We partnered with amazing designers to give you free, custom designed printables for your top summer events.
Dana Tanamachi is a multimedia lettering artist and designer who enjoys living a quiet life and working with her hands. In 2009, an impromptu chalk installation for a Brooklyn housewarming party landed Dana her first commission for Google and set the popular chalk-lettering trend—and her career—in motion. In addition to being commissioned globally by clients such as Nike, USPS, Penguin Books, Ralph Lauren, and West Elm, she has had the distinct honor of creating custom cover art for O The Oprah Magazine and TIME.
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Take your BBQ up a notch and give your guests the heads up with these handsome label designs from Ari Woeste. The set contains a menu you can fill in as well as all the food labels you could need. For protection against splashes and spills or to reuse them later, laminate your signs ahead of time. If you’re hosting a potluck, leave them blank when you laminate them, and guests can label them with dry erase marker.
If the idea is to turn heads and pique interest, why is it that yard sale signage is always so mundane? We partnered with Ari Woeste to create these stunning signs that will make your Summer sale stand out. Simply print out the signs, fill in your information, laminate and attach to a post using Scotch® Outdoor Mounting Tape to ensure they’ll weather the elements.
Ari Woeste is an art director, designer and photographer who specializes in hand crafting beautiful custom type. Although she is comfortable working in virtually any material or medium, she has become an expert at transforming food into images that appeal to the eye and the appetite. Check out more of her work on her website and Instagram.
Looking to sprinkle some fun on your next ice cream social? Kara Allen of Kara’s Party Ideas has a fun, easy tutorial on making your own laminated ice cream sprinkles placemats that will up your party's cute factor, and make it easy to wipe up those delicious drips. Using just a sheet of paper, some ice cream sprinkles, and Scotch® Thermal Laminating Pouches, Kara has laid out every step for a fun, quick and easy project that your kids will love — almost as much as the ice cream. Check out her blog to find out how to make your very own DIY sprinkles-themed placemats.
* Be sure to dry out sprinkles before using and don’t use if thicker than 10mils. Do not attempt to eat laminated sprinkles. An alternative to sprinkles might be confetti.