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35 articles tagged as birthday cards

It’s always so rewarding to stumble across a gem of a maker — or have her find me, as was the case here. However it happened, Chris of Dotplaid is just such a gem. Evidence of the person behind the paper is most evident in her exquisite hand-made, hand-dyed wares. …

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Of all my goals, perhaps the most challenging is ensuring that my daughter reaches adulthood as a fellow lover and avid user of stationery. She’s quite the correspondent while at camp, but the rest of the year, not so much. Furthermore — and I’m a bit ashamed to admit this …

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The National Stationery Show countdown is officially on! Unbelievably, we are just over 48 hours away — and I’ve got a real jewel to add to your walking list: Graphique de France in Booth #1812. New for NSS are 24 gorgeous greeting cards, part of their second card release of …

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So this year Chic+Nawdie is missing National Stationery Show, for the same reason many of us (including me) have in years past: a new baby! Nhung welcomed her daughter May in February — but that hasn’t slowed her down. In fact, becoming a mother has inspired her to venture into …

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I’m a big fan of truth in advertising, and I can assure you that this particular stationery subscription delivers just what its name promises: Happy Mail! Presented by A Beautiful Mess, a women’s company focused on creating happiness via a homemade lifestyle, my March package arrived last week and was filled …

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Launching today, Fox & Fallow’s lively new Wildflower Collection celebrates Australian botanicals wild and free — and is sure to stir up your own untamed wanderlust. Native flora — from waratahs, wattle and hakea to bottlebrushes, banskias and gum blossoms — are all hand-painted in a soft palette of dusty …

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By now hopefully the Winter Issue of Stationery Trends has hit mailboxes, and I’m beyond smitten with the cover, which comes to us courtesy of Letter Parade. This was one of those images that as soon as I saw it, I knew it would be perfect. From the thick envelopes …

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