This Just In!

169 articles in category This Just In!

I have often said that there’s a million stories in the aisles of National Stationery Show — and for me, uncovering each is like finding a little treasure. That of Harmony Mill Paperie, who exhibited there for the first time earlier this month, is one of finding your true passion …

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There are so many (valid) complaints these days about how women are depicted in the media. As the mom of an impressionable 13-year-old, they’re definitely not lost on me — so I’m loving the powerful, active and oh-so-beautiful Hip Chicks from Shades of Expression Designs. These lovely ladies, shown here …

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So, today I am 50 — and, as my (older) brother helpfully pointed out, I actually started my 50th year on my last birthday, so technically this one is not that big a deal. Despite that, this is a hard trip around the sun to greet with my usual insouciance, followed …

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It’s hard to believe that National Stationery Show opens its first-ever August doors in just a few short days. Part of what always makes the show special (and unlike any other I’ve encountered) is the unpredictable nature of its exhibitors. You never know just what fresh indie design you will …

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So I am getting set to head off to AmericasMart, and I couldn’t be more excited to see all the gorgeous new product debuting under its rather large roof! And when it comes to stationery, J. Falkner‘s latest release is not to be missed. “Our summer release is always one …

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As the summer show season gears up, presses large and small are unveiling their new releases. And Helen Edna is no exception. The California house of letterpress, turning one year old this summer, is expanding its lovely range by six cards. Owner Lauren Rolph — who named her company in honor …

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“Aren’t paper peeps the best?” That’s what I found myself asking my husband last Friday night after we had dinner with Scott of Sapori Stationery and his partner Mark, who were passing through Cleveland. It was a rhetorical question, but of course he agreed. Sadly, now our paper community is …

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