Sarah

720 articles written by Sarah

It’s always so rewarding to stumble across a gem of a maker — or have her find me, as was the case here. However it happened, Chris of Dotplaid is just such a gem. Evidence of the person behind the paper is most evident in her exquisite hand-made, hand-dyed wares. …

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Fans of OliveBox just got a little more to swoon about: Meet the all-new Seasonal OliveBox! Each package of beautifully curated indie products, oh-so relevant to that season, will arrive once a quarter. And, you get to pick between three themes every season. For today’s debut, choose from Fall Foliage, Wedding …

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Apparently I just scratched the surface with my last obscenity post, so I’ve gathered more gold-foiled, letterpressed and otherwise fancy cussing for your viewing pleasure. Again, a warning: If salty language offends you, this is the not the post for you! First up we have UWP Luxe’s Elegant Profanity boxed …

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Of all my goals, perhaps the most challenging is ensuring that my daughter reaches adulthood as a fellow lover and avid user of stationery. She’s quite the correspondent while at camp, but the rest of the year, not so much. Furthermore — and I’m a bit ashamed to admit this …

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Envelopes have assumed a new importance in the last few years. A greeting card, for example, is no longer defined by its message, imagery and print method — presentation is paramount from the moment you spy it peeking at you from your mailbox. These encasements are deceptively simple — a …

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In case you missed it, the gorgeous new crop of 2018 Simplified Planners from Emily Ley were released yesterday, and they’re already selling out — so now is the time to scoop up yours! I’m of the opinion that Emily led the charge in regards to the entire planner trend, …

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I’ve seen a lot of journals in my time, most created with the typical American approach to consumption: lovely enough to behold and write in, but pretty much intended as single-use repositories for our thoughts. So when CentralCrafts — a seller of bespoke, handcrafted products in U.K.’s Hertfordshire Countryside — …

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