Thanks for checking out my blog! I try to keep it up to date with images from the projects I'm working on and cool things I find along the way. Feel free to comment on any of the posts, shoot me an email, or visit my website www.ambpaperworks.com if you like. I'd love to hear from you!

Tuesday, April 29, 2008


AMB Paperworks now has it's own Envelopments website! Follow this link to check it out. This is my main paper supplier. They have great quality products, they can do all kinds of customizations (cutting, drilling, scoring, etc...), and some beautiful color and pattern options.

AMB also has websites with Carlson Craft and Birchcraft. These vendors sell all kinds of semi-customizable invitations, cards, stationery, and imprintable accessory items.

Monday, April 28, 2008

results of photography class

So I took a class called 'Photography Boot Camp' this past weekend to learn about my camera and how to take better pictures. We got to practice a little on some kids in the studio and outside. I got a few good pictures (out of almot 100 of them). Here are a couple of 'practice' shots that I took. What do you think? I certainly won't be quitting my day job any time soon, but I guess they could be a lot worse.

Saturday, April 5, 2008

resource for moms

I know a lot of my clients are brides-to-be but just as many are new moms, so this post is relevant. Brides - just bookmark this one for future use. :)

I was recently turned on to a website called mamasource. It's the coolest thing for connecting with other moms in your local community, getting answers to those nagging mom questions, AND you can promote your mom-owned-businesses for FREE! So, I of course wasted no time in putting AMB Paperworks on their site. Some of my loyal customers have even posted reviews for me. I love this site and have already been busy posting. Check it out!

new logo

Sorry I haven't posted for a while. I've been busy with a few weddings, a new website (coming soon!), and a new logo (posted above). What do you think?

Don't worry - "couture" doesn't translate to "expensive". I like this definition better : "The business of designing, making, and selling highly fashionable, usually custom-made clothing for women." Ok, so I'm not exactly making clothing for women, but I am "dressing" the scene for whatever event you are planning, and the rest of the definition fits so I'm going with it!