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It’s been far too long since I have done a Letter-Writing Campaign post. I have been neglecting the letters sitting in a neat row on my shelf, but no longer! This adorable, yummy missive hails from Richmond, Virginia — and arrived during #write_on month.It reads: Hi Sarah, Thanks you so much for …

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I have blogged about and covered in print Bridgewater Candle Company’s Light a Candle Feed a Child program, created in partnership with Rice Bowls, a non-profit with a mission to feed and nurture orphaned children worldwide. Through it, each candle sold feeds one child for one day — and so far, Bridgewater has provided …

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I wasn’t kidding when I said I had enough (admittedly not-so-great) images from National Stationery Show to last well into next year. That being said, today is a great day to share the work of three female illustrators/designers with really distinctive (and personality-driven) ranges. Personally, I found it impossible NOT …

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Years ago, a good friend of mine with a stationery company released a notepad reading across the top, “The thing of it is …” Apparently one of his employees always used that phrase — and how better to let loose with one’s inner thoughts? In that same vein comes a stationery …

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To me, the best greeting cards look like no other — and there’s not a range I can think of that’s more distinctive than that carefully crafted by Colleen Attara. Working in her cottage studio, Colleen stitches vibrant images and words together to make creations that tug at the heartstrings with a …

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If you’ve seen the Summer issue of Stationery Trends (the printed version of which is still hitting mailboxes), you’ll know I’m gaga for palm leaves and pineapples — and that is precisely the vibe of July’s Paper by Parcel box!  This month’s oh-s0-pretty parcel is culled from a cutting-edge assortment of …

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