correspondence

36 articles tagged as correspondence

This morning I’ve got a real treat — a beautiful guest post from Deborah Hefter, founder of Envelopments Paper & Print. If you’re not familiar with the brand and what they create in regards of stationery and invitations, it’s time to change that. And it’s not a bit surprising that the woman behind …

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I love it when great things pop into my in-box, like Project Love Letter from Saint Merry: a 10-day challenge to send handwritten happiness to the people you love.   Inside this copper-foiled box are 10 folded cards, each emblazoned with a powerful word: Joyful, Brilliant, Generous, Creative, Authentic, Powerful, Brave, Lovely, Wise and Strong, plus a pretty copper pen. …

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Ready for some Tuesday morning eye candy? Check out these new Pattern Packs from Xenia Taler. They’re designed to be kept on hand to suit a variety of occasions, with beguiling imagery drawn from Xenia’s extensive archive of original hand-painted tiles. I think you’ll agree that there’s a real hoarding danger here, …

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Stationery subscription services certainly abound these days, but this is the first one I’ve come across with an international accent. Meet POST by Katie Leamon, a monthly luxury service bringing with it a bevy of surprises — from hand-printed cards and notesets to gold-foiled notebooks and wrap packs — fresh …

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Continuing my meanderings through High Design at AmericasMart, today I’ve got three fabulous San Francisco makers to share. First off, everyone was gaga (with good reason) for Vintage School Charts from Cavallini & Co. Measuring 28″x40,” they arrive assembled and ready to hang — granting the San Francisco house’s iconic gift …

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Happy New Year! If you don’t have a planner or calendar yet, it’s still not too late — just hop on over to your nearest Office Depot or Office Max and check out the ultra-posh Nicole Miller range from Blue Sky. Combining fashion and function for the modern career woman (that’s …

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