We’re moving full speed ahead with recaps from this year’s National Stationery ShowÂ with another set of talentedÂ exhibitors!Â First up for today, a bright and happy (neon!) booth packed with modern screen printed stationery from The Paper Cub Co.
The team at 9th Letter Press never misses a single detail, with a booth filled with beautiful letterpress stationery and homey hospitality-inspired details (all those pineapples!). I’m loving their new letterpress coupon cards (particularly the babysitting card) and gorgeous gold foil greeting cards!
The Thimblepress booth was packed full of color â€“ from letterpress greeting cards to confetti packs to illustrated notepads!
Is it possible to love every single thing in a booth? Because that’s pretty much what happened at Sugar Paper. Those new gold foil binders and notebooks!!
I’ve been a fan of Little Low Studio for a couple of years, but this year they made their trade show debut with an adorable booth packed full of illustrated greeting cards, art prints, calendars, and heirloom wood boxes!
Janet and Stu from Three Potato Four might actually be the coolest people on the planet. I’m constantly amazed by their ability to reinvent everyday objects, from keychains to chalkboards!
Genius art prints reproduced from original antique portraits and sweet banners printed on linen!
MyÂ husband would love these wood keepsake boxes!
The ladies of The Social Type produced one of my new favorite combinations at this year’s show: marbleized paper and gold foil! I’m also loving their new matchboxes and notebooks!
Lots of modern letterpress greeting cards and prints from Kiss & Punch Designs!
It was so great to finally meet Jen from Starshaped Press at this year’s show! All of the stationery â€“ from cards to art prints â€“ from Starshaped Press is produced using antique metal and wood type!
Fawn Paper Co. was another newÂ exhibitor at this year’s show, with a collection of illustrated and hand lettered stationery!
Finally (for today), Dear Hancock! I’m such a huge fan of their illustrated greeting cards and calendars â€“ the new 2015 desk calendar featuring the (imagined) desks of historical women is pure genius. I love the way they created Amelia Earhart’s (imagined) desk for this year’s booth design!
I’ll be back with more from the 2014 National Stationery Show tomorrow â€“ but first, photos from Paper Party 2014 coming up in just a bit!
Photo Credits: Oh So Beautiful Paper