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29.11.06

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sheraton at pop ink just sent over a link to their new plate designs. they made a splash with the wood grain plates this spring and now they've added matching gift wrap. i loved all the gift wrap options, so if you like pop ink's plates check out their great wrapping collection. available for $6.50 each right here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone know of a way to turn wrapping paper into shelf liner? Sounds silly I know but the contact/shelf liner out there is awful. I know I could just adhere it with double sided tape but wonder it if would be durable? Thanks for any tips!

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Colleen said...

OH MY! Thank you Grace for this link. I now want to stock up on napkins, soaps, and plates for x-mas gifts. What great design from a paper company!

6:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

love these. love the wood paneling!

12:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anyone have a contact email for Sheraton as we are writing a book about paper and have had no reply so far from French Paper and we really want to feature these designs.
keith@absolutezerodegrees.com

7:07 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

anon

i use wrapping paper as shelf liner and drawer liner all the time :)

merely cut your piece to size and adhere with glue (if you're down with perm.) or try something like putting laminate down over it. or that clear contact paper that's sticky. that way it stays waterproof and you can just pull it up when you're done

d*s

7:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I purchased the Cannibal Kingdom plate set from the Pop Ink site and although the service I received was impecable (I received my order the NEXT DAY!) I was sad to find that all 4 plates in my set contained tiny hairline cracks along the rims. I emailed and asked to exchange the set and was told:

"We're sorry you are not satisfied with the plates. Unfortunately, the darker colored plates are difficult to produce, and most of them have slight "hair lines" along the edges. I doubt very much that we can find 4 plates that you will be happy with."

Instead I was offered a full refund. In short--the company offers great customer service, but the plates were a bit of a letdown and definitely not worth $40 in the condition which I received them. Not sure if it's true of all designs, but also not sure I'd take my chances.

Mike H from Chicago

4:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

these are gorgeous. i thought it sounded familiar, i bought the 'love sick' book a good while ago, didn't realise they did all this other sexy stuff! thanks for enlightening me :-)

11:05 AM  
Anonymous Sheraton said...

Mike,

We're glad your service was impecable, but troubled that the plates disappointed. While issues like these are something that melamine sellers have to deal with all the time, these cracks are not really cracks at all. The thin lines are the printed melamine foil wrinkling and overlapping itself due to the 3D nature of the plate base. The good news is that since the design application part of the plate making process is done by hand, two are rarely the same. The bad news is that some plates will have a few small marks, but some won't have any at all--it all depends on the nature of the design, and temperature in the factory. We can't guarantee that our plates will be free of these lines, but have been told by many gift shop owners, that our plates are of better quality than any of our competitors.

Sheraton from Pop Ink

12:53 PM  

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