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Grease and Grace has Expanded!

Are you among those who still write letters and send cards? You are? Then we have a line of greeting cards for you.

There’s been a lot of changes! We still have our Etsy store selling gifts and cards, however, we are now able to offer you our stationery products: At our new shop, and:
 – gallery website
 – facebook
 – pinterest
and hopefully soon, our instagram page!

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This is super cool news, but it’s taken me a lot longer to set everything up than I’d anticipated. That isn’t going to stop me from trying to get some new sets in for the Holiday collection. I’d like to add Yule, and Hanukkah to our catalogue.
I’d love to hear any suggestions you all may have!

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Meanwhile, I know our artist Dean has some neat candle holders he’s worked up, in his retro-style of tool & horseshoe sculptures. I saw some in-process photos, and they were super cool. So, soon I’ll be sharing those for you all!

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I have been working on updating the new “Tea & Letters” blog and pinterest board. “Tea & Letters” is a collection of note cards with a vintage feel that goes back in time even further than our usual mid-century designs.

In the works, are more boxed card sets for “Tea & Letters,” such as: Dia de Muertos, Botanical & Herbal themes, and an “Apothecary” theme (which will have a dark Edwardian/Pharmaceutical feel!) Also, I have ideas for designs influenced by textiles and wallpaper patterns of the past. Lastly, a possibly for 2019: Fairy themes!

As you can see, there’s much to do! I better get on it…

Until next time,
— Deanna

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