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national stationery show: cheeky + nautical trends

by Grace Bonney


amy and i have been covering design show trends after the whirlwind that was last weekend’s icff and national stationery show. today we’re getting close to the end of our trend coverage, and are starting off the day with some additional trends we saw at the national stationery show: stationery with a “cheeky” twist and nautical imagery. be sure to check out the full selection of cards after the jump! [image above: nautical “dad” card from hammerpress]


[image above: whale mobile from enormous champion]


[image above: crab card by linda & harriett]


[image above: ship card by hammerpress]


[image above: cheeky coasters from gilah press]

CLICK HERE for the rest of trend roundup after the jump!




[image above: more cheeky coasters, cards, and wine stem tags from gilah press]


[image above: stationery from the hammerpress booth]


[image above: cards from the great lakes]


[image above: more cheeky stationery from sugarcube press]


[image above: underwater themed card from sugarcube press]


[image above: nautical calendars by sesame letterpress]


[image above: whale print by enormous champion]


[image above: whale card by ink + wit]

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