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Letterpress Meets Tech: A Q&A with Elizabeth Weil of Paperwheel Press

“Elizabeth Weil is a partner at Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, an ultramarathon runner, and a new mom. In her spare time, she runs Paperwheel — which has been turning out uber-popular “nerd-themed” letterpress cards since 2006. Paperwheel has sold with Square since our start in 2010 — first to accept credit cards, then using Square Cash, and now to streamline invoicing and customer management.”

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Brit + Co.

Brit + Co.

Meet the Maker: Elizabeth Weil of Paperwheel Press

“One of the best parts of my journey with Brit + Co. so far has been the opportunity to discover so many talented makers. Along the way I’ve seen everything from beautiful handmade jewelry to 3D-printed baked goods. I’m constantly inspired and humbled by the people who are redefining what it means to make every day, and we’re excited to continue featuring the experts who have really stunned us with their creative skills.”

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Popsugar

Popsugar

Techie Valentine Cards For the Love of Your E-Life

“This Valentine’s Day will be anything but virtual with Paperwheel’s clever cards fit for gadget geeks. The love of your e-life will be forced to step away from the computer screen to get a closer look at these letterpressed beauties that cut the mush and put the language of love into speech your techie will understand.”

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Mashable

Mashable

10 Valentine's Day Cards for Your Geeky Sweetheart

“It’s not too early to get a jump on Valentine’s Day, especially if you’re looking for the perfect card. Here at Mashable we’re all about geekery, so we’ve found 10 cards we’d be delighted to give and receive.”

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Stationery’s New Followers

Stationery’s New Followers

Why the Tweeting Crowd Sends a Lot of Letters; Small-Batch Card Makers Log On, Cash In

“Judy Clement Wall has 1,665 Twitter followers, but when she really wants to connect with one of them, she takes out a piece of stationery and picks up her pen. She wasn’t much of a letter writer before she began to spend time on blogs and social networks like Twitter.”

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NBC

NBC

Undo It With a Ctrl+Z Card

“POST-CRINGE: Even the Internet-addicted (erm, especially the Internet-addicted?) need to apologize for stuff sometimes. Via Outblush comes the witty Ctrl+Z Card ($5.75 each) from PaperWheel Press. You know, for when you just need to click “undo” on your life.”

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Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart

The Craft's Dept—Inspiration Board: Paperwheel Press

“A few weeks ago we had a visit from the folks at Twitter. They brought with them some beautiful letterpress cards made by Elizabeth Bailey Weil of PaperWheel Press. Elizabeth works at Twitter and in her spare time runs a letterpress stationery company. In addition to offering custom letterpress design…”

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Apartment Therapy

Apartment Therapy

Get Geeky Stationery from Paperwheel Press

“You may have seen the Ctrl+Z “I’m Sorry” card in our roundup of keyboard shortcut gear. It’s from online shop Paper Wheel Press, and it turns out that’s not the only fabulously geeky paper good they’ve got. We might never shop for cards at the drugstore again…”

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Gizmodo Culture

Gizmodo Culture

The Shortcut Back Into Her Heart

“Undo relationship wrongs with this ctrl+z apology card, finely printed with hand-mixed ink on 100% cotton extra soft paper. $3.75. (Note: If things don’t work out, the purchase of the card cannot be ctrl+z’d.)…”

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