Our Processes

 
 
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LEtterpress 

One of the oldest forms of relief printing, Letterpress is a technique where a design forms an inked impression onto paper. With this process, the inks are opaque and are handled one at a time.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Foil STamp

Similar to Letterpress, Foil Stamping forms a debossed texture of the design into the paper. Unlike letterpress, the machine heats a copper plate to press foil into the paper. The foil is not opaque, so paper colors will not show through.

 
 
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Duplex

Essentially, duplexing is when one paper glues to another. This process is how a piece of stationery can have different colored fronts and backs. Or, duplexing can stick two of the same papers together for a thicker piece of stationery.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Edge PAint

A fun pop of detail for any piece of stationery is edge painting. This process adds color or foil to the outer edges around a piece of paper.

 

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