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It’s always exciting for me when a stationery company delves into new categories — and the latest release of linen wristlets and clipboards from Shades of Expression Designs are no exception. Perfect for taking along on summer adventures, linen wristlets can stow a lot of essentials at 6″ x 9.5.” …

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Over the past 20 years, I’ve encountered greeting cards with every possible enhancement you can imagine. Be it sound, QR codes, special apps you have to download, printing methods even *I* am a bit unclear about, embellishments of every conceivable variety … rest assured I have seen them all. However, …

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I have never been to AIGA Design Conference, but I suspect that this announcement from Mohawk was the talk of this year’s edition a few weeks back! The ambitious and expansive Make With Mohawk Campaign is multi-faceted, with both online and offline components creating one very dynamic and inspiring whole. …

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Ok, who among you has been decluttering with KonMari? Personally, I organized my entire house last summer, not unlike an OCD reverse version of Pig Pen from Peanuts. Each day I would tear through a closet, chest of drawers, or what have you — but such is the never-ending advent …

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This International Women’s Day, let’s not overlook all those great women-owned businesses out there — and I can’t think of a better one to highlight than Shades of Expression Designs. Run by three generations of women, this enterprise is a face of the American dream come alive. And, its newest …

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Now that Valentine’s Day has come and gone, we can get back to business … which for stationeristas means celebrating those people who elevate our lives in small ways, everyday. And I can’t think of a better fresh range to do so with than Me You Paper. The brand, which …

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With the new colocation of National Stationery Show with NY NOW, it seems a little surreal to be heading to New York City in February to see it all under one roof. But traveling to New York City I am — tomorrow in fact! — and I’ve got a bevy …

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