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527 articles written by Sarah

You never really know what an election day holds, especially when you live in a swing state like Ohio, as I do. Last year, my county — Cuyahoga — held up the results of the entire presidential election (sorry about that!), and this year my community — Beachwood — is …

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Watching TV commercials, you would think that Christmas was immanent — as in, a few weeks away — but since that is definitely not the case, I’ve decided to first acknowledge that most elusive card-sending occasion, Thanksgiving. While the Thanksgiving card numbers are bigger than one might guess (15 million, …

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There’s a thousand stories in the big city, so the saying goes, but there are also most likely a thousand stories behind each greeting card line. George White is the president & COO of Up With Paper, probably the first company to turn paper engineering into a miniature art form. The award-winning …

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If you’re planning on getting Halloween cards and haven’t done so yet, now is certainly the time. And appropriately enough, paper-cutting artist extraordinaire Nancy Michalak is having a sale of 5 cards for $20. Nancy’s designs reproduce her orginal papercut collage made using the scherenschnitte technique, a nearly lost art form, which you …

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I was really, really excited to hear a few weeks back that Boatman Geller announced a long-term agreement to exclusively manufacture and distribute the Whitney English Stationery and Gift Collections. I have loved Whitney’s work since I first saw it many years back — I think of her as an arbiter of modern …

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Studio Stories is another new department, which arose out of the idea that I’d like to highlight just what goes into that invitation or birth announcement you get in the mail. Luscious Verde first crossed my radar screen about five years ago, shortly after we premiered Stationery Trends. My phone rang …

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