Posts Tagged ‘Paper Goods’

Quill and Fox

Who doesn’t love a terrarium? These sweet terrarium illustrated postcards by Oregan based Etsy store Quill and Fox are injecting a burst of spring and Victorian magic into my Sunday morning living room. Check out the brands other designs – they kind of have a Rifle Paper Co. aesthetic about them – with similar blousy […] Read more…

Keeping Calm and Carrying On…

Kind of have my foot back in the world of the functioning this week… although my brain is whirring with an insane amount of trips I am making for work in the next few months, Paris, New York, Germany and India [again] whilst moving into and re-decorating our new home, organising my wedding and [helping] […] Read more…

Write Every Day

A sweet and inspirational pocket planner illustrated by American artist Jessica Hische. The Art Deco-inspired interior planner pages include full-page typographical illustrations by Hische of quotations by Emily Dickinson (“Forever is Composed of Nows”), Emily Bronte (“I’ve dreamt in my life dreams that have stayed with me”), John Gardner, Anthony D’Angelo, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and […] Read more…

Mini-Wreath Cards

I love the idea of these easy to make, unique Christmas cards from Frolic, what a great idea! They are inexpensive and have that festive feeling the annual card writing day should have. A twist on the traditional card, with their sweet twine strings they can be used as decorations on the tree, or to […] Read more…

Future Heirlooms

Next year is a big year for my group of friends and myself… three weddings – two in England and one abroad in India, respective bachelor/ette parties, nearly everyone is turning 30 and we are buying our first home. Because it’s spurred a feeling of sentimentality, commemorating and nesting in me, I’ve been eyeing heirloom […] Read more…

La Lune, La Terre

There is a wonderful synergy and poignancy attached to these prints ‘La Lune’ and ‘La Terre’ by graphic designer Double Merrick. Inspired by old classroom wall-charts, these fantastic prints began life as an experiment in replicating old printing techniques, mixing the analogue and the digital. Which would you choose? (I’d go for La Lune) Read more…

Pocket Calendar

Now that the days and the nights are becoming cooler and darker it’s easy to start seeing the end of the year ahead – I know it’s still too early to start thinking about calendars but I can’t resist this 3-pack of pocket calendars from Swedish illustrator Sandra Juto – cute, cute, cute! Read more…

Holly’s Houses

This is such a charming and old fashioned idea for modern people. Holly Anne Rolf creates rubber stamps based on images of your home’s exterior for you to use on thank you cards, personal stationery, or gifts. Holly starts with an intricate sketch, be it of your grand home, townhouse, small apartment or tiny studio […] Read more…

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