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Stationery show 2007: part two

Ah..Here it comes again from design*sponge..Perfect !! Somebody shoot me !!

.: ( all text and images via design*sponge ) :.

today is my final day of stationery show coverage- i wish i could go on for weeks about this show but i’ll try to let the pictures do the talking. yesterday someone said to me “it must feel like a highschool reunion at that show” and it’s definitely true- i find the stationery designers to be the friendliest group around- they’re always happy to talk to you and show you what’s new. so, a big thanks to everyone i met at the show- hope to see you all next year. [notepads above from snow & graham]beautiful new wall calendars from snow & graham.

gorgeous metallic designs from little tree press.

i just loved the booth design at tallu-lah. such a pretty little space- i wanted to move right in.

herman yu always shows such wonderfully simple but elegant designs…

delphine was one of my favorite booths at the show- every piece was so elegant and beautifully letterpressed. i loved the tiny squirrel boxes and woodland cards- not to mention the “bonjour” bird.

vintage fabric clocks from pamela barsky.

adorable little salmon colored cards from millimeter/milligram.

without a doubt stacy pancake‘s booth is always in my top three. she’s just about the coolest girl around and i always, always love her cards. this year stacy decided to go green and is now printing all of her cards on recycled paper (with 100% biodegradable bags)- she also introduced a fun series with red lentils, black eyed peas and macaroni on them. my personal favs are the ones with the simplest images: the single tea bag, candles and especially the daisies. her word is just plain lovely.

right across from stacy was the beautiful peculiar pair press booth- they showed a lovely series of wrapping papers, insect cards, and intricately detailed and letterpressed greeting cards.

there was a german company called parkhaus berlin that showed beautiful felt pieces. i loved these egg cozies.

more lovely cards from binth– i loved the purples they used this year.

jean at eieio studio released a fun series of cards with variations on the word “love”. simple but sweet.

leigh at jezebel introduced a seriously cute line of baby t-shirts. with everyone i know having babies this year i’m gonna have to stock up on these.

kelly green and yellow at egg press– popular colors this year.

more prints and cards from hammerpress

amy ruppel (who i got to meet in person!) paperweights from popink.

yellow floral notebooks from snow & graham.

new animal cards from sesame letterpress.

fun little fortune packs from rosebud design studio. open them up and you’ve got weeks and weeks’ worth of fortune-cookie style fortunes inside. so cute.

adorable children’s wall art from whimsy press.

these gorgeous notebooks are part of paper+cup press’ new office line. you’re going to love the new collection- it’s full of sophisticated products with a fun little girly spin to them.

notebooks (that will have hot pink binding rather than red when they launch) from see jane work‘s signature line of office accessories.

beautiful designs for children by mel lim.

flirty hair pins from the lovely kelly at relish.

more cuteness from night owl paper goods.

a festival of yellow at elum.

i love jill bliss‘ stitched wallets…

lisa at good on paper could not be any cuter. and neither could her “little peanut” baby designs…

fun little coasters from the lovely jacinta of allymoon.

missing a name for these, will find asap…loved the bright colors they used in their papers.

perfect little ladybug cards from jane at foxy&winston.

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