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The big news last week was all about National Stationery Show co-locating with NY NOW’s February edition. It’s still sinking in, but the word I’ve received from show management is that contracts have just started going out to exhibitors, and the response has been positive so far. Before looking ahead …

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Whatever you’re doing, make the time to run to Target to check out their most recent collaboration with Sugar Paper Los Angeles. This co-branded collection is by far their most extensive … and my favorite to date!  Many of the planners and stationery ranges you see in Target’s aisles are …

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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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During this past edition of NY NOW I was able to sneak away from LOUIE Award judging for a bit to visit a handful of booths, including Holstee. I finally got to meet the company’s Dave, who I’d corresponded with but never met in person, and after the show I was pleasantly …

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There is definitely a big buzz going on around Rifle Paper Co. — not that it ever goes away completely. All the LOUIE Awards judges last week at NY NOW were completely gaga over their new planners — and I was lucky enough to get a quick viewing just as the …

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So, my trip to NYC last week was not without drama or adventure. Thanks to a really bad winter storm, my 6:10 am flight last Monday got cancelled — as did my daughter’s school. Luckily, I managed to get on a 4:30 flight that afternoon, which gave us ample time …

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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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