With National Stationery Show just a handful of days away, I’ve got one more gorgeous batch of stamps from Legion Paper’s stamp promotion to share. Since Jill at Parse & Parcel has shot many of them, I’ve even got photos. Thanks Jill for letting me share them here, and let’s get going, shall we?
First up, Boss Dotty Paper Co. is all about girl power — and, in this case, risograph printing. Wow! Lindsay at Inklings Paperie has outdone herself with this sweet scratch-off design. The edges are die-cut, the confetti and figure are debossed, the scratch-off has been scratched — looks like the party is ready to go in Booth 1738! When I compiled the Pinterest board with different stamps for this project, I was really hoping we’d get a few of punch-out stamp design on a larger image — and that for Gotamago doesn’t disappoint! “Stop and smell the roses” is in foil, and there is intaglio printing on the rose details. Plus this canine bears an uncanny resemblance to my dog Scout, so I’m completely smitten! This divine die-cut, double-sided design from Hester & Cook features fabulously frothy foiled accents on the text and on some of the design elements. This artwork pays homage to its new Sorbet Party Collection, a big Spring introduction!So, the design from Halifax Paper Hearts is not only on point message-wise, but also a very complex piece of paper engineering! The below is from Stefanie’s original submission. I can’t wait top see this one in person!
I can’t resist showing some more of the new photos Jill just shot. The double-sided letterpress design from Page Stationery looks absolutely incredible! Love the faux bois texture on back. The stamp from Pinwheel Print Shop is utterly adorable as well — just like everything this maker releases! And that from ilootpaperie is definitely swoonworthy! That sharp bruise on back … I can’t even. UWP Luxe never disappoints! Grab a sheet for yourself in Booth 2022 before they’re all gone! Aqua foil? Check! These natural mail enhancements from Fresh Out in Ink are in #fresh Booth #1742. I just knew Good Juju Ink’s stamp would be mesmerizing, and it doesn’t disappoint, down to the last detail! You can just make out the hidden pictures on this letterpressed sheet from Paper Bandit Press. You need the included sheet of red cellophane to make them out clearly.I don’t know about you, but these risograph lips from Smarty Pants Paper Co. are evoking both The Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Rolling Stones for me, a very good thing. Lips! Lips! Lips!The design from The Regional Assembly of Text came out amazing — and is just as clever as the rest of their range. This World Love design from Colleen Attara Studio is not only thought-provoking like all Colleen’s work. but gorgeous in and of itself!I know my readers are among Mama’s Sauce 104K Instagram followers, but just in case you haven’t seen these shots of the Rifle Paper Co. box on the press coming to life, these are incredible as well. Hurry and get one of these babies at Rifle’s booth (#1422) or that of Legion Paper (#1677) before they’re gone! Legion Paper by the way is one many sponsors for this year’s Paper Party. I am so, so happy that Writes for Women is part of this year’s shindig! Looking at Nole’s inspiration board, you know it’s going to be exquisite as always, as well as the show’s can’t-miss event. Oui indeed! Kim from Ramona & Ruth designed the invitation, and not to be too repetitive, but wow!The gift bags were designed by 1canoe2, an art print wall by Mixbook will celebrate women’s empowerment, plus there will be calligraphy demonstrations in partnership with Paper & Ink Arts, and a paper installation in partnership with Legion Paper. Get your ticket here already!