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Rachael Stahl of Honeycomb Signs does such an amazing job creating these hand painted wooden signs using my Cantoni Total Design Font. She types the wording on the computer than enlarges it  onto the wood before painting it in. Each piece is made to order out of beautiful, reclaimed wood. Here she has used white paint with […]

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 Brittany Garner of Brittany Garner Designs has three beliefs: 1)  Laughter is a cure all. 2)  Creativity is the key to life. 3)  Good Design tells a story.  I totally agree ! All of the items in her Etsy shop are great examples of this. Love this mug with the cute saying using my Cantoni Calligraphy Font. This […]

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Stamped Paper Company Creative Invitation Designs

March 10, 2015
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Jill Efrussy Sour of STAMPED Paper Co. is a super star when it comes to designing unique items for her clients events. I love the rustic look of this rehearsal dinner invitation printed on wood veneer and featuring cowboy boots from my Cantoni Calligrapy Font Ornament Collection. The bride and grooms’s names are featured in my […]

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Momental Designs by Kristy Rice

February 26, 2015
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  Momental Designs creates some of the most exquisite wedding suites! Each piece begins with a hand-painted design created by the talented Kristy Rice. Once the piece is printed, it’s finished with actual brush strokes.  The end result is like no other. It’s the perfect setting for my Belluccia Calligraphy Font which is featured in a variety of […]

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Wedding Invitation Suites on Minted.com

February 16, 2015
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 Minted.com does such an amazing job with their products and my Belluccia Calligraphy Font, I had to feature them in another post. Above is the Big Sur invitation  where rustic meets chic in this modern faux bois design. The names and body copy are printed in a pretty teal color called central coast.  As always, you […]

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Watercolor Invitations on Minted.com

February 3, 2015
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 It may be cold outside, but these watercolor wash wedding invitations by Minted.com get me excited for spring and summer weddings.  They offer a romantic alternative to a standard wedding invitation with their soft, pastel colors.  Minted.com has the widest variety of die-cut shapes available to choose from. Here is a scallop-edged corner with a pretty, peach water […]

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Orchid and Turquoise DIY Wedding with Dom Loves Mary Font

January 20, 2015
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I hope you all had a lovely holiday! While it’s still cold outside, it’s nice to relive the beautiful June wedding reception of Lindsay and Gian Franco. It was all easily done using my fonts and some shimmer paper! I loved the color combination the bride requested for this invitation. My Dom Loves Mary Calligraphy […]

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DIY Black, White and Gold Wedding Invitation

October 28, 2014
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These DIY wedding invitations have a sophisticated look but can be done at home with the right paper and font. It was created for the wedding of the couple for whom I made this wine themed bridal shower invite. The invitation features the bride and groom’s name boldly in my Dom Loves Mary Stylistic Font. The […]

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DIY Halloween Envelopes

October 27, 2014
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Every year I get to create a fun envelope for my clients, Caroline and Ben Peterson, who throw the most amazing Halloween party. I never know what the theme will be until they send me a pic of the invite. (The pic above is a print out of it with a rough sample of my […]

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