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Stationery design in the U.K. is so interesting lately — I love coming across quirky fresh designs from on-the-rise houses like Big Jon. According to his ‘about’ page, not only is he 6’5″ — his first word was apparently MOMA! His new Palm Springs collection provides an original take on the bright colors and patterns …

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This adorable textured card comes from Shien-Ru Tso of New York’s Visuals Circles Press, what a lovely watercolored image. Inside it reads: Dear Sarah, I cam across your letter-writing campaign and I had to take part. I’m obsessed with stationery! I love the art of correspondence, everything from finding the perfect paper, …

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Charlotte_Ronson_Tiny Prints Personal Stationery Collection

Stationery can be fashionable, but a range created by a top fashion designer — in this case It Girl Charlotte Ronson — elevates the medium into an entirely new realm. The bright florals, velvet, lace, sophisticated graphics and undercurrent of wit that characterizes her runway apparel has been transmitted into her fabulous …

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p.s. you were right

Sometimes simple is best, especially when conveying a difficult message. For that reason I love these pared-down, striking selections from Penelope’s Press. All three cards, p.s. have patience, p.s. i am sorry, and p.s. you were right are letterpressed by hand in black ink & paired with gray envelopes. $4. Did you …

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Whenever I get the latest batch of MikWright cards, I know I need to drop what I’m doing and review them immediately (out of the presence of any children, that is). This release of old family photos with an unexpected twist of snark is no exception — the real question …

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This special handmade traveled all the way from San Francisco. Lovingly crafted, and cleverly coordinated to the envelope, the maker spent a lot of time making this gorgeous! The card you see on the left is actually comprised of four layers of cardstock — the letter itself was a separate type-written …

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