Sigh… the 2013 National Stationery Show is all over, but I’m ready to jump back into my recap coverage from this year’s show! This year’s show seemed to go by in a flash, and looking back through these photos just makes me all the more excited for next year’s show! First up for today, one of my very favorite booths from the show: the ladies of Sugar Paper! Everywhere I turned there was something beautiful to see, from brightly colored greeting cards to pretty patterns and shiny gold foil to crisp kraft paper. Love!
Claudia from Fig. 2 Design Studio had a gorgeous booth (as always) full of some absolutely stunning new cards and gift wrap! I couldn’t get over the colorful patterns and gold foil in the gift wrap, and Claudia also debuted a brand new custom wedding invitation collection with Lindsay Letters. So pretty!
The Sycamore Street Press booth was also full of beautiful stationery, from a new collection of offset printed cards to double-sided gift wrap to a new set of wonderful gold foil baby milestone cards!
Love these gold foil baby milestone cards!
Mr. Boddington’s Studio is known for their avant garde booth designs, and this year they really pulled out all the stops with a HUGE booth that showcased the full range of their collection. I can’t even imagine trying to pick out my favorites from all the beautiful greeting cards, prints, recipe cards, book covers, letter sets, book plates, and gift wrap!
Meg from Belle & Union was back at the show with even more of her sweet and saucy Southern-inspired stationery. It was so great to see all of her new tea towel designs, gift wrap patterns, notebooks, greeting cards – even a new calendar! And how gorgeous are those art prints?!
Finally (for now), lots of colorful greeting cards and coasters from Ross at 55 Hi’s! Each card is letterpress printed or screen printed with the most beautiful saturated color and with lots of fantastic hand lettering!
I’ll be back with more from the 2013 National Stationery Show tomorrow!
Photo Credits: Nole Garey for Oh So Beautiful Paper, please ask permission prior to reposting any photos