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  • Ren Vasiliev
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    @renvasiliev
    8 years, 2 months ago

    We could do postcards and print them on whatever stock works for us, rather than doing postcard coasters (although those of us who might want to print postcard coasters could still do so).


    Angela R. Stewart
    Participant
    @angelarstewart
    8 years, 2 months ago

    Agreed — im fine with that! Now we need to find a few more participants…


    Kimberly Costa
    Participant
    @kimberlycosta
    8 years, 2 months ago

    I’m new here, but I’m interested. So what is the project going to be? Postcard coasters? How does the swap work? I definitely want to know the details and the whole process. 🙂 How exciting!


    Stephanie Colestock
    Participant
    @stephaniecolestock
    8 years, 1 month ago

    I’m in if you still need more participants! Please just let me know everyone’s ideas for the swap and when it’s due 🙂


    Angela R. Stewart
    Participant
    @angelarstewart
    8 years, 1 month ago

    Its a calendar so its time sensitive! I was thinking that they would ship out to everyone early December.

     

    If we have enough participants (that can make the deadline) we all do 1 month each and ship them to me I will then combine them in to full calenders once I have everyone’s and then ship them back out. (unless someone else has a better way to do it?)

     

    12 month calendar (+ cover?)

     

    Costs: You would need provide your own coaster stock (or same sized heavy weight other stock, I can corner round them to match the coasters if needed. And you would cover the cost to ship your page to me in Idaho and send along a check for (likely $5) to cover the cost of me shipping you, your completed calendar.

     

    Design: (front of stock) Anything you want, but must have month and days represented on it.

    (back of stock) Press name/logo??

     

    Orientation: Do we want the months to be all vertical or all horizontal or either way?

     

    Printing: Any number of colors you want, letterpress printed (+ any other techniques you might want to use).

     

    Paper: Either coaster stock (http://www.etsy.com/listing/71643680/125-blank-rectangular-coasters…)

    Or any other heavy stock cut to the same size.

    You can buy the coaster stock at a discounted price from me (already die cut) if you like, I can do any quantity you want if you do not want an entire sleeve of 125. Email me and we can arrange it.

     

    Any other thoughts? Who’s game?

     

    I will go ahead and sign up for February if thats okay, everyone want to pick a month you want and lets see if we can get enough people? I am willing to do more than one month if needed as well.

     

    January

    February – Ladybug Press

    March

    April

    May

    June

    July

    August

    September

    November

    December – Pink Orchid Press

    COVER


    Stephanie Colestock
    Participant
    @stephaniecolestock
    8 years, 1 month ago

    I’ll take Dec! (Pink Orchid Press)


    Kimberly Costa
    Participant
    @kimberlycosta
    8 years, 1 month ago

    I’ll do April! 🙂 (Honizukle Press)


    Angela R. Stewart
    Participant
    @angelarstewart
    8 years, 1 month ago

    Yes — good catch Bascule, we can not leave out October!

     

    A little note, everyone chime in with your thoughts — Does everyone on want one calendar each in the end or 2 or ?? We need to decide so we know how many to print each!

     

    Deadline update: Lets aim for having them shipped to me by November 30th (though if you are done early you can just ship over to me whenever they are done.) If we got it all done early that’s okay too! If you are not going to be able to complete the calender month you signed up for please let us know as soon as you can so we can find someone else to take your month.

     

    The current signup roster is as follows:

    January

    February – Ladybug Press

    March

    April – Honizukle Press

    May

    June

    July

    August

    September – Bascule Press

    October

    November

    December – Pink Orchid Press

    COVER


    Hollis Fouts
    Participant
    @hollisfouts
    8 years, 1 month ago

    Sorry to say I can’t make it in time. I’m sure the work will be beautiful and am sad to miss it.


    Ren Vasiliev
    Participant
    @renvasiliev
    8 years, 1 month ago

    I would love to do August! Please?!

    Ren, The Make Things Workshop


    davina farinola
    Participant
    @davinafarinola
    8 years, 1 month ago

    I’ll take January please.

    Davina

    Fluid Ink


    Stephanie Colestock
    Participant
    @stephaniecolestock
    8 years, 1 month ago

    I say we do at LEAST enough for 2 sets each. I like to keep one copy of each cool project around the studio for friends and clients alike to appreciate. I also would love to gift one (or more) to friends for Christmas. Since it’s just coasters, and they’re cheap, what if we do enough for everyone to get a few extra sets? Shipping would be maybe $2 or $3 more…


    Ren Vasiliev
    Participant
    @renvasiliev
    8 years, 1 month ago

    Let’s do enough for 3 sets each.


    Angela R. Stewart
    Participant
    @angelarstewart
    8 years, 1 month ago

    I agree more than one set would be nice! It would make a great gift.

    I think at least 3 sets, anyone else have any thoughts?


    Angela R. Stewart
    Participant
    @angelarstewart
    8 years, 1 month ago

    The current signup roster is as follows:

    January – Fluid Ink

    February – Ladybug Press

    March

    April – Honizukle Press

    May

    June

    July

    August – Ren, Make Things Workshop

    September – Bascule Press

    October

    November

    December – Pink Orchid Press

    COVER — Do we want a cover?

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