National Stationery Show 2011 – Part 8

I’m back with a few more collections from the National Stationery Show to help brighten up your Monday, with the beautiful images courtesy of Brian Tropiano Photography.  We’re about halfway through the coverage from this year’s National Stationery Show, so let’s get right to a few more booths!  First up today, the ladies of 9SpotMonk with their collection of edgy greeting cards and color-in letterpress clocks and cards.


It’s always a treat to catch up with Shelley and Angela at the Albertine Press and Carta, Inc. booth.  Shelley debuted a two new volumes – pattern cards and city sets – in the letterpress library at the Gift Show back in January, and those new collections made another appearance at the Stationery Show alongside a new collection of holiday cards.

Albertine Press

On the Carta, Inc. side, I’m still loving Angela’s collection of stamp notebooks – not to mention all of her gorgeous Italian ribbon!

Carta, Inc.

Double Bravo was another of the many new exhibitors at this year’s show and was full of little letterpress goodies, from calendars to cards to a clever way of marking newborn baby milestones!

This card is part of a series to help mark baby milestones – sleeping through the night, first steps, eating solid foods, etc.  So much more creative than your standard baby book!

Double Bravo

Over at the May Day Studio booth, Kelly was showing her collection of antique type letterpress note cards and posters, along with patterned handbound journals, coasters, calendars, and notecards.

May Day Studio

I love the vibrancy of L2 Design Collective‘s screen printed note cards – and this year the booth was full of new cards, including some seriously sweet love notes and a bunch of fun holiday cards.

L2 Design Collective

And last up for today – here was lots of activity over at the Aesthetic Movement booth, with collections from Yellow Owl Workshop, Austin Press, Mara Mi, and Set Editions, among others.

Yellow Owl Workshop

Mara Mi

Set Editions

Austin Press

I’ll be back tomorrow with more from the National Stationery Show!

Photo Credits: Brian Tropiano for Oh So Beautiful Paper, please ask permission before reposting.

  1. thank you for posting such nice pictures!!
    i was supposed to go … had my gall bladder out instead : /
    this is almost as good!

  2. thank you for post ing such nice pic tures!!
    i was sup posed to go … had my gall bladder out instead : /
    this is almost as good!

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