We are Jessica and Christine. We live 397 miles apart and this blog serves the purpose of bringing us closer together by sharing all the things we love and all the things that inspire us. Hope you enjoy!
Last fall, I was delighted to (once again) team up with my friends at Oliver Printing Company on the design of their thirty-second annual clambake materials.
Embracing their impeccable craft, I created a set of sea-worthy event materials including a foil stamped invitation, a gable style favor box (custom crafted from green foil board, featuring spot UV coating) and a set of whimsical buttons to share with guests.
Happy (almost) New Year friends! I’m back in the studio after a lovely and low-key holiday and sharing a snippet of my last project of the year—a pint-sized holiday treat the mister and I made for loved ones. Each tin contains a tasting of our homemade caramel corn and a festive one color label (beautifully pressed by Cleanwash Letterpress).
When my friends at Tavern Vinegar Co. asked me if I was interested in designing a special edition vinegar label, I was immediately in! Not only was Chef Jonathon Sawyer incorporating my favorite ingredient, 100% of the proceeds would benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and the Vetri Foundation for Children. I quickly got to work and here’s the result; printed by Colleen Wash of Philadelphia’s Cleanwash Letterpress.
Last but not least, I am happy to report Team Sawyer and his tasty vinegar were in Philadelphia earlier this week, raising over $1 million at the 7th Annual Great Chefs Event!
Late nights, evening snacks and lots of deadlines, take me right back to college. I spent my early twenties attending Kent State University living with some pretty wonderful roomies (one of which I married). Our late night snack of choice, toast. Why? Because it’s cheap!