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So I am getting set to head off to AmericasMart, and I couldn’t be more excited to see all the gorgeous new product debuting under its rather large roof! And when it comes to stationery, J. Falkner‘s latest release is not to be missed. “Our summer release is always one …

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July Fourth is a day like none other in these parts. As we celebrate freedom and independence with a healthy dose of rebellion thrown in, I’m sharing some personal favorites that not only honor the land of the free and the home of the brave, but also the plucky, determined …

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As the summer show season gears up, presses large and small are unveiling their new releases. And Helen Edna is no exception. The California house of letterpress, turning one year old this summer, is expanding its lovely range by six cards. Owner Lauren Rolph — who named her company in honor …

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It’s always exciting for me when a stationery company delves into new categories — and the latest release of linen wristlets and clipboards from Shades of Expression Designs are no exception. Perfect for taking along on summer adventures, linen wristlets can stow a lot of essentials at 6″ x 9.5.” …

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One of my favorite spots at National Stationery Show this past February was Emerging Designers — and one of the brightest spots there was Talfoto! Tal Shpantzer’s ethereal blooms have a timeless, painterly quality to them, but they are meticulously photographed at her Greenpoint studio in Brooklyn. I interveiwed Tal …

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Spring is finally, finally making its presence known! Mirroring the wondrous happenings occurring outside our windows and even beneath our feet, Klinger Creative‘s new Forest Floor collection offers a fantastical, parallel stationery universe in which to house our most magical correspondence. “Forest Floor celebrates the lushness and imagination of the …

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Ok, who among you has been decluttering with KonMari? Personally, I organized my entire house last summer, not unlike an OCD reverse version of Pig Pen from Peanuts. Each day I would tear through a closet, chest of drawers, or what have you — but such is the never-ending advent …

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