Following a very busy work week, there was a lot to do this weekend. On Sunday, Suzanne and I took our 2nd letterpress class in Brooklyn at The Arm Letterpress.What a beautiful, sunny studio space.We got to use the large Vandercook pressusing a plastic-backed photopolymer digital plate made by Boxcar Press. We even did 2-color printing with blue, then green ink.And in just a few minutes we had this beautiful piece.Then we went ahead and set our own phrases, so Suzanne and I of course chose pinky-purple-y ink.We also had a demo on the C&P Pilot Press, a smaller model.And by the end of the day we had our own projects completed: the “Jen Kim Made” piece was printed with wood type and the “you’re pretty great…” piece with metal.I trimmed the card down and used Martha Stewart craft punches to dress it up a bit.And was feeling so inspired that I took a trip to Paper Presentation for more supplies — more on this soon!And just to backtrack a bit, on Saturday, Sevrin and I went to the BUST Magazine Spring Craftacular and Food Fair and I bought a Loomi light (can’t wait to put it together!), Artisan soy candles from Gritty City Phila in Wedding Day and Summer Cotton, prints from the ink+Sword pet care PSA series and met Bree from As a Paper Doll. I asked her if she had any Asian girls and she promised to make one for me if I picked a model. I’m e-mailing her right now, can’t wait to see what she comes up with soon!