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November 28, 2007

may day studio

I was cleaning up my desk the other day and came across a card from an old friend. I meant to blog about her some time ago as she's someone who's immensely talented and creative. She runs a letterpress called may day studios in Vermont.

When I received a her card a year or so ago I decided to check out her website and lo and behold she has a bunch of lovely stuff for sale at etsy. She also has a blog.

I ordered some of her thank you cards a couple of months ago and they are gorgeous. I send them to my special clients and a few friends - but I want to keep them because they're so pretty and funky.

I've been thinking a lot about handmade crafts these days (more to come on that, I'm sure). But in the meantime, if you're looking for some gorgeous, handmade cards, I highly recommend may day studio.

Posted by Ensie at November 28, 2007 11:30 AM

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Very cool stuff. She's quite talented!

I have to say, your "thank you cards" link wasn't working, but it took me to a 404 error page with the funniest error image I've seen in a long time. Made me LOL.

Posted by: Cassioposa at November 28, 2007 01:24 PM

That was the best error page ever!

Link is fixed now.

Posted by: ensie at November 28, 2007 01:50 PM

Hi, i think that i saw you visited my blog thus i came to “return the favor”.I am attempting to find things to improve my site!I suppose its ok to use some of your ideas!!

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