I’m Sarah Pruett.
I am an occupational therapist with a nonprofit called The Universal Design Project, that collaboratively creates homes and community activity plans that are user friendly for all people. However, this is my creative outlet.
I started putting the letters together back in 2010 to make words and names for presents and had a great response by friends and family. Now I’m sharing my “letter creations” with others as unique and meaningful gifts.
Stationery: Printed on high quality linen paper. Cards are 4×5.5″, folded, blank inside, and come with white envelopes.
Finished Wall Art: Comes ready to hang, hooks included. Each print is mounted on a dense, dark foam (0.5″ deep), then sprayed with tough, non-aqueous based coating that offers the highest level of water resistance available. Art can be hung on walls, displayed on a mantel, or other furniture.
Prints on Wood: I have several forms of letterography printed on birch wood. The first is in the form of banners. I print letters on 3.8″ squares of wood (1/8″ thick) and string them together with twine. I offer premade and custom options. If you visit me at a show, you can play with the letters and make your own banner right on the spot. I also have several 7×10″ wooden pictures with bundles of words that come ready to hang or rests well in a small easel. These are printed on 1/4″ birch wood. I have also reclaimed some wood to make small wooden signs that stand on their own. Wooden ornaments have made an apperance for Christmas as well! All wooden prints are sealed with an acryllic clear coat. These are completely handmade by me.
My products are unique and great for gifts! I have lots of letters in my inventory. Here’s the link to my letter library. As you can see the letters are labeled with the letter and a number. Please contact me directly if you’re interested in a customized piece of art with specific words or names. These also make great gifts for weddings and welcoming a new baby! Custom set-up fee applies.
Each product is digitally created by me, though I use a professional photo lab for printing the final product for a few of my items (stationery and photographs mounted onto a lightweight gatorfoam).