I am so excited to learn about minted, an online shop chock full of all things stationery. Minted carries cards, address labels, invites, journals and more. They have everything you need to keep a well stocked writing and party planning desk for all occasions. Styles range from serene to quirky and you can even customize many pieces with a personal photo. What I especially love about minted is they crowdsource the artwork from independent designers and artists . Since 2008, they have hosted 119 design challenges. Submit a design and minted followers will vote on which designs they want to see sold on minted. If your design is selected you can win cash prizes and a percentage of revenues. Here’s just a few of my minted pics:
I’ve been a bit obsessed with all things French lately and this birth announcement is so sweet. Designed by Lori James of Guess What? from Honolulu.
I’m definitely placing these wrap address labels in my shopping cart. The pertinent information is on the front and a surprise but welcome message of peace greets the recipient as they turn the card over.
Let’s all do the robot! Minted is a great place to order art for home or business. This piece by Dawn Jasper is perfect to decorate the wall of your little one’s playroom as a reminder they are loved to the moon and back.
Who can resist a colorful chevron print? This print by Matthew Taylor Wilson may be just what the empty space above my nightstand needs (it’s been screaming for art).
I like the idea of using minted’s menu options not just for meal courses but also as an itinerary for guests attending a special event or party. This festive print by Meg + Emmy would be perfectly paired with an outdoor event.
Minted’s blog, julep, is also the bomb diggity with DIYs, decor eye candy, designer interviews and featured fonts. That’s right, fellow font geeks, someone who gets us.
Check out minted y’all!
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