120 N Oborn Street
United States
Andrea - proprietress
Established in 2008 we create elegant flat and letterpressed paper goods that are timeless and classic. Our designs embellish greeting cards, invitations and other paper goods for gorgeous correspondence and elegant gift giving. Designer Andrea Jenson creates works of art at our studio located in Waupaca, Wisconsin. Her inspiration comes from architecture, vintage clipart, gardening, nature and from being surrounded by antiques, our 1880's Golding & Co. Pearl letterpress and Heidelberg Windmill letterpress, type cabinets and all the letterpress cuts that we have accumulated through the years. Our vintage clipart books are also a great source of inspiration. We think of our items as little works of art, so whether you choose to share or keep our creations for yourself we truly hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoy creating them for you. And thus our motto “ give or enjoy yourself!”
Halloween Skull Greeting Card
Halloween Skull Greeting Card
Heart A Flutter Card
Heart A Flutter Card
Autumn Splendor Greeting Card
Autumn Splendor Greeting Card
Custom Bookplate Project
Custom Bookplate Project
Interview with Andrea from Inkadinkadoodle
When did you start letterpress printing?: 
What do you like best about letterpress printing?: 
See an idea come to life. The actual printing and working with the press to create something beautiful.
What inspires you?: 
Architecture, vintage clipart, gardening, nature and antiques
Which press(es), ink & paper do you usually use?: 
Our presses are a Golding & Co. Pearl #3 and a Heidelberg Windmill. We use Reich Savoy 100% Cotton Cardstock for our printing and Van Son or Spinks ink.
How would you describe your artwork?: 
Elegant and sophisticated with a sense of humor [as a customer once described it]
What kind of products do you create?: 
Greeting cards, bookplates with more on the way
Do you offer custom work?: 
Where can we buy your products?:
Do you offer workshops? If yes, what kind of?: 
Not at this time
Is there anything you wished you had known as a beginner?: 
That less ink is better than too much, quality is better than quantity, and patience [still working on that]
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