Stationary


During the Renaissance, French and Italian nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items. Today quillers are popping up everywhere and the part-craft, part-artform is exploding. We LOVE these hand-quilled cards from, well, um, Quilling Cards. He...

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How amazing are these cards from Masha Dyans? We have all sorts of subjects and illustrations for every taste and...

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These cute note cards¬† are great to have on hand for a quick thank you message or just when you want to drop a line to a good friend. Designer Kate Larsen’s teNeues’ wrapped GreenNotes make delightful gifts for any occasion.  ...

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Wrapped: The Bacon box set comes with three decorative gift boxes, each a different size. These fancy gift boxes are inspired by the classic tale of The Little Piggies, with interiors featuring bricks, sticks, and...

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Artist Ria Charisse, the daughter of a geologist, grew up looking closely at fossils and rock formations. This fascination with natural forms continues as she creates these incredible cast objects. Her Octopus and thorny Starfish designs are shown...

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American Museum of Natural History journals contain lined pages, an elegant antique finish and a ribbon to mark your latest entry. Each cover’s image is taken from the Museum’s unique Rare Book Collection and we think they are not only beautiful, but...

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