Category Archives: paper

Felix Doolittle for Paperless Post

I’m such a fan of Paperless Post, and the company’s endeavors to lend online design of cards and invitations a touch of elegance. Using the site is easy and fun, whether you choose click-and-send or flat print. Not to mention, their roster of designers is top-notch. I’m so pleased to announce that one of my favorite […]

Valentines from In Haus Press

For Valentine’s Day, why not keep it super simple — and pretty — with these striking cards from In Haus Press? Black text on bright white never fails to appeal, and while I’m loving all of the French phrases (très chic), I think I’m indulging in a set of “xoxo” cards. I just hope the pink […]

London Shop: Pedlars

One of my favorite shops at the moment has to be Pedlars, which is based in North Wales but has a retail shop in Notting Hill. (128 Talbot Road, a stone’s throw from Portobello Road.) Long known for its design-lover’s assemblage of clever-yet-quirky British homewares and accessories like Hovis tins and vintage bus blinds, the shop […]

National Stationery Show 2014: Sugar Paper

Though I’m in London, and couldn’t make it to the show this year, I’m eagerly following all things stationery via social media*. Sugar Paper, one of my all-time favorites, has a slew of gorgeous new wares I’m coveting from afar. Like the “California Girl” print, pictured below. I need one, framed + displayed, stat. Plus, […]

Week Seventeen: Simple Pretty Picks / April 2014

  While there are many, many reasons to buy paper goods, sometimes you need to get back to the basics, and amass an arsenal of supplies that will take you from list-making to desk-organizing to birthday-card-sending without having to run to the store every five minutes. It’s Everyday Stationery with a twist, and here’s what […]