NeonKitchen

Neon Kitchen Design & Press

41 Sales

NeonKitchen

Neon Kitchen Design & Press

41 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Neon Kitchen, couple Katie Baird and Brian Cassidy's letterpress and silkscreen passion project, has launched with several letterpress greeting cards and posters. Be sure to check back with us soon because more items will be added to the shop over the next couple months as we create!

We do take on commission work that fits into our design aesthetic. Contact us if you have any questions.

Announcement

Neon Kitchen, couple Katie Baird and Brian Cassidy's letterpress and silkscreen passion project, has launched with several letterpress greeting cards and posters. Be sure to check back with us soon because more items will be added to the shop over the next couple months as we create!

We do take on commission work that fits into our design aesthetic. Contact us if you have any questions.

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revonna

revonna on Jan 23, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

I love that I no longer have to go to a card store, AND that I can find cards that fit my sense of humor. Thank you!

Mr. J

Mr. J on Nov 30, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Great card and thank you for the multiple card order.

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About

From "Midnight College House Craft Time" to "Young Professional Labor of Love"

Neon Kitchen's co-founders, designers and printers are Katie Baird and Brian Cassidy. Although both natives of the Chicago suburbs, we met while attending Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. With a shared loved for all things crafty and handmade we found ourselves hanging out quite at bit. In a way, Neon Kitchen started when we started dating.

We started off silk-screen printing with a light table/press Brian and his dad made by hand. After taking some letterpress classes in college we knew we wanted to make a letterpress the next addition to their family. Eventually a press found us, and Neon Kitchen was born.

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  • Brian & Katie

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    Neon Kitchen's co-founders, designers and printers are Katie Baird and Brian Cassidy.

  • Brian Cassidy

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    Graphic Design. Letterpress. Silk Screen. Social Media. Photography. Video. Brian is currently Director of New Media at Millikin University.

  • Katie Baird

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    Illustration. Graphic Design. Letterpress. Silk Screen. Embroidery. Katie is currently Graphic Designer / Paginator at Herald & Review Newspaper.

Shop policies

Last updated on February 7, 2012

Accepted payment methods

Payment
• To make everything easy we only accept payment through PayPal.
• We're sure you hate taxes just like the next guy so there is no extra sales tax.
• If you click "check out" we really want you to get what you ordered, but if you take FOREVER to pay, we might be forced to cancel your order. Don't make us do this. It'll make us sad too.
Shipping
• We always hate when we're charged more for shipping than it actually costs to ship the item, so we won't do that to you.
• We are only charging you for packing material and what the post office charges us. No extra handling fees.

• All of our products ship in .034" thick kraft fiberboard mailers.
• PLEASE RECYCLE the mailers. That's a lot of material to just toss in the trash.
• To do our part in reducing the amount of plastic consumed, we do not ship our products in plastic sleeves. If you receive one of our paper goods and it has water damage, please contact us.

• Double check your shipping address when placing an order. We are not responsible for items shipped to the wrong address.
• If you have any questions about shipping, feel free to contact us!
Refunds and Exchanges
• Refunds? What you don't like our product? TOO BAD!
• Just kidding. All you have to do is take care of shipping the item back to us and we'll scrape the bottom of our piggy bank to get your money back to you.
• If you don't receive an order because a shipment gets lost, we highly suggest hiring a private investigator. They do good work.