[Libs-Or] Bookplates: Summary of responses
Laura_Orr at co.washington.or.us
Mon Jul 23 09:11:32 PDT 2012
I got a lot of wonderful suggestion - thank you, Liz, Jeremy, Alan,
Becky, and um - did I miss someone? - I think I did - apologies!!
Here's the list I've compiled so far - and feel free to send other
suggestions - I can update:
1) This local biz specializes in wedding invites, but would likely be
able to make a referral
Ovation Papers: they sell and work with small printers on lots of things
2) Morel Ink: www.morelink.biz (formerly Witham & Dickey) which is
located in SE Portland.
3) myownlabels.com: http://www.myownlabels.com/bookplates
They have "bricks and mortar" (and 27 employees!!) in PDX:
4) And, only in Portland... Phantom Chicken!
Their "flatstock" gallery shows business cards, greeting cards, and much
more - I bet (but don't know for sure) that a bookplate would be
5) There are some custom printing/design ads out on Craigslist - might
be worth a try. And, of course, the attorney could post their WISH to
Craigslist and likely have it come true!
6) Maybe someone at IPRC would have an idea? http://www.iprc.org/
7) I used a Martha Stewart template and VistaPrint and they turned out
beautifully. But supporting local printers is an admirable thing:
8) I would recommend contacting someone at the Em-Space letterpress
print collective in Portland. These are all talented local artists, who
do phenomenal work.
Laura J. Orr
Washington County Law Library
111 NE Lincoln St
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Email: laura_orr at co.washington.or.us
Oregon Legal Research Blog: http://oregonlegalresearch.blogspot.com/
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