Greeting Card Association

9 articles tagged as Greeting Card Association

So, I am back in the office after spending most of the week at NY NOW and judging the LOUIE Awards. And oh, did I see some eye candy Tuesday and Wednesday! Here are some standouts from the several hundred entries I reviewed — and since judging is blind, I don’t …

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The Greeting Card Association announced the 27th annual crop of LOUIE finalists last week — congratulations to them all! Before the gallery of the finalists is released, I wanted to review a few (well, more than a few actually) standouts from judging. This design from Quilling Card takes a well-deserved seat as a finalist in …

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Christmas cards are big business — and not just in the sense that some 1.6 billion units are purchased each year. Rather, for many companies, specifically stationery companies, they are an opportunity to both thank and dazzle their customers in the fashion with which they are most familiar. Maybe that is why …

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If you are looking for sweet Valentines, look no further than Toronto-based Little Seashell Cards. “My whole life has been about design, composition, colors, inspiration and creativity,” its Lead Designer and Principal Sadaf Kiani told me. “Drawing was my first love, from the time I was four years old. After primary …

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I am wishing all TPC readers a wonderful and delicious Thanksgiving a bit early, as I’m taking next week off. I love getting to unplug with my family and using the time off to appreciate my many blessings — one of which is getting to hobnob with fellow stationery lovers …

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I cannot be the only one getting excited for Halloween. It is always a treat to watch my quiet suburban streets come alive with pumpkins and other decorations, all against a backdrop of colorful and gorgeous fall foliage. Halloween is nowhere near the most popular card-sending holiday, but still, 21 million …

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