Wednesday, January 30, 2008
(Click for enlargement) Now at 2" x 4", the label art was readjusted to work on a standard cut-size available at Office-Deephole. These are a first-run for a first time product- showing this August 3, so there's no time to spare! (Hey,Richard/Liz: I have the label-stock, already, and will have these ready by Fri., if all's good with the designs. You can post a comment directly here, without having to email me). I wrapped a few of these on the Kerr Jars you supplied us with. Fits mighty nice... ignore the white "thingies" on top of the labels. It's just a patch that showed up on the png file I made for this post.
Posted by Ben Anglin at 8:41 PM
Sunday, January 27, 2008
A 16 oz. Ball Jar w/ sealing lid. These are more expensive than plain clear jars, but folks know they're "keepers", for reusing, and drinking ice cold sweet-tay. Ball jars are hard to break, and have an old-timey "feel" when held. The embossing is part of that feel...
addendum to above: Looks like Richard's using Kerr Jars, because I have a jar of the spicy here with me, and spicy is not the word. The word is hot. and hot good.. good hot. goooood hot...
Monday, January 14, 2008
Return of the beach-cake. I'm all for realism, but I hope that's graham crackers or something edible. And those look like living Bromeliads or air-ferns. That's so cool! Now, if that was a Padre Island cake, there'd be a dead jellyfish and a syringe on top. Could be a niche market.
Posted by Ben Anglin at 9:12 PM