Urbanic Faves | A day at the Bay

Ed Note: You guys! I’m so excited to introduce this brand new column from the incredible Audrey of Urbanic Paper Boutique! I’ve long admired Audrey’s amazing eye for stationery, particularly her ability to pull together themed collections in her beautiful store. I’m so lucky to be able to call Audrey a friend, but even luckier that she has agreed to stop by OSBP each month to share some of the things inspiring her each month. Welcome Audrey!! –Nole

Hello OSBP readers! I’m delighted to be here today and launching our new column on Oh So Beautiful Paper. My name is Audrey Woollen and I have a shop in Los Angeles called Urbanic Paper Boutique.  I’ve known Nole for many years (adore her) and love that we share a mutual passion for all things paper. I’ll be here once a month posting a ‘how about’ series, sharing our latest inspiration with you. We’ll be highlighting some of our favorite things from around the shop and beyond. Today we’re kicking off the column with inspiration from a recent family trip to San Francisco.  With adventures in the Ferry Building, Bi-Rite Creamery, Tartine, the Golden Gate Bridge and of course the cable cars – we had a wonderful time exploring and tasting our way through the Bay City! Audrey

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1. Mapnote; 2. Paper Parasol Press Postcard; 3. Hello! Lucky Skyline Note; 4. Lark Press Heart in SF note; 5. Birite Creamery Book; 6. SF City Guide; 7. Tartine Cookbooks; 8. Cavallini Rubber Stamps; 9. Jim Datz print; 10. Ilee Papergoods city cards; 11. Dandelion Chocolate; 12. Albert + Marie SF Poster; 13. Maptote Pouch; 14. Cavallini Eraser

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  1. Love this so much! I’ve followed Urbanic on social media from the east coast and reading about Audrey inspired me to open my own studio! I did last month and I’m happy to say all is going beautifully, I was able to partner with Bella Figura and Smock, I’ve gotten some nice local media coverage, I’m going to the NSS for the first time in May, etc, but I don’t think I would have had the courage to take the leap had I not read about Audrey + Urbanic! Looking forward to this column, and I love OSBP so much (it’s the first page I open on the web every morning)! 🙂

  2. A collab made in heaven 🙂 Can’t wait to read all the followups. Bonus; I have the Brooklyn version of the Jim Datz print– they are phenomenally printed 7-color pieces!

  3. Hi Molly, Thanks so much for your comment and so glad to hear that you have taken the leap! Congrats and very best to you. Hope to see you in NYC this May! *Audrey

  4. Love to see such smart, talented, capable women supporting each other in collaboration!

    A beautiful collection that makes me dream of warmer weather. (And the Bi-Rite Creamery recipe book is divine!)

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