Today we’re wrapping up the recaps from NYIGF Winter 2013 with one final post – and this time we’re back to my favorite topic! It felt like there were more stationery exhibitors than ever this year, yay! First up for today, the colorful screen printed cards and tea towels from Fisk & Fern. Each design is hand illustrated by Laura and the collection features some of the cutest little characters I’ve ever seen!
Amber from a.favorite design had one of my favorite booth designs of the whole show, with a really fun circus-inspired marquee layout. It was the perfect complement to her wonderful letterpress stationery. Amber’s cards always find the perfect balance between humor and sentiment.
I love the delicate patterns and soft colors from the London-based Caroline Gardner. The collection includes desk sets, magazine holders, photo albums, even storage boxes and candles! So so pretty.
I was thrilled to stumble upon these colorful patterned gift wrap sheets, greeting cards, notebooks, and mugs from another UK-based company called 1973. I need to get my hands on some of the gift wrap in particular, and soon!
I was beyond excited to visit the Tattly booth at NYIGF! I’m such a huge fan of these design-minded temporary tattoos and they most definitely did not disappoint in person. Bonus: the packaging and minimalist booth design was almost as nice as the tattoos themselves!
It was so nice to catch up with Rumi from Winged Wheel. Her new collection of die cut number, letter, and animal cards are such a fun way to send cards and invitations for special occasions from birthdays to anniversaries!
There was so much wonderful color in the Rock Scissor Paper booth. So fitting for these talented LA-based stationers!
Fun bilingual letterpress greeting cards and patterned gift wrap from the ladies of Viva Greetings:
Kim from Austin Press always has the most beautiful vintage-inspired stationery, all letterpress printed on super thick museum board!
Photo Credits: Nole Garey for Oh So Beautiful Paper
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