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Starting as a four-year-old, Katie sold her handmade cards annually at the Foley, AL, “Art In The Park.” Nearly thirty years later, after moving to Atlanta, getting hitched, and buying a fully restored 1934 Vandercook #4, the card-making tradition continued and Concrete Lace letterpress company was born. Katie Daniels, is an award-winning graphic designer who enjoys printing her creations with her husband Paul. She also loves collaborating with her sister, Carla, who illustrated the mandala coloring books featured in the shop. Great pride is taken in each step of the production process, assuring the finest hand-crafted quality of Concrete Lace designer products.

• printed in small batches on readily-renewable 100% cotton paper
• packaged with green-power produced envelopes
• enclosed in biodegradable packaging (when possible... some sleeve sizes are not yet…

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  • Female
  • Joined November 16, 2008

Favorite materials

Vandercook number 4, Challenge paper cutter, Kelsey Excelsior, plush cotton paper, sharpies, sisters

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About

Starting as a four-year-old, Katie sold her handmade cards annually at the Foley, AL, “Art In The Park.” Nearly thirty years later, after moving to Atlanta, getting hitched, and buying a fully restored 1934 Vandercook #4, the card-making tradition continued and Concrete Lace letterpress company was born. Katie Daniels, is an award-winning graphic designer who enjoys printing her creations with her husband Paul. She also loves collaborating with her sister, Carla, who illustrated the mandala coloring books featured in the shop. Great pride is taken in each step of the production process, assuring the finest hand-crafted quality of Concrete Lace designer products.

• printed in small batches on readily-renewable 100% cotton paper
• packaged with green-power produced envelopes
• enclosed in biodegradable packaging (when possible... some sleeve sizes are not yet available as biodegradable)
• 100% u.s. made materials (all paper, envelopes & packaging)
• printed on a 1934 vandercook letterpress
• hand printed, folded and packaged with care—one card at a time.

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