Loving the new Spring releases from Modern Lore! The collection features copper foil stamped text paired with textured paper and contemporary photography from artists like Victoria Smith and Lisa Congdon. You might even recognize a few of the images – I’m beyond thrilled to have a few of my photographs in the collection! And for those of you attending the National Stationery Show you can check the new cards out in person in Booth 1662!
Check out more over at Modern Lore!
It’s here! The 2015 National Stationery Show is underway – and I can’t wait to share some booth photos with you! But first I wanted to share some of the new Spring releases from 9th Letter Press – who sadly isn’t at the show this year. Instead 9th Letter Press sent an amazing box to retailers across the country with new cards (including copper foil!) as well as gift tags, wrapping sheets and a new calendar!
More over on 9th Letter Press!
Photo Credits: 9th Letter Press
After all of these sneak peeks I’m so excited to see everything in person at the 2015 National Stationery Show – starting this Sunday! Wild Ink Press is making their 5th appearance and the show and will have over 40 new designs debuting this weekend, including greeting cards, gift wrap, and coordinating boxed notes. Some of the new designs include a collections line and kid cards inspired by a request from our very own Emily, with 12 total designs – 6 vehicles and 6 animals. I’m particularly excited about the foil and flood card line below – hello copper foil!
Photo Credits: Wild Ink Press
This might just be my favorite NSS 2015 sneak peek yet! Meg from Belle & Union sent over a few of her newest offerings – everything from a genius new recipe greeting card series, to the most adorable pencil bag EVER, to letterpress journals, to cake toppers and pie picks! Meg also has some special goodies for the holidays, including new gift wrap, laser cut holiday garnishes (perfect for adorning presents or the tree!), and a holiday tea towel!
Seriously – how adorable is this pencil bag?!?
Photo Credits: Belle & Union
Today I’m happy to be sharing the work of Bohemian Ink of North Carolina. Jessica Gatlyn’s work caught my eye immediately, with its wild and energetic lines. Jessica specializes in modern calligraphy, but there’s something about the aesthetic of her work that has me picturing the romances of Jane Austen novels. I’m sure I’m not alone on that one. Take a look at her work and see for yourself! – Julie
For more from Bohemian Ink, visit Jessica’s website and Instagram. You can also find Jessica and her husband over at Riverfolk Films creating film, motion graphics, and design.
Photo credits: 1, 3 left Forged in the North; 2, 5 Anna Naphtali; 3 right, 4 Almond Leaf Studios; 6 left Brian Schindler, right Corbin Gurkin Photography