I’m back to highlight a few more of the first-time exhibitors at this year’s National Stationery Show! Today’s round up is full of colorful illustrations and playful hand lettering – plus one booth with a totally different vibe from anything else at the show this year. Let’s start with one of my favorite booths from the show: Frog & Toad Press! They make the sweetest letterpress printed greeting cards, along with pennants and embroidered patches that you’ll be seeing in a separate round up a bit later on.
Fun colors, seriously cute copywriting with a sense of humor, and pretty hand lettering from Friendly Fire Paper. I’m pretty sure I need the art print below in my office!
We saw Boss Dotty Paper Co. in last week’s Lady Power round up, but I couldn’t resist sharing a bit more from this booth! Also, I’m pretty sure La Croix was the food trend at this year’s show.
First time exhibitor Frankie’s Girl came all the way to New York from Sydney, Australia! Aren’t these calligraphy greeting cards so pretty?
The sweetest illustrated stationery from JooJoo Paper, with plenty of florals, animals, and gold foil sprinkled throughout the collection:
Tiny Bones Press was a complete surprise at this year’s show – and I absolutely love their delicate, minimalist vibe. The entire booth was filled with the most beautiful, simple designs in letterpress and gold foil and looked totally different from anything else at the show this year.
Love these colorful matchsticks in tiny glass jars and snarky prize ribbons from Frankie & Claude!
Such a fun preppy, nautical vibe from new-to-me stationers Grove Street Press.
Colorful illustrated cards, gift wrap, notebooks, and notepads from There Will Be Cake:
Cute illustrated cards with a sense of humor from Tylre!
Browse all the booths from this year’s show right here – check back tomorrow for a more favorites from the show!
Photo Credits: Nole Garey and Hannah Nowack for Oh So Beautiful Paper