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8 articles tagged as recycled paper

Spring is finally, finally making its presence known! Mirroring the wondrous happenings occurring outside our windows and even beneath our feet, Klinger Creative‘s new Forest Floor collection offers a fantastical, parallel stationery universe in which to house our most magical correspondence. “Forest Floor celebrates the lushness and imagination of the …

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If you still haven’t picked up Valentines, well, it’s about time to get on that. And your love will love these vibrant, hand-lettered designs from Aqua Birch. They’re punny, sweet, with just the right amount of spark — and since their creator Laura James is a military spouse, she takes pride …

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Everyone wants everything customized these days, but custom doesn’t always mean quality. So I was thrilled when Bookblock Original reached out to me offering to craft my very own The Paper Chronicles notebook … and the execution is indeed top-notch! The process couldn’t be simpler: just upload your image, choose …

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Meet Cat Pants Studio, the brainchild of Olympia, Washington, designer and artist Sara Gettys. Launched late last summer, her aesthetic is cheeky and bright and features lots of critters, from slugs to otters to bison. The entire range is named after Sara’s beloved cat, Furdinand Gettys — who, like the company …

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There’s still time to order something really thoughtful for mom — as opposed to a last-minute, panicked jaunt to the mall — so today I’ve got lots of options to do just that! First up I have several designs from teNeues — who returns to National Stationery Show, Booth 1624, this year.   …

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Ready for some Tuesday morning eye candy? Check out these new Pattern Packs from Xenia Taler. They’re designed to be kept on hand to suit a variety of occasions, with beguiling imagery drawn from Xenia’s extensive archive of original hand-painted tiles. I think you’ll agree that there’s a real hoarding danger here, …

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You’ve seen one journal, you’ve seen them all, right? Wrong! While the resurgence in journals + notebooks (especially and even amongst tech-industry types) is evidence of a cultural shift dubbed by New Yorker contributor David Sax the revenge of analog, makers are infusing journals with their own personal stamp. Here are three …

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