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A Postcard From

A Postcard From

Our origami

A very cute postcard from Shinta came in our mailbox the other day. It’s illustrated with a very meticulous and detailed descriptions on how to make crane, origami-way. We tempted to make one ourself. Our first try were pretty much off, it looks like it had fractures in all of its body but our second attempt were quite close to its supposed to shape, we gave ourself a little pat in each other back. Morrie made the brown one and the purple in the right is Oslo’s.

Thank you Shinta, for making our afternoon quite papery fun!

The Detail

Do you love receiving handwritten letters from a faraway friend, hearty package from your pen-pal or a meaningful postcard from your traveller buddy? Well, we’re sucker for them. Because the fact that your letter would cheer someone up was quite elating.

Well, we assume people still do send them despite all these techie ways of keeping in touch, otherwise post offices would be long gone, right? So we’re thinking, how about making some postcards with the edible theme for Keuken, since we’ll be having the event in less than 2 weeks? To say we thrilled would be an understatement.

The process of making them was much fun. We only prepared 10 bundles for every set. There’s 3 sets of four postcard consist of 1 veggies series and 1 fruits series (there’s 3 different illustration in every series), along with 1 spices and 1 picnic theme included in every pack. And the best part is they’ll be available for sale at Keuken‘s merch stand. We jumped right on in a heartbeat.

10 x 15 cm postcards with address lines
watercolor illustration printed on 250 gsm HVS paper

The Postcard Set #1

The Postcard Set #2

The Postcard Set #3

The Postcards

Preparing The Postcards

The Packaging

The Postcard Set

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p.s. We’ll be happy to send you one of our illustrated postcard. Just leave a message with your address on and we’ll send it to you as soon as possible.

Have a great week everyone!