This Saturday, join us for this FREE event in writing letters of support for our neighbors and community. We will mailboxes for Community Refugee & Immigration Services (CRIS), The Ahlul Bayt Society of Columbus, The Jewish Community Center, Worthington Resource Pantry, and the Kaleidoscope Youth Center.
Paper lovers, unite! Join us for an evening of true paper worship. We’ll have 4 projects for you to complete, and tables full of embellishments and finishing to create your very own customized piece of art. White Dragon Paper, LLC, Triple Threat Press, and other special guests will be joining us! Your ticket gets you […]
Worthington gift shop Igloo Letterpress is ready for an upgrade after over five years in business on West New England Avenue. This summer, the shop will relocate around the corner to 661 High Street, inside the old Zettler Hardware building. The move will allow the business to not only double in size to over 4,500 square […]
Have you ever written your loved one a love letter? With all of the easy ways to communicate now, a love letter is something that may have become old fashioned. Taking the time to pen your thoughts and send them to that special someone can be very meaningful in today’s digital world. Being able to […]
I recently had the opportunity to visit Allison Chapman at her Igloo Letterpress studio and chat with her about her business and some of the things she likes about Columbus. When she and her husband moved here from Minnesota a few years ago, they made the decision to go to a one car household. That’s […]
Igloo Letterpress will celebrate one year of business in Columbus with an Anniversary Bazaar this Saturday, September 25 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the front parking lot of its Worthington studio. Participating local vendors of this first-ever marketplace event include Alison Rose Tees, Anne Holman Jewelry Design, Bethany Lesko, Flamestitch, Just A Jar […]
Allison Chapman has an unshakable sense of community. She moved to Columbus last year from Minnesota, gave birth to her second child a week later, and immediately began the process of transitioning her beloved printing business to Ohio. Along the way she immersed herself in local craft culture and tried to meet as many independent […]