calendars

18 articles tagged as calendars

It’s been over a month now since National Stationery Show closed its inaugural February doors, and the news that it will return in August is still sinking in! As we prep for the next edition (just around the figurative corner) I wanted to take a look back to review some …

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I love getting lost in the vibrant, animal-filled world that is Gingiber — and if you don’t find yourself needing Stacie’s fabulous wallpapers for Chasing Paper or nursery décor from Land of Nod, these affordable indulgences fill the design void perfectly! First up, enamel pins are the ultimate stocking stuffer …

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Stationery that takes you to little magical worlds will always receive high marks in my book — so I am loving these heavily layered and patterned releases from The Stationery Bakery, all illustrated by Sarah Donovan and then locally printed in Austin, Texas. “I primarily illustrate florals, animals, and eclectic patterns,” she told …

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No visit to National Stationery Show is complete without a quick jaunt through the Best New Product Awards, so let’s back up a bit and begin there, okay? Please pardon all shadows, bad lighting, crooked angles — they are no fault of the product, just my (lack of) photography skills! Here is …

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Welcome to TPC’s fifth — and final — installment of the National Stationery Show’s Insider Guide. Today I’ve got a real treat for you … and lots and lots of standout product, so sit back and get comfortable! First up we have Suzie McKig of Twig & Fig, that famed Berkeley …

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Spend your year with not only an engaging pack of animals, but lots and lots of gold foil on this hanging calendar from Driscoll Design. Each of the dapperly dressed fauna, meticulously and lovingly watercolored by Angela Driscoll, is accompanied by both scientific and not-so-scientific descriptions. I think the ladybug …

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When it comes to telling a great design story, no one does it quite like Snow & Graham. The vibe is a little retro, a little Scandinavian, but very colorful and most cool! No one does flowers quite like them, and I’m especially obsessed with their archival limited-edition art prints, one …

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