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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

splendid stationery


In honor of Grace's letterpress guide, let's take a look at Etsy papergoods.

Missellz1980 is a prospective CalArts student who makes handbags, paintings, and cards. I'm a fan of her atomic cards (above - $5 for 2) and her hearts cards ($5.50 for 2).


I see an awful lot of bird-themed cards on Etsy. These are crisp, not cutesy.


Reserve these hand-cut cards ($8 for 2) for someone who'll appreciate them.



Kelli McMahon is the artist behind Maydaystudio, a bookbindery and letterpress printer. This journal ($12) has gorgeous marbeled endpapers.


Goodygoody makes cards using letterpress and gocco. These gift tags ($3.50 for 4) are even lovelier in person.


Brooklyn-based FiskandFern make collages and cards. Below, their aquatic cards ($8 for 4).


Susie Ghahremani is an illustrator with an impressive resume and a swell Web site. Her moving announcements ($6 for 10) are charming.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Xavius said...

It's too bad you are not always featured on D*S. Your picks are so classy and they feel fresher than what D*S features. She focuses on pattern so much but this is so much simpler.

8:13 PM  
Blogger bluebird said...

i've really been enjoying all of your posts.

10:33 AM  
Anonymous missellz1980/cutpaperflowers said...

thank you for posting my little cards. would love to send some your way.

12:13 PM  
Blogger Emily said...

Molly, you have excellent taste.

12:43 PM  
Blogger nydampress said...

Hooray for featuring fisk& fern and boygirlparty, two of my favorites! Your posts have been excellent :)

3:33 PM  
Anonymous Molly said...

Thanks to all for the kind words.

Eleanor, your sleepless nights were worth it! Your designs look great, and I'm not surprised that they proved popular.

In your blog, you mentioned that you were meeting with a CalArts counselor. Best of luck.

Molly

10:57 PM  
Blogger may day studio said...

Hi--Thanks for the feature! I just found it today...but what glamourous company to be in!

Kelly

12:59 PM  

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