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In this, the unofficial year of the woman, women in stationery are playing an essential role in pushing away meaningless cultural platitudes in favor of more honest, authentic dialogues. Just check out The Infertility Cards from 417 Press — instead of having to hear worthless and sometimes hurtful cliches from well-meaning friends struggling to …

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Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! I’ve always thought that the warm and fuzzy feelings that any holiday generates should endure past that day, and how better to hold onto it than with Best Day Ever? This new American house of stationery is the brainchild of Anne-Marie Faiola, who uses forward-thinking positivity to …

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New for the New Year, San Francisco’s own Sky of Blue Cards has a slew of sensational finds. When a paper company extends into gifts, the transition should feel smooth, like tackling the next chapter in a great book. And that is certainly the case here! CEO and Chief Designer Karla Ebrahimi …

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These days, it’s nearly impossible not to wear one’s politics on one’s figurative sleeve — and I think we can all agree that our stress levels can only benefit at this point from blowing off a little election steam. Coming to the rescue are letterpressed finds from Huckleberry Letterpress, who …

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It’s been a year now since Karla Ebrahimi introduced her LetterBox to rave reviews from Oprah and Forbes, and now the Sky of Blue Cards founder has brilliantly expanded her collection of stationery subscription boxes. First off, meet LetterBox Lite. Karla describes it as “a pared-down version of the original …

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