I’ve been getting so many gorgeous mailers for booths at National Stationery Show that I can’t resist ending the week with three more. First up we have Paper Epiphanies, an “unapologetic letterpress studio with a sense of humor.”
You know an envelope is fabulously addressed when it impresses an eight-year-old — which is precisely the reaction this mailer inspired from mine when we picked it up at my post office box. The ink splatter is a thoughtful, clever touch!
Here’s a peek at this beautifully presented & witty line. Paper Epiphanies is featured in the NSS Lookbook of the spring issue of Stationery Trends. See it all in person in Booth 2363.
Speaking of our spring issue, Katie Leamon is our Designer Profile. She sent a smart black envelope addressed in white via the Royal Mail. It contains a hand-written note, a thick mailer and their latest Looksheet. Each mailer was individually hand printed, using the same process as their cards!
Check out their new and very Luxe Range of cards, notebooks and wrap in Booth 1443. From delicately polka dotted envelopes to marbelized surfaces, not a detail has been overlooked.
What better way to close this post than with the fabulous Smock and Bella Figura? Their mailer is actually three sheets of thick paper richly foiled with beguiling quotations, tucked in an oversized envelope with foil dots across the front and foil stripes peeking from the inside. Wow!
Here’s a glimpse of the letterpressed, foiled and bright treasures to be discovered in Booth 1840!
It’s hard to believe all this magnificence is just a few weeks off. Not a day goes by that I don’t at a least a few more mailers, so I’ll be featuring many more as NSS approaches. Have a great weekend, everyone!