Stationery – General

Creating a Little Works Greeting Card

We decided to document the steps that it takes to create one of our handmade greeting cards to give you an idea of how much goes into making our stationery. In this case, we chose to show you the process of creating one of our most popular cards from the Z range: the Butterfly.

Enjoy!

Step 1: Print

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Step 2: Cut

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Step 3: Cut some more

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Step 4: Punch

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Step 5: Add the sticky bits

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Step 6: Fold

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Step 7: Emboss (yes, it’s all by hand!)

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Step 8: Add the shiny bits

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Step 9: Add the sparkly bits

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Step 10: Get them all in a row

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Step 11: Get out the glue gun

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Step 12: Put it all together

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Step 13: Voila! Nearly there!

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Step 14: Package it

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Step 15: Send it out to the world!

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Pre-event Expectations

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The invitation is the first item in a series that defines your style, theme and uniqueness.
It gives your guests a tiny but delicious sample of what to expect which they won’t be able to help showing their family and friends.

It is this pre-event expectation that the team at Little Works are passionate about helping you create. The biggest talking point of an occasion is the implementation, and we have the ideas and skill to help you carry a theme from save the date cards right through to the thank you cards.READ MORE

Embossing and Debossing

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A good example of embossed stationery

Our customers often come to us and ask us for embossing and/or debossing on their stationery because somewhere they have heard the term being used by a friend or business associate.

Firstly we need to define the difference between these two processes as there is often some confusion. To explain the different you need to look at a card that has embossing and debossing, for example, an embossed image would stand out of the substrate and a debossed image would be pressed into the substrate.READ MORE