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Greetabl: The (Superfine) card that’s also a box

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Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, brings us the story of Greetabl.

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On The Wire: The Perfect (Paper) Accessory

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Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, brings us the story of KL (heart) JF, a card collaboration between Palm Beach stylist Katherine Lande and Jason Arbuckle, creative director of J. Falkner Cards.

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Designing With Paper: From High-Tech to High-Touch

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Great design is great design, regardless of the ultimate function of a printed piece. But the journey from brilliant concept to a stunning printed piece can be a struggle. Just ask Envelopments. For over 20 years the California company has served an enormous and diverse clientele of invitation dealers and designers with the tools they need to build invitations that are anything but ordinary.

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An Invitation to Party Like Animals

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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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Enter to Win: Custom NYC Stationery Store Map

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A while back, I profiled Tucci Cursive’s Boss Like a Lady series on The Paper Chronicles. Liz Tucci and I kept up a casual correspondence, and on April 18, just when National Stationery Show prep was in high gear, Liz reached out again with a fabulous idea.

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Sourcing Originality with Minted

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By involving both creatives and customers in the process, Minted has become a go-to source for well-designed goods.

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