National Stationery Show 2012, Part 2

As promised, I’m back with more from the National Stationery Show – with a lot still yet to come.  After exhibiting as part of the Ladies of Letterpress booth last year, Elizabeth from Wildhorse Press moved to her own booth full of adorable greeting cards and prints.  I even love the illustrations Elizabeth drew around each group of prints and cards – so sweet!


Wildhorse Press

I couldn’t wait to see the new cards and invitations from Claudia at Fig. 2 Design Studio in person.  I’m completely smitten with the color-dipped initial note cards and new neon gift wrap sheets!


Fig. 2 Design Studio

The booth design from Mr. Boddington’s Studio is always amazing, and this year was no exception – the team covered the walls in huge tissue paper flowers!   Mr. Boddington’s Studio also introduced a lot of new stationery at this year’s show, from patterned boxed stationery sets to day-of wedding stationery like escort cards and table number cards to large-scale wedding guest books and birth certificates.




There were so many beautiful new cards and prints from Sycamore Street Press this year.  I’m loving the pops of color, foil-stamped details, and sweet illustrations!

Sycamore Street Press

Even though they just introduced a ton of new products at NYIGF back in January, Rifle Paper Co. had so many fun new things in their booth for the Stationery Show!  I love the new boxed stationery sets, coasters, gift wrap sheets, and particularly the fun holiday stickers (I’m pretty sure my little niece would be all over those stickers if she had the chance!).



Rifle Paper Co.

Last, but definitely not least for today, fun new goodies from Susy Jack*!  The beautiful new collection includes gorgeous recipe card sets, tea towels, calendars, and cards and notepads featuring Susy’s signature patterns.  So pretty!



Susy Jack*

That’s it for today!  I’ll be back with more from the show tomorrow!

 Photo Credits: Stephen Michael Garey and Nole Garey for Oh So Beautiful Paper; please ask permission prior to reposting any photos.

  1. What a fabulous post, sigh! all the lovely stationery! My purse would have been very empty had I been there but it’s so interesting to see not only the variety of stationery design, but also the design of the stands themselves. My favourite was Wild Horse Press, I loved how Elizabeth added a strong illustrative touch to the walls with the frames and lettering. Inspiring stuff as always 😉

  2. Thank you so much for posting these insider photos. Its hard to get to the show (even though I’m currently in midtown at this moment!)and I would never have seen this awesome paper on display without oh so beautiful paper. I feel so overwhelmed with inspiration!

  3. Nole, thank you so much, as always, for the mention. The show has been great so far – and I’m happy you like the new items.

    It was great seeing you as always – and your photography and coverage is something I look forward to each year. I do the show alone, so I “see” the booths through you!

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