We’re moving right along with more awesome booths from the 2012 National Stationery Show! After focusing on some of the newest exhibitors, let’s turn our attention to some of the veterans delivering awesome stationery year after year. First up, Kathryn from Blackbird Letterpress and her growing menagerie of die cut animal cards. Some of the animals even make an appearance on her new calendar designs!
Fugu Fugu Press is another perennial Stationery Show favorite – I love their Scandinavian-meets-Japanese design style, and they always have the cutest letterpress greeting cards!
It’s so fun to see designers doing something a bit different at the Stationery Show, and I can always count on Figs + Ginger to show up with something new and innovative. I already love their collection of laser-engraved wood banners and cake toppers, and the new wood guest books are equally amazing!
Love these pocket-size brass calendar + note pad combination!
Night Owl Paper Goods is another perennial favorite – I always love their cute and quirky letterpress and wood veneer stationery. This year they introduced some fun new recipe card books and notebooks, along with tons of new greeting card designs.
The illustrated cards, prints, and calendars from Dear Hancock just make me happy. My favorite was the new pop-up peony card – perfect for folks like me with cats that like to chew on the real thing!
There’s always so much to see in the One Canoe Two booth, and this year was no exception. New calendars, notebooks, coasters, notepad lists – even new letterpress art prints and card designs!
The Albertine Press and Studio Carta booth is always one of my first destinations at the Stationery Show. I love the travel-inspired notebooks and letterpress card sets from Albertine Press and all the fun new ribbon and twine colors from Studio Carta!
New boxed holiday card sets from Albertine Press
I love the way the ladies of Banquet Atelier + Workshop mix pattern and color throughout their collection, from art prints to greeting cards to gift wrap. I was particularly smitten with the large-scale guest book and temporary tattoos. So fun!
I’ll be back tomorrow with more from the show!
Photo Credits: Stephen Michael Garey and Nole Garey for Oh So Beautiful Paper
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