A Day in the Life: Sarah Schwartz

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Hi there, I’m Sarah Schwartz and I am the editor-in-chief (and founding editor) of Stationery Trends, the Trends Editor for Gift Shop Magazine — and I also blog at ThePaperChronicles.com.

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The right paper selection can make or break your next print job

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After hours of designing, you find yourself ready to print. Taking the leap to create a tactile and memorable print project is not an easy task. It is important to carefully consider and select the best paper and the right printer that will compliment the look and feel of your design.

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27th Annual LOUIE Awards judges announced

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Chris Harrold, Mohawk’s Vice President of Business Development & Creative Director, has been selected to jury the 27th Annual LOUIE Awards. Officially known as the International Greeting Card Awards Competition, the LOUIEs are named after Louis Prang, the German-born lithographer credited with the birth of the U.S. Christmas card in the 1870s.

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The fundamentals behind A. Marcus Group’s 2014 holiday gift

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The basis for almost any design begins with the six principles – balance, proximity, alignment, repetition, contrast and space. For their 2014 Holiday gift to clients, A. Marcus Group revisited these fundamentals using simple geometric shapes, resulting in simply beautiful designs.

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2015: A year of beautiful calendars

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It’s a new year and that means making resolutions and setting new goals. With this fresh new start, you’ll want to keep track of your progress. At Felt & Wire, we love calendars—they help us stay focused, keep us organized, and the calendars we have in the office are really quite beautiful.

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An Alphabet of Sorts

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Imagine an alphabet book in which each letter is composed of printers ornaments, arranged by hand and then letterpress printed. “An Alphabet of Sorts” is a feast for the eyes, especially for fans of letterpress and typography.

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