bold edge painting and kool-aid dip dye add unique elements to already lovely stationery
Moglea (pronounced MOH-GLEE) makes the most amazing letterpress stationery. As you can see from her work, designer Meg Gleason loves bold pops of color, hand-lettered typography and intricate patterns. Living on a farm in Iowa with her family provides ample inspiration for this creative lady, where designs often start by hand before being printed on Patty, the Moglea letterpress.
we love the bordered envelopes that come with these couture stationery sets. and those watercolor monogram sets are to die for!
an intricate blind deboss pattern makes a pretty backdrop for any sentiment
“to get a letter, write a letter” – letterquettes, which include small notecards and coordinating envelopes, were inspired by a vintage Eaton’s stationery set.
You can learn more about Meg and Moglea from her Biz Ladies interview with Design Sponge.
all images via moglea
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