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Welcome to my second installment of National Stationery Show highlights! Please pardon all shadows, bad lighting, crooked angles, etc. and we go through these great finds. First up we have lively offerings from The AG Studio. The brilliant designer behind the range, Alison Petrie, told me that print is her new …

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Welcome to TPC’s third installment of the National Stationery Show’s Insider Guide. In the spotlight today: Smudge Ink! This Boston house of letterpress and stationery has a major announcement, co-founder Kate Saliba told me. “We’ve been in transition, as Deb [Bastien] and I sold Smudge Ink. Yes, big news! After much consideration, we decided …

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A few weeks back, TPC posted its first National Stationery Show Insider’s Guide. The idea, which came from Amy Smyth of A Smyth Co., was for exhibitors to share which booths they cannot miss. Now, no one can come to me with a good idea without becoming a part of …

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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 loving the Christmas range of gift tags and cards from Hello!Lucky. The San Francisco house is on a holiday roll with a strong showing of gold foil, letterpress, and marvelous imagery and pattern combined with its signature witty, warm verbiage. Find it all here, or better still, shop …

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Today Hello!Lucky, in collaboration with Recycled Paper Greetings, unveils a playful + punny line of 64 new greeting cards exclusively at Target. The colorful range is just as delightful as the San Francisco boutique brand’s pricier letterpressed offerings — and full of surprises like foil, glitter and debossing.  Each is just $3.99. So …

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It seems like I feel this way about nearly every cover of Stationery Trends, but I really, really adored the image we selected for our winter issue, of Egg Press‘ Social Preparedness Kits. Because of our logo and other verbiage, it can be hard to make a photo work — …

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