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27 articles tagged as gold foil

I can’t think of a better way to wake up this Monday morning than with some extreme prettiness from Snow & Graham. First, their National Stationery Show mailer. Mine has not arrived yet, but I can’t wait to check it out — I always love reading Ebony’s picks for NYC, and …

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Over the years, I’ve noticed an interesting mob mentality to trade shows, namely, if you are walking a fairly quiet aisle and see a crowd in a booth, you’re going to stop and see what it’s about — regardless of what’s being sold! That’s just human nature, but it’s no …

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I am gearing up to head to Americasmart on Friday for the weekend, and getting goodies like this in my in-box is just building my anticipation. This new quartet of cards that Jason at J. Falkner shared with me put a fresh spin on gold foil, adding a glimmer of sophisticated shine without going over-the-top. Love …

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Just when you thought you didn’t have to rush to Target — it’s nearly that time of year again! On November 1, Sugar Paper Los Angeles brings its stripes, polka dots, gold foil and general sense of fabulous to all 1700 stores as well as online with a dynamic range …

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With its quick turnaround times, stationery is uniquely equipped to quickly reflect current events — and unlike GIFs or Facebook posts, it can reflect the American psyche for posterity. Take these Love Wins art prints from Smock, released just a few short weeks after the historic Supreme Court ruling on June 26. …

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Portland has given America so much in the past several years — Portlandia, moustaches, bicycles — not to mention lots and lots of letterpressers. Now stationer Karina Lopez of Darling Distraction has unveiled a stationery line that’s part Palm Beach, part Lisa Frank, part gold-foiled and completely adorable!  “When I …

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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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