Obviously, since the store is brand spankin’ new, so is everything else. That’s okay, though, because we’ve got a lot to share and there’s a lot in our product catalogue.
We thought it might be easier to navigate everything if we gave you an overview of what we’ve got in store for you to browse. Everything is handmade and made-to-order, but we keep stock of a few things just in case you urgently need a few of our more popular items.
We decided to keep our initial offering small with three types of products available immediately. (We’ve got big ideas, and we eyeballed how we might scale things, but it was super important to get our production process right, and the quality exactly how we wanted it to be before we get too wild.)
We’re pleased to present a selection of fandom-inspired art in three formats:
- Magnetic Bookmarks
- Papercut Artwork
We’re also happy to tell you that we’ve got a catalogue list that’s about ten pages deep in our bullet journal with things we want to make, and a ton of inspiration for new bookish, planner-tactic, and fannish products on the horizon.
So, without further ado, check out the Truffles & Bedlam offering:
Our beebees! Born out of necessity (we have way too many books, and after scrabbling around too many times trying to find a scrap of paper to mark our places, we took matters into our own hands), we spent almost a month refining the production process to get our magnetic bookmarks exactly right.
Our die-cut magnetic bookmarks are made from premium photo paper, laminated in a protective matte vinyl, and held together with super strong magnets. They’re sturdy little things that are offered in two sizes: Mini at just over 2.25 inches tall, and Mega at just over 3 inches tall.
Each bookmark is presented on a cardstock backer in a cello sleeve. They come in singles and in pairs, and sometimes — as complete, epic collections. 😉
During our design process, we found that we often got sucked into the flow of making something super cute. It follows that in a couple of cases, we had to adapt our bookmark designs to sticker paper.
You should know, though, that not all designs are 1:1 with the bookmarks. We’ve played with some of our characters’ body positions and accessories a bit to change things up.
Framed Papercut Artwork
Last but certainly not least, we’re pleased to introduce you to the thing that really got us started: it’s because of our papercuts that we were encouraged to start a shop at all, and they remain some of our favourite fandom art pieces to date. Available for sale now are the first three pieces in our papercut art collection.
Each artwork is lovingly mounted and framed, and set behind plexiglass to protect the delicate cuts from the elements.