I’ve had several people ask how I make my letterography. I have some secrets to keep, but here’s the general overview…
Where do you find your pictures?
I take pictures of letters individually as I see them – could be on vacation or out on a walk. I have lots of options for each letter of the alphabet, and my letter library continues to grow!
How do you make the words?
I take the individual pictures of letters and make them into words in photoshop. It’s kind of like a puzzle – I pick and choose letters based on their tonal combinations and shapes to see what works best. This allows me to create new words and have them printed on stationery, wall art, or even onto wood!
Can I pick letters for custom orders?
Yes! Feel free to browse through my collection of letters in my letter library! If you want certain letter selections for your custom piece, send the details to me in a message or email, and I can certainly work up a proof for your approval. Remember custom fees do apply. See listing on site for details.
How long will it take to make/ship orders?
I typically have stationery in stock. I can get those out in the mail soon after your order is processed. The wall art will take a few days for my photo lab to create once ordered, and then it will ship directly from their facility. I will send you an email when I receive a shipping confirmation and pass along the tracking number so you can follow it to the destination! I am currently taking a break from making wooden art. I do have some in stock as indicated in each listing. In the future, when making wooden art again, it may take 1-2 weeks to create as the process takes longer to complete. Please email me (email@example.com) for questions.
What do you use for billing & shipping?
I accept major credit & debit cards, which are securely processed by Square (in-person) and Stripe (online). You’ll see “letterography.com” on your statement. Shipping is typically via UPS or USPS standard ground. I’ll email you confirmation when your order is on its way!