"Send Christmas Cheer" in "Southern Made" of the 2012 Holiday Guide featuring our "PaRumPumPumPum" hand lettered card.
"...Be sure to check out the handmade cards by designers such as Katie Daniels of Concrete Lace. She cranks out traditional and quirky seasonal letterpress creations on cottony paper..."
"Falalalalalalalala" Hand-lettered cards featured in the 2012 Holiday Card Round-Up
...I'm still in awe of the incredible variety of holiday card designs available this year! Here are a few more beautiful examples, just in case you're still on the hunt for a few more holiday cards this year…(Featuring Concrete Lace's Falalalala/Parumpumpum card sets in Oh So Beautiful Paper's "2011 Holiday Card Roundup")
"A Letterpress Christmas," featuring our "Christmas In Dixie" card:
Harvest Print selected for "Quick Picks"
"Mother's Day Cards for Magnificent Moms," with our Mommie Dearest card:
"Happy Hanukkah Cards" Selection of cards featuring our Hanukkah design.
"A Letterpress Christmas" Selection of cards featuring our Official Santa Stationery and the Falalalala/Parumpumpum card sets.
"It used to be somewhat difficult to find a nicely designed "Will You Be My Bridesmaid" card, but that's changing thanks to stationers who are adding beautiful bridesmaid and maid of honor cards to their collections..."
"Say thank you to your favorite cat or dog sitter for a job well done with these clever letterpress thank you cards by Concrete Lace. I love the little tongue and droplet of drool on the dog sitting card – hilarious!"
"If you’re looking for lovely letterpress cards in French, Hebrew, German, or Greek, then Concrete Lace has you covered. Their foreign language occasion collections feature thank yous, birthday wishes, congratulations, and more everday greetings in four languages, and the style of each collection is inspired by the culture represented. The ornate illustrations and transparent white inks used in the Hebrew and Greek collections are so lovely, and I’m digging the cheery yellow and orange palette in the French collection and the colorful, folk art-inspired illustrations in the German collection."
This amazing blogger took the time to log the step-by-step process of Concrete Lace card designs. We love what Jeanee came up with on Finely Crafted!
"...lighthearted designs are inspired by childhood nostalgia, a love of languages, and even street graffiti."
Harvest Print selected for "Eating Seasonally" post.
"What a wonderful way of interpreting a Christmas card by using the words to a Christmas carol. It's fun, abstract, and different. And from what I can see, the sisters who run this shop like to keep it that way. The business is run from Atlanta, Georgia... Not too much older than me, the graphic designer Katie Daniels, is inspirational with her pursuit with letterpressing..."
Give Concrete Lace's German Thank You card as a gift!
"Holiday Card Roundup, 2011" Selection of cards featuring our Official Santa Stationery.
"This Letter to Santa set by Concrete Lace would make a beautiful keepsake for your family and a great gift for anyone with children. Buy them now, so you have them on hand when it's time to write to St. Nick.
...And when it's time to wrap gifts, these official Santa gift tags are the perfect complement..."
"I don’t think you can help loving letterpress goods. They’re beautiful, timeless, and so much more accessible than a few years ago. We’re going to have a couple of letterpress artists at Indie Craft Parade this year–all of whom are fabulous. But I just can’t get over the colors and designs of Concrete Lace. They have a variety of letterpress greeting cards for all occasions, and you’re definitely going to want to stock up. Unfortunately, there’s a good chance none of your friends will receive the cards you buy. They’re just too gorgeous to give up.
Concrete Lace has a well stocked etsy shop. They also do custom orders."
"I dig languages, especially German. In fact, it's on my arm. So, when I stumbled upon Concrete Lace, I was hooked. I want all of the German cards, plus some of the French, Greek, and Hebrew...wait, I want all of them! Read on for more information on this fantabulous company and the women behind it."
"I was thrilled to receive this adorable Thank You card today from my friend. I went to her son's first birthday party last week and she sent out these cute cards."
"I was cruising esty after my gym trip and I found Concrete Lace. They are a sister team based out of Atlanta that create amazing letterpress cards in a variety of languages. The work is rather impressive to say the least."
"I love the idea of counteracting a negative act with a positive one, and that it can be done for as little time and effort as it takes to send an email. Those are words to live by, and I know from personal experience that Jennie does live by them, balancing the world with goodness one kind thought or deed at a time, and the people who know her (and even some who don’t) are better for it.
Letterpress “Thinking of You” card from Concrete Lace on Etsy."
"A couple of years ago at one of Atlanta’s Indie Craft Experience markets, I picked up some letterpress postcards by local studio Concrete Lace featuring the city and many of its awesome neighborhoods."
"Designer Katie Kaiser knows a thing or two about family traditions, and her relations — co-founding mom and sis — are more crafty than crazy. Their embellished correspondence is scripted with fonts and figures befitting different parts of town.
Cabbagetown is graffiti-ish to Inman Park's looped whimsy. Virginia Highland is posh, while Grant Park is archetypal. Cards capturing Morningside, Candler Park, Druid Hills, Kirkwood, and Decatur round out the bunch.
Still searching? A "Greetings from Atlanta" set will tide over OTP members of your brood.
Think of it as a coat of charms."
Ways to find us...
Concrete Lace, LLC
900 Fayetteville Rd SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
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Our Retail Headquarters:
1250 Caroline Street, Suite C120
Atlanta, GA 30307
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