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There’s so much about National Stationery Show that sets it apart from any other trade show, and even after attending for so many years, it’s hard to articulate these qualities to anyone who’s never attended. For four days in February, its aisles offer a dynamic haven for those who love …

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The approach of Halloween can only mean one thing: It’s time to start thinking about those Winter holiday cards. If you’re anything like me, you remember about these far too late (as in, when the first one arrives from someone else), so this year I’m getting mine out of the …

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The custom invitation and announcement industry has undergone dramatic changes the past few decades. The digital printing revolution brought us design powerhouses like Minted, Paperless Post and Shutterfly on the corporate end, as well countless dabblers on Pinterest, Etsy and Instagram on the indie side. Fine Moments is the effort …

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To stationery stalwarts, Egg Press is to letterpress cards what, say, Coach is to handbags: They helped redefine a then-forgotten object to a new glory. The Portland house of letterpress not only churns out a vibrant and rather prolific range of cards, art prints and gift wrap, they also quietly …

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For the second year running, The Greeting Card Association has brought Thinking of You Week to vibrant life, so I’m here to remind you that surely there is at least one person out there who would love to hear from you. Before I continue with the guilt thumbscrews, however, let’s …

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Part of the fun of being a card nerd is that there’s always a new range to discover. Take Nashville’s own Breathless Paper Co. — Jessica and Matt Berinato have been quietly creating great stationery and gifts since 2007. Their mission statement is “to create paper goods that inspire celebration, love …

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So, The Mohawk Show’s call for entries opened April 15 — but if you are anything like me, back in April you were frantically trying to get a handle on all your summer work to get ready for when school let out. Only now, in September, are you finally feeling …

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