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The excitement surrounding all these National Stationery Show mailers is definitely contagious, so I’ve got a bunch more for you today! As fresh as a fragrant bouquet, Snow & Graham‘s pretty design arrived in a pale pink envelope accessorized with my favorite USPS bird stamp. It’s actually a mini-folder, with …

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I’ve been getting so many gorgeous mailers for booths at National Stationery Show that I can’t resist ending the week with three more. First up we have Paper Epiphanies, an “unapologetic letterpress studio with a sense of humor.” You know an envelope is fabulously addressed when it impresses an eight-year-old …

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My philosophy on business cards is simple: One can simply never, ever have enough. This goes double if you juggle a few personas — you need to have a card at the ready for each. As a printed extension of the self, you want to leave a chic impression long after …

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For many a small stationery designer, getting an order from Greer CHICAGO is a major milestone on the road to success. It was founded by Chandra Greer with a big-picture goal to “create a place whose purpose was steadfastly positive, a place devoted to good design, good feelings, intelligent thought and …

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It is hard not to be enchanted by Little Low Studio, an Austin studio with wares lovingly illustrated & calligraphed by Caitlin McClain. The range includes irresistible cards ($4.50) as well as prints ($12-$32) — and my personal favorite, canvases ($24-$54). I featured the “From the Garden” canvas a few …

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Although you may not have ever heard her name, you most likely have already seen the work of  Leslie Moak Murray. That is because over the past 20 years, it has graced an enviable body of work — 1,000 greeting cards, as well as 50-100 designs of beverage napkins, magnetic note pads, pocket …

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