Seattle Bloggers Unite Visits Farewell Paperie

You may remember a few months ago, I mentioned I joined Seattle Bloggers Unite and attended my first meet up. This month’s meet up was held at Farewell Paperie, the cutest little letterpress paper, stationary, and wrapping paper shop in SODO.

Seattle Bloggers Unite Farewell Paperie Meetup / hellorigby!

I thought I’d share a few photos of the night, and my special creation, which you may have seen on my Instagram during the event. I was pretty proud of my hand pressed notecards. They’re pretty cute and I can’t wait to use them!

Farewell Paperie Letterpress Cards / Seattle Bloggers Unite Meetup / hellorigby!

They seriously have some of the cutest and most creative cards ever. Definitely look them up if you love witty cards, like their gangsta line. Seriously.

Farewell Paperie Letterpress Templates / hellorigby! Seattle Bloggers Farewell Paperie Meetup Bill Letterpress Machine / hellorigby! Helga Letterpress Machine at Farewell Paperie / hellorigby!

Above, our templates for our notecards were waiting for us. The letterpress below is Bill, who we used to make our cute little notecards. Helga is the real powerhouse though, and they used her to make us a custom keepsake print.

Jenn at hellorigby! letterpress notecards / hellorigby!

After learning how to crank the machine (and not lose my fingers in the process…) my completed notecards. I’m so proud. ;)

Seattle Bloggers Unite Swag Bag / hellorigby!

Loved the swag bag, full of fun, local merch. I especially loved the delicious Fran’s Chocolates (which are beyond gone), the bracelet from The Ravenna Girls, and I can never get enough Dry Soda, this Vanilla Bean flavor is my favorite, it’s like a lightened up Cream Soda.
Linking up with The Grits and Treasure Tromp

Have you ever attended a local blogger meet up? What did you think?


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25 thoughts on “Seattle Bloggers Unite Visits Farewell Paperie

    1. Jenn Post author

      It was definitely pretty awesome, and I now have much more respect for those that do letterpress! It’s not a quick or simple process.

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Yeah, I won’t be going to the one in August for the same reason, but I’m excited to see what’s planned for September!

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