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What better way to kick off the long July Fourth weekend than with a Constellation & Co. card celebrating independence? Letterpressed by husband and wife team Sara and Brad McNally in their studio and retail space in the Seattle Fisherman’s Terminal — a historic spot that recently celebrated its 100th birthday — this …

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Today’s lovely letter comes from Flint, Michigan. It reads: Hi Sarah, Hope everything is good in your corner of the world. I’m doing my part for the #write_on challenge. I found this monogram card set for the month. My favorite color is green so I had to make sure to …

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Portland has given America so much in the past several years — Portlandia, moustaches, bicycles — not to mention lots and lots of letterpressers. Now stationer Karina Lopez of Darling Distraction has unveiled a stationery line that’s part Palm Beach, part Lisa Frank, part gold-foiled and completely adorable!  “When I …

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In honor of last Friday’s Supreme Court decision, I can’t not share these gorgeous same-sex wedding invitations from Ladyfingers Letterpress that have been festering in my in-box for far too long.   Since love is love and marriage marriage, I really don’t even want to call certain unions same-sex weddings, …

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Here’s the perfect birthday card to give your favorite practical joker — or to send if you are that joker. Cards from Joker Greeting look just like any other musical greeting card, with one important difference. Once the button to press to play the song is pressed, the song plays and …

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Today’s rather stylish package comes from sunny Tampa, Florida. It reads: Hi Sarah, I’m loving your letter-writing campaign & wanted to send some new Matrick and Eve cards your way! — Kaity Thank you so much  for writing in and sponsoring my Letter-Writing Campaign, Kaity! These Hey Nerd flat cards are beyond …

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You’ve seen one journal, you’ve seen them all, right? Wrong! While the resurgence in journals + notebooks (especially and even amongst tech-industry types) is evidence of a cultural shift dubbed by New Yorker contributor David Sax the revenge of analog, makers are infusing journals with their own personal stamp. Here are three …

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