2014 Gift Guide: For the Paper and Design Enthusiast

One of my favorite posts from last year’s gift guide featured ideas for aspiring designers and calligraphers. For our final holiday gift guide this year, I’m sharing some ideas for anyone who just loves great design. I realize that probably applies to anyone reading this post right now – so whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for someone else or just want to forward this post to your significant other – here are a few gift ideas!

2014 Gift Guide: For the Design Enthusiast by Oh So Beautiful Paper

1. Handpainted Globe by One Canoe Two for Anthropologie

2. Midori brass ruler (also available here)

3. City of Industry Correspondence Pin Set

4. Notepads from your favorite stationer – I’m a big fan of this The Social Type notepad (in hologram foil!)

5. Ban.do coffee mug

6. + 7. I love giving custom return address stamps as gifts! I’m particularly partial to these designs from Sycamore Street Press and Ladyfingers Letterpress

8. Leather card case (for carrying beautiful business cards!)

9. Three Potato Four Letters and Notes Box

2014 Gift Guide: For the Design Enthusiast by Oh So Beautiful Paper

10. Art is always a wonderful gift! You can find tons of ideas in the OSBP archives here, but right now I’m really loving the black and white Linda & Harriett prints and Minted Foil-Pressed Art â€“ and big bonus: they both come framed!

11. With Lavender and Lace Pressed Flower iPhone Case

12. These Antiquaria Stamp Sets are great for personalizing envelopes or making your own personalized note cards

13. + 14. Stationery – because obviously! I’m a big fan of the stationery sets from Rifle Paper Co., including the Violet Floral Social Stationery Set (shown) and Monarch everyday letter writing sheets, and this Letterquette set from Moglea

15. Notebooks from your favorite stationer –I’m a big fan of the foil stamped notebooks from Sugar Paper (shown) and the city notebooks and notepads from Blackbird Letterpress

16. You really can’t go wrong with anything from the genius Emily McDowell – from her hilarious tote bags to mugs and notepads!


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