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I have blogged about and covered in print Bridgewater Candle Company’s Light a Candle Feed a Child program, created in partnership with Rice Bowls, a non-profit with a mission to feed and nurture orphaned children worldwide. Through it, each candle sold feeds one child for one day — and so far, Bridgewater has provided …

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I can’t continue my National Stationery Show (NSS) coverage without tipping my hat to the 32 members of the #NSSClassof70 … it is graduation season, after all! The project was generously sponsored & spearheaded by Legion Paper — who donated all the paper for the project — in conjunction with NSS, …

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Over the past few weeks, I have been receiving lots and lots of amazing National Stationery Show mailers. Each is truly a joy to receive as it’s special in its own way, of course, and obviously assembled with care. Pretty postage stamps, calligraphy, letterpress, foil, risography — it’s clear exhibitors have …

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Subscription services tend to be as interesting as their creator, and Danielle Nelson, owner and creator behind Pretty By Post, is pretty passionate about correspondence! When not running her subscription card service for “paper lovers + people lovers” or her virtual assistant business, she is fiercely loyal to her husband, dog, family, …

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I’ve been walking every aisle of National Stationery Show since 1998, which seems like a pretty long time … that is, until you consider that 2016 marks its 70th year! When I first visited as a rather green market editor, it seemed everyone wanted to tell me all about the …

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Oh my gosh, what a time I had in Atlanta! I think I will be on visual overdrive for some time as I make sense of everything I saw. My first incredible find was Carson & Co., exhibiting near the entrance to High Design. This North Carolina-based textile range encompasses …

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It’s only December, but most of you know that for many, planning for National Stationery Show starts nearly as soon as the current one has closed shop. I have the luxury of starting a bit later — and today I’m so, so thrilled to announce a great project for the …

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