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Elevate your stationary game

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In today's episode, we attend a quick workshop where Nick Kidd, associate art director at TracyLocke, takes us through the process of foil stamping, creating envelope liners, and making wax seals.

He has an awesome stationary company where he sells everything from paper wedding invites to sweet designer notebooks.

Check him out. He is also creating a YouTube channel to teach people all the crazy things you can do with paper to elevate your projects to another level. Stay on the look out!


 

 

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