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You know it’s going to be a good week when Paperless Post is launching not one but two design collaborations. “We’re really excited about both partners and have been admiring them for some time,” Christina Hathaway, Paperless Post’s partnerships manager, told me. Ashley G launches today. The collection makes the most …

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I can barely believe Night Owl Paper Goods turns 8 today — and the Birmingham, “Owlabama,” house of letterpress & wood is celebrating with their biggest sale of the year! Tonight until 11:59 p.m. CST, they’re offering a whopping 25% off all Night Owl Paper Goods designs. That is a …

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Bar and Bat Mitzvah season is upon us — at least in my town — and these designs from b.t. elements promise only the very coolest affairs. I love the use of layering, glittered paper, foil and embellishments — every element is always carefully selected for a refined effect that is …

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I recently had the chance of getting better acquainted with StationeryHQ & their services when putting together the spring issue of Stationery Trends. That edition features a Behind the Scenes story (unfortunately not printed in its entirety in the ST archives — though you can subscribe or contact Great American Media Services for a …

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Sometimes the most meaningful things in life take a while to bloom — like the colorful The Pink Orange of Schenectady, New York, established by Rebecca Ashby. Although Rebecca developed her paper crush as a child during trips to the stationery shop after ballet class, the road to establishing her own brand …

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If you ever thought that fairy tales are only for children, this enchanting letterpressed suite from Abbey Malcolm Letterpress + Design immediately dashes those horrid doubts. Everything about it is downright dreamy: the neon edge painting; the ethereal, hand-drawn florals; the three-color palette that feels positively fauvist (and becomes all the …

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Jenny Morgan of A Fresh Bunch (AFB) wrote me last week with a problem — a good problem to have — but a problem nonetheless:  “Attached please find a little ‘ad’ calling for applications from stationery designers interested in licensing work,” she wrote. “AFB is swamped right now with stationery, invitation …

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