die-cutting!

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Say ‘hello’ to our Charlotte! She’s a mighty fine letterpress printing Heidelberg Tiegel. :)

custom letterpress save the date cards

Well this last photo i wasn’t exactly supposed to post as i hate ruining surprises, but i still wanted to show juuust a bit of everything: two ink colors, die-cutting, China White card stock. Also, since this photo is taken with my phone i think it’s safe to say that it’s not ruining much of the surprise, right? These custom letterpress save the date cards are yet another project i’m really proud of.

The Funky Studio team wishes you, as always, a colorful day!

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6 thoughts on “FPS is currently working on: custom letterpress save the date cards… again!”

    1. Thank you so much! I’m glad you like them! :) The process itself is very detailed and time-consuming, but when you see the results, everything seems sooo worth it! Hehe!
      Thank you for stopping by!

    1. I’m so glad you like them! :) The font was actually chosen by the client and she did a great job at that!
      Thank you for stopping by!

  1. Love these process shots! I have so much respect for letterpressers (?), tries this once in a class and found it really challenging.

    1. I’m so glad you like them! :D Letterpress printing is indeed challenging and time-consuming and just setting up the machine and washing it at the end of the day is a pain, but the results are so beautiful that it makes it worth it. :)

      I’ve just started browsing your blog and it’s so interesting and useful that i’m sure i’ll spend quite some time there! :)

      Thank you for stopping by!

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