Wednesday, December 30, 2009

New Invitation designs


We've just created this design and it's available through the retail store and here at the etsy store. This is a wonderfully flexible design. We have a huge variety of decorative papers at the store if you would like a different color scheme. It works as a great invitation for a rehearsal dinner, birthday party, engagement party or wedding!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

After Christmas Sale!


All of our holiday merchandise will be 50% off Saturday, December 26th through Thursday, December 31st. You can buy boxed cards to send next year, stock up on our lovely mix & match wrapping line (including paper, ribbon, gift tags & stickers, and gift toppers), or really plan ahead by purchasing some holiday imprintable invitations for next year's parties. All of our handmade ornaments will also be 50% off.

We're open Christmas Eve until 4 p.m. if you need to pick up any last-minute gifts and stocking stuffers!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Margot Madison Creative Stationery!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

It's not too late!


Did you skip the Christmas cards this year? You're not alone! Many people were feeling too harried, didn't have a good enough photo or thought it was an expense they didn't want to add to the holiday budget. It's understandable! But remember that your friends do enjoy hearing from you and they also enjoy seeing you and your kids in photos.

If you're still on the fence about it, we have several of our holiday designs that can be turned into new year's cards on our etsy store.

Last-Minute Gift Idea: Recycled Boylan Soda Glasses


These juice-sized glasses are made from recycled glass Boylan soda bottles, and make a great host gift. You can purchase a set or mix-and-match different varieties for a unique and fun conversation piece!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Last-Minute Stocking Stuffer: Mia Bead Jewelry


These handmade rings and hairpins make great stocking stuffers! We have assorted colors and styles available in the rings and pins, which are sold individually.



We'll even giftwrap them for FREE!

Last-Minute Gift Idea: Handmade Scarves

If you're looking for a last-minute gift this week, we have lots of options, which we'll blog about over the next few days. Here's a great idea: Handmade Melbry Fabric Remix Scarves!

Made from a mix of new fabrics and upcycled, vintage slacks & skirts, these scarves are completely unique & one-of-a-kind! Inspired by colors, patterns textures and design.
There are only a few of these left! We're open regular hours Tuesday & Wednesday (10-6) and 10-4 on Christmas Eve.

Monday, December 21, 2009

The Wrapping Party "Wraps Up"





We were very productive and chatty while wrapping our gifts this Sunday. I enjoyed spending time with all the wrapping guests! Thanks for coming and hope everyone has a great holiday.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Monday, December 14, 2009

Holiday Wrapping


We've got an entire line of wrapping ideas for you...There are stickers, toppers, papers, ribbons and more that will coordinate your slew of gifts. I use one set of coordinating designs for each family so I can keep everyone straight.

Here is a photo of our Pink Forest design...

Friday, December 11, 2009

Another Etsy Fave


I have a "thing" for nesting dolls. When my children get old enough to NOT RUIN THEM by turning them into bowling pins, cat toys or missiles (such as when they are in college), I'm going to start a collection for my own private enjoyment.

This is a favorite etsy seller of mine called mooshoopork, showcasing these charming "Old Men" nesting dolls. I think they are so charming!

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Our Holiday Window Design




It's finally up! This was, as usual, a collaborative effort. We wanted to coordinate the window with our holiday wrapping designs (to be posted soon) so we used the deer in the woods pink/dark berry color scheme.

The rest was Lindsay's sweat and tears. We found a cardboard deer on-line and Lindsay painstakingly deconstructed it, scanned the pieces, redrew the pieces in a larger size (for better impact in the window), printed them out and transferred them onto large corrugated cardboard pieces. Then we trimmed the pieces and fit them together. Later we half-thought that since the deer we bought was called the "Buck Jr" that there was possible a "Buck Sr" in the right size but it was too awful to think that...

Then we created the whimsical trees out of cardboard and tissue and the rest is history.

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