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Ready for more paper beauty? First up we’ve got this lovely foiled bottle of champagne to toast National Stationery Show, courtesy of The Social Type. Hit Booth #2150 on Sunday from 5-6 for Happy Hour & additional show specials! Sugar Paper’s envelope had a nice bulk to it when I picked …

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The excitement surrounding all these National Stationery Show mailers is definitely contagious, so I’ve got a bunch more for you today! As fresh as a fragrant bouquet, Snow & Graham‘s pretty design arrived in a pale pink envelope accessorized with my favorite USPS bird stamp. It’s actually a mini-folder, with …

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My mailbox has been bursting with National Stationery Show mailers, so let’s get started, shall we? First up is Our Heiday, who sent a beautifully addressed burnt orange envelope. Tucked inside was a lovely New York postcard, a P.S. full of show specials, and two gorgeous cards. Patricia makes her …

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For the second time in her (relatively speaking) brief foray into stationery, Emily McDowell has gone viral. Just released last week, her range of Empathy Cards was borne of (bad) experience — Emily was diagnosed with Stage 3 Hodgkin’s lymphoma at age 24. After nine months of chemo and radiation, …

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Ready for some more National Stationery Show mailers? Let’s get started! Blackbird Letterpress’ “Over the Moon” silver-ink-on-black-paper letterpressed masterpiece continues its otherworldly theme on the envelope — and provides a sneak peek of Kathryn’s latest palm-sized offerings. Can’t wait to see them in Booth #2059! Fawn Paper Co.’s mailer takes the travel theme …

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Many letterpressers also create custom invitation suites for special events, and Sky of Blue Cards is no exception. But, if it’s a smaller party that requires 50 invitations or less, the client doesn’t want letterpress, or the design simply doesn’t lend itself to letterpress, CEO & Chief Designer Karla Ebrahimi …

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Back in October, I wrote about Sugar Paper Los Angeles’ Target collection. One of the images I featured included a brass snail letter opener and ruler, and I assumed they were just vintage props. Well, I couldn’t have been more wrong (in a good way) — they were actually a glimpse into …

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I’ve been getting so many gorgeous mailers for booths at National Stationery Show that I can’t resist ending the week with three more. First up we have Paper Epiphanies, an “unapologetic letterpress studio with a sense of humor.” You know an envelope is fabulously addressed when it impresses an eight-year-old …

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