birthday cards

30 articles tagged as birthday cards

If you’re reading this, you undoubtedly love cards — but that doesn’t mean you always know what to write inside. Finding the right words during difficult or emotionally fraught situations — especially when they occur during the holidays — can be really, really tough, so I’m really gratified today to share a …

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I wholeheartedly agree with Whitney Houston that children are indeed the future — and when it comes to stationery, our collective destiny is directly linked to nurturing the next generation of card-senders, letter-writers and (physical) invitation senders.  Fortunately, Shades of Expression Designs has embraced this worthy cause with a slew of kid-approved …

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Part of the fun of being a card nerd is that there’s always a new range to discover. Take Nashville’s own Breathless Paper Co. — Jessica and Matt Berinato have been quietly creating great stationery and gifts since 2007. Their mission statement is “to create paper goods that inspire celebration, love …

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So, today I am 50 — and, as my (older) brother helpfully pointed out, I actually started my 50th year on my last birthday, so technically this one is not that big a deal. Despite that, this is a hard trip around the sun to greet with my usual insouciance, followed …

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As the summer show season gears up, presses large and small are unveiling their new releases. And Helen Edna is no exception. The California house of letterpress, turning one year old this summer, is expanding its lovely range by six cards. Owner Lauren Rolph — who named her company in honor …

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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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