September felt like a very long month. There was a flying visit to Cornwall to watch my brother graduate, a weekend being a tourist in my own town, and a trip to London. Other than that? Work work work work work.
July was pretty hectic. And by ‘pretty’ I mean ‘VERY’.
The beginning of the month was spent nearly entirely at work – so much that I’d arrive in the morning having already forgotten that I’d ever gone home. We were desperately in need of a holiday, and – hallelujah – the middle of the month provided us with 16 blissful days off.
Blissful doesn’t necessarily mean restful though – we spent the first week travelling around Somerset and Devon, and the second week moving house (there’s still no wifi in our new place, so I’m uploading this in a coffee shop over a ginormous coffee which – despite it’s size – is at risk of running out before these blasted photos finally upload).
I last posted about our printing in January, so it’s definitely time for an update! Today I spent a couple of hours printing 78 paper bags for my best friend’s wedding next weekend (there’s going to be an old-fashioned sweet cart, I’m so excited).
I also used the press to make a little leaving present for another friend who’s about to go off travelling the world. It had to be small and light so she could take it with her – so I printed the front and back covers of an A6 notebook.
There’s also these thank you cards, which I actually had nothing to do with in terms of production, but I quite like the photos I took of them, so let’s sneak them on here too.