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Here’s the perfect birthday card to give your favorite practical joker — or to send if you are that joker. Cards from Joker Greeting look just like any other musical greeting card, with one important difference. Once the button to press to play the song is pressed, the song plays and …

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I’m an utter geek for visual puns & pop culture references, so I can’t resist TAY HAM. All are delightfully & lovingly hand-illustrated by Taylor Hamilton in Wilmington, North Carolina. All are 100% made in the USA, and plans are underway to create signature prints of some of their most popular …

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I am still slowly winding my way through all my National Stationery Show photos and couldn’t not share a few favorite cards here. First up we have this letterpressed missive from BenchPressed. What went down exactly? I’m not sure, that’s Classified. $4.95. Who else is glad the holidays are six …

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Now, don’t get me wrong —Engage!15 was beyond incredible, and Mexico was absolutely magnífico, but I’ve had a few first-world fires to put out since my return. I picked up a nasty virus on the plane home that I suspect may have gone bronchial, I have roughly 500 emails staring back at …

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I’d never heard of typewriter art before the Chelleline Geek line was brought to my attention, but now that I know about it, I don’t know how I lived without that knowledge! The line features typewriter art (ASCII), that is, images created solely using keyboard symbols. “The cards hearken back …

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One of the design truisms I came away from National Stationery Show with is that a great vision is that much greater when presented in a series. Just witness this small sampling. Penelope’s Press makes a bride’s thank-yous for all her service providers simple and stylish with this clever letterpressed range, …

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As the principal writer of the Declaration of Independence, the third President of the U.S., purchaser of the Louisiana Territory and ardent proponent of democracy and individual rights, Thomas Jefferson was accomplished in a way few are today. His perspective and insights continue to shape modern American thought and ideals. Jason …

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Good morning! Let’s get cracking on this last batch of National Stationery Show mailers! It’s a big one, so sit back & relax. First up we have Wishbone Letterpress, which promises not only wizardry and trickery, but paper sickery in Booth #2162. I love its stark, spellbinding simplicity. Jenipher of Nightly …

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