"The fundamental purpose of the heart is to expand and contract"
Sometimes words enter your world to exist for both the highs and the lows. This phrase surfaced when I was heartbroken from my first love. My heart needed to contract and there was no timeline for that. At the same moment I was told I would never love as fully as my first because I would be guarded knowing my past ache. This felt limiting - to prove it false I chose to defiantly love my future partners more and more. To expand.
While running can strengthen your lungs, loving can strengthen your heart.
When my heart stops beating I hope that it is larger than ever before, that it's capacity grows with each breath and feels as full as it feels empty throughout it's lifespan. That it did what was necessary for survival and it did more than it thought it was capable of for love.
- Sierra Stinson
Stronger together, love still matters. Letterpress greeting card from Bremelo Press.
Letterpress greeting cards from Bremelo Press. Based on hand set vintage metal type and printed on a 111 year old press.
New card alert! Just My Type by Leigh Riibe for her greeting card artist series here at Bremelo Press.Read More
Letterpress greeting card collabo with Leigh Riibe. Bowie Button by Lindsey Apodacs.
Letterpress greeting card from Bremelo Press.
Bremelo Press letterpress cards.
Letterpress greeting card from Bremelo Press by Leigh Riibe. Available for retail and wholesale.
Hot off the press, from Bremelo's creative director Lynda Sherman. Available at Bremelo's Holiday Open Studio, this Sunday, December 3rd 11-4.Read More
Fall in love unafraid as we celebrate the riot of love in our hearts and Vol 2 Issue No 1 of Doug Newman's The Free Witch Quarterly. Image of makeready for the centerfold I kept misreading so I retypeset with the word I was seeing. To find out what it is, get a copy!Read More
Because a well behaved woman is a bore. Thank you Cat Snapp for the conversation with Expedition Press. Thank you Midamerica Print Council for making me a cover girl and sharing with the print community that there are many paths to the press, you need only find yours and travel well. This is the original "ransom note" that was retypeset and made into a letterpress greeting card.Read More