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hello there.

Well, whaddya wanna know?  Here's the plain and simple truth:  My name is Rebekah Tennis and I love design.  I love paper, the way it feels, its weight and texture.  I love extra special touches on little things: homemade tags on gift-wrap, old stamps on an envelope, and twine on nearly everything.

My husband, business partner and all-around solid rock Matt would probably tell you that he likes tools - lots of 'em, finding the perfect way to do something, taking things apart, and precision in everything. 

So you might as well have guessed by now... we are the perfect match for an old letterpress studio. Together we farm rice and have three adorable and active boys ages 5 and under.  This keeps us fairly busy, but whenever we have a spare moment, we crank up our 102 year old Chandler and Price platen press and pull some prints, or whip out a card line on the Heidelberg. 

There's more, oh yes, there IS more - but that's what this blog is for.  Take a look around, get to know us, our great town of Chico, California and our beautiful presses. {the month of november}

November 2012 – was a big yay! Busy but fun. Brief highlights here…

{ Lance, our resident foodie, browses Martha Stewart Living – pausing only for the food pages. }

{ A drive in the first snow of the year. Can I just give snow a big hug? }

{ I have decanted my main baking ingredients into glass. I now love looking at my counter top. So homey. }

{ Yes, I have a wreath addiction. Yet another one – this turned out sooo pretty once it was finished. Shiny! }

{ Speaking of leaves, Chico’s Autumn season was awesome this year. Leaftacular, really. }

{ If broccoli and cauliflower had a baby, and it was delicious and looked like a green alien, this would be it. Romanesco. }

{ In which I made waffles, and the small children of the world rejoiced. }

{ Lastly, braised lamb shank over butternut risotto. I love it when food is both pretty AND delicious.  I swear by this recipe here. }

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