snail mail revolution

8 articles tagged as snail mail revolution

Write_On has sadly come and gone, but just in time for the warmer months, Cardthartic has launched a new promotion: One Note a Week. Nice and easy for summer, all you have to do is write one note a week — and then share it on social media with the …

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Ilootpaperie was started by a set of Pasadena sisters, Alice & Doris, with a mission to steal hearts with their cheeky, colorful musings. Aiding and abetting the cause is Pierre, their stripe-clad mascot. And, they make cute little enamel pins too! The sisters are first-time exhibitors at National Stationery Show this year, …

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For a papergeek like as myself, there’s no pleasure equal to finding a dazzling, brand-new card line.  Willow Berry Studio is the brainchild of Angela Kilpatrick, a textile & surface pattern designer. Her style blends past and present, a beguiling look she calls vintage remix.  “I love hand-drawn motifs, block printing, texture …

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It can be difficult to balance snarky and sweet — the former tends to eclipse the latter — but Flair & Paper manages to navigate that tricky space.  This fun range is described by creator Heyar Padron as her “baby, (her) dream and on occasion, (her) much-needed therapy.” Take a …

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There are subscription services galore out there, but this is the first one I’ve heard of that approaches the art of correspondence so cleverly and thoughtfully. Created by Sky of Blue Cards, LetterBox is a seasonal subscription service that puts the emphasis back on hand-written letters by delivering beautifully curated boxes of …

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Where stationery and fine art collide, there you’ll find Courtney Khail of courtney khail watercolors. Her luxurious range of watercolors, invitations, and stationery walks the line between graphic and handmade for a most beguiling and extraordinary effect. “Each invitation starts with an exclusive painting for my client,” she told me. “Just as no two …

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