The Blog on All Things Stationery

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Dispatches from the worlds of stationery & design

Keeping the art of letter-writing, card-sending and invitation using alive

I’ve written about the very endearing, earth-friendly work from Theresa Hutch of small cloud shop before, well, she put her business aside for five months to craft the White Sage Tarot deck. Created with watercolor and gouache — which “have a mind of their own,” Theresa told me — it …

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In my mind, the whole profanity trend started off a few years back with an odd swear word strategically placed here or there — but has grown into a thundering cacophony of letterpressed, foiled and cursive cursing. But don’t take my word for it — consider the evidence from these …

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Today was the first day of middle school (!) for my sixth grader, so that can only mean one thing … my favorite season is winding down. I’m not quite ready to bid farewell to warm days and welcoming skies yet however, so I’m just going to enjoy these sun-kissed …

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If you haven’t heard of Strathmore Impress from Mohawk yet, well it’s time you did! This paper is brand spanking new for 2017 — but it does the 125-year old Strathmore brand proud. Made with wind power of 100% pure cotton fiber, it’s ideal for letterpress, engraving, offset and, yes, …

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