Friday, October 10, 2008

76 Days Until Christmas


I discovered Rattle-N-Roll when I was looking for birth announcements for The Ambassador. They were making the hippest announcements imaginable -- they are more rock poster than baby introduction -- and Hubby and I instantly knew that's what we wanted. In fact, with every card order, you get a free poster-sized print. We framed The Ambassador's announcement poster, and when we have one for Little Girl, we'll hang them in the guest bedroom as a reminder to practice abstinence while staying at our house. (I'm just warning you in case you're ever invited to stay over. Your choice is refrain or wash the sheets yourself.)

Last year, Andrea emailed prior customers to let us know Rattle-N-Roll was producing Christmas cards and donating a portion of the proceeds to the victims of the San Diego fires. We lined up immediately to order ours, and the number of calls and emails I received from friends about our cool Christmas cards was a little overwhelming.

As I mentioned on Missives From Suburbia, Rattle-N-Roll does all kinds of great custom work, too, including wedding invitations and actual event posters. The quality is fantastic. Your cards come printed on heavy cardstock, with plenty of white space on the back for notes and child support requests.

So check them out, and tell them I sent you. They won't have the foggiest idea who you're talking about, because I didn't warn them I was going to gush about their work. But maybe they'll be polite enough to nod along with you. You know, like how you just grin and bear the rambling stories of your aging parents and work-obsessed friends. (Oh, please. As if you don't do that, too.)


6 comments:

Blithe Revival said...

You ain't kiddin!

Those ARE the coolest cards I've EVER seen. Wow.

All Adither said...

Holy Cow! MUST HAVE.

kitrona said...

Oh wow, those are so cool!! I may have to come up with a reason to get some of these...

Melissa, Multi-Tasking Mama said...

Those are really cute and original...now I want some!

Sandra Foyt said...

I love the cards! They're hip, and even a little rebellious. Thanks for the tip.

BusyDad said...

OK, I was planning on being all "so what's so bad about the Target 10-pack?" but you've won. These ARE cooler than cool.