After years of seeing you design your own unique and adorable Custom Board Books with us, we’re excited to be able to announce our newest addition to our best-loved, board book collection. It’s the new…
You grab the kids, stumble into the school carrying various lunches, backpacks and science projects. You rush into the classroom plopping down your child’s things only to see their classmates handing the teacher various thank you gifts and bags. Is it Teacher Appreciation Day already? Now what?
Mikaela Mannes, a 23 year old native of Michigan, has always had a creative spark in her soul.
Here comes Peter Cottontail… That means baskets full of little heartfelt gifts and endless amounts of candy! That’s right jelly beans, starburst, chocolate eggs, chocolate bunnies and the list goes on. However, there is so much fun to be had that doesn’t have to include a sugar rush!
For the first time ever, we are hosting an egg hunt to spread some Easter fun! The rules are simple and the prizes are sweet. The grand prize winner gets $150 to Pinhole Press! Are you ready to play?
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Originally a California girl, Bonnie Dain has become nothing short of an artist, world-traveler. Falling in love with fashion and art at a young age, design seemed to be a natural fit for her.
Whether it’s birthdays, weekend plans or just notes to remember, there is something nice about hanging a calendar on your wall. Perhaps it’s because you grew up with them or the fulfillment of putting pen to paper. Whatever it is, it is comforting to see your month laid out in front of you to keep track of all the little things that can get lost in-between emails.
With this new holiday season, brings lots of new product options for our loyal friends and new customers! Still keeping to our signature simplicity and ease of design, we are so excited to announce the glistening addition of foil to our beloved cards.
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The first thing to know about Sarah Selby is that she’d rather you didn’t call her by her first name. “Too many Sarahs out there,” she says. “I prefer to go only by my last name, Selby or Selbs.” Selby is a New England native who grew up in White River Junction, VT and went to college in New Hampshire at Keene State, where she earned her BFA in graphic design.
Selby’s inspiration for her work comes from many sources.