nss preview: yellow owl workshop

good morning! today is going to be a busy on- jam packed with great design and some beautiful interiors. there are two bklyn designs videos coming up today (as well as slideshows to go with each), but first i wanted to kick things off with a preview from yellow owl workshop, who will be showing at the national stationery show next week. evan sent over a huge selection of christine’s new work and i cannot wait to see them all in person. this season christine’s added ceramics, cards, a custom pencil, stamp sets and, my favorite, a ‘camp correspondence’ set. i’ll be covering the show as always this year, but if you have a chance to visit yourself, stop by booth #1558 and see all of these great new yellow owl workshop pieces in person. thanks, evan!


  1. Liz Demos says:

    oh grace, every year when I see this nss preview i get more excited about going. thank you for giving me something to look forward to in such a dismal retail year! buying is my favorite thing to do for the store and this year i have had to be so conservative. see you there.

    1. grace says:

      see you there liz! the stationery show is hands down my favorite show of design season ;)

      xo, g

  2. sarah says:

    i LOVE yellow owl. so lovely

  3. Ashley Selby says:

    Wow, these are inspirational! This is a lovely blend of fun images!

  4. polaroid is so cool!! cool show

  5. I’m going to the NSS this year for the first time! I’m so excited!

  6. liz says:

    I love Yellow Owl Workshop!! I’m so excited to see all of her great stuff. Thanks for sharing!

  7. pink mist says:

    i love it all~! everything’s so adorable :D

  8. jo says:

    oh i love y.o.w. her stamp sets are my favorites. can’t wait to check out the new stuff.

  9. christy says:

    Oooo…must have.


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