In my last post, I asked makers to let me share promotions they’ve unveiled in the last week or so here. I didn’t think I’d get much of a response, so it’s been really heartwarming to open email after email and learn all the different ways makers are responding to …

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LOUIE award judging began over a month ago, March 24, in Washington, D.C., but it feels like so much longer ago than that. As much as everything has quickly changed, as uncertain as the future is, I’m all the more grateful to have gotten a few days to hobnob with …

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So, we’re all under quarantine, or self-quarantine, or simply practicing social distancing. Regardless of the semantics, for the moment we’ve all got time on our hands, as well as no small amount of nervous energy! Yet in all the hoopla of the slow coronavirus approach, followed by schools, restaurants and …

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If I’ve been reminded of anything in the past week, it’s how quickly everything can change. Yet the ties that bind us to others still endure, not unlike stationery — one of the few mediums in this new era of social distancing that can still evoke and honor our close …

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Good morning all, I’m so excited to share this (rather long) post with you! When I was approached about a month ago to have The Paper Chronicles sponsor the Best New Product awards at *Noted, I initially thought “no way, no how” as my expertise in this arena has been …

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It’s hard to believe it’s been an entire month (!) since National Stationery Show opened its first doors of the new decade at Javits Center. Reviewing the photos I took, I realized a few things: — As long as people communicate via traditional correspondence, it will continue to evolve to reflect …

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