A few months ago, my trusted desk lamp broke as I was adjusting it. It served me 6 solid years, and Chris even used his electrician chops to make it continue working even without the articulating stand, but that meant propping it up awkwardly in a basket, which made it less effective. This past weekend, Chris gave me a replacement as an early Christmas present, and I tested it out by doing this year's holiday card. The old lamp had a magnifying panel in the middle which my eyes never quite adjusted to, so I'm enjoying that this one is hollow and I can be very close to the paper without blocking the light with my own head.
I printed 30 copies at work and used the cutting station to get them to size (and accidentally cut my knuckle open), and grabbed some envelopes at Paper Source. Now for the writing, addressing, and stamping!
Hannah Dunscombe is a painter and portrait artist based out of Brookline, MA.