carded

February 19, 2013




























We've got our business cards in and are super excited about them.  It took forever to decided what we wanted them to look like, and then it was finding the time to sit down and put it all together. The finished product turned out just as we hoped, nice and simple.


























The question has been asked several times now...What does the "50" stand for?

Well, we live on 50 Ball Street and one day during a project we were working on our oldest daughter commented on our house being like a studio, ya like studio50 (light bulb moment)...and that's how we got the name...thanks my dear,... kids always have the good ones.

In the very near future the "50" will take on a dual role in the title when we start our unique maker's workshops.

Stay tuned for more details and dates on the studio's workshop events which will be held in our currently under construction and soon to be heated studio!
 







































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