envelopes

An Invitation to Party Like Animals

Who wouldn’t love to receive this fun, customized birthday invitation featuring unique illustration, intricate die-cut edges, an accordion fold, and a bright pink envelope liner? With campy crosshatch artwork of black and white wild animals imbibing, we can only imagine this was one heck of a party!

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#Write_On to keep the art of letter writing alive

In a technological era punctuated with e-mail, smart phones, tablets and texts, Mohawk believes strongly in the power of personal expression on paper. That’s why we are proud to support the 2016 Write_On campaign, an initiative designed to support and encourage the act of letter writing.

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Continuing the Season of Gratitude

It’s always considered well-mannered to thank friends, colleagues and loved ones for their thoughtfulness and generosity at any time of year, especially following the holiday season. If you really want to make an impact, send a thoughtful, handwritten, tactile note – instead of the ubiquitous email or text – and your recipient will be charmed that you took the time to share your heartfelt appreciation. A carefully-crafted, handwritten note sets your message apart with distinction and speaks volumes about courtesy.

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On The Wire: Envelopes + Color by Paper Epiphanies

Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chroniclesprofiles Victoria Venturi of Paper Epiphanies and celebrates the envelope.

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Spec Rep Secrets: Start With the Envelope First

As a paper spec rep, my favorite projects to work on with designers were identity systems. They always seem to be the ones that offered the most freedom, especially when it comes to paper specification. Typically, once the design elements are established, the focus turns to print and paper. So when it came time to pick the stocks for Parse & Parcel, I figured I got this. After all, paper is my specialty.  But like a bride to be planning her wedding, I got so caught up in the details that I forgot my own rule when it comes to identity design – start with the envelope first.

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