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Personalized Stationery Simplified
50 notes or cards for just $99
Crane stationery stands out in a pile of mail. People pause, examine, open carefully, admire, and read. Crane's unmatched quality and craftsmanship set the standard for Personalized Stationery, ensuring your correspondence is always memorable and meaningful.

Crane stationery stands out in a pile
of mail. People pause, examine, open
carefully, admire, and read.
Crane's unmatched quality and
craftsmanship set the standard for
Personalized Stationery, ensuring
your correspondence is always
memorable and meaningful.


Handcrafted

Hand craftsmanship is a rare attribute today; however, it continues to define Crane’s products. Approximately 40 pairs of hands physically touch an average personalized stationery order on its journey through our factory. From engraving plate making to gold leafing, and hand painted bordering to envelope lining, each specialized step is an art form all its own, setting Crane Stationery apart and ensuring your message will leave a lasting impression every time.

Meet the Maker

Dan Morgan
Meet Dan Morgan, Typesetter Extraordinaire. In a previous life, Dan worked in a photo lab. Now, the Donaldson, PA, native uses his keen eye for detail as a typesetter in our factory.

What exactly does a typesetter do? A typesetter’s job is to make a customer’s stationery design work for what they want — even when they may not know it’s what they want. For example, we have requests sometimes to “please use your discretion and make it look good.” I love those types of jobs, because I can use my creativity and tweak the layout or sizes to make it look great. I write those job numbers down and check after a few weeks to see if they’ve returned the proof and what comments they had about the design I came up with.

Do you have a favorite or memorable design? Well, every job is special for somebody — we all want to make our mark. I did enjoy working on an order featuring an engraved Redskins helmet logo, because I’m a football fan.

Since you’re looking at type styles all day, do you find yourself critiquing them when you’re not working? [Laughs.] I do. When I’m driving, I’ll notice the fonts on highway signs.