Tried our hand at duplexing two different cardstocks and colored edges.
The halftoned image in the background is our street from the 1920s.
Check @2x for greater detail.
10 months ago
DAMN. I need to see one up close. Now.
Damn... thanks all.
These are fantastic!!
i think if you handed me that card... id probably get out my wallet and ask, "how much?"
@level2d ha that's awesome. Maybe we should start asking for a dollar or two every time we hand one out...
Love those colored edges, can I add these to CardDsgn? (A little business card gallery).
I feel that I could fling these and they would stick in the wall like a throwing star. ;) Nice cards Prince!
Loving it... Show us the back! :D
These are delicious!
Aaaaah! I want a few. Send 'em to me! (Please?)
Also: are you duplexing by screening glue? If so, I might have to send projects your way. :)
Did you enjoy coloring the edges? I'd like to give edge painting a try one of these days.
The colored edges are golden!
@David Martin Feel free... we love to inspire!
@.tif smith We didn't end up screening the adhesive...we used 3m and weights. As for the colored edges..it wasn't all that easy and I think there is still room for improvement.
@The Prince Ink Co. Here is my favorite tutorial on edge painting: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bogtrykkeren/6925308810/in/faves-niftysmith/ ... There are so many techniques. This one and airbrushing seem like interesting ones to try.
Let me know how 3M holds up. I've read on Briar Press that it's messy. How'd it go for you?
You. You are so smart.
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