national stationery show: best of the rest

by Grace Bonney

Good morning guys! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday weekend and were able to rest up and recover. I’m still adjusting to the heat here (time to break out the AC units), so until I can cool down my apartment, I thought I’d share some final photos from last week’s national stationery show. These were my final photos from the event, so I hope you’ll enjoy them. xo, grace

Image above: Floral cards from Fawnsberg

Pretty gift wrap from Belle & Union

I loved these cards from Bowerbox Press

Awesome alphabet city prints from Mr. Boddington’s Studio. The LA print has “juice cleanse” for the letter J.

More new stationery continues after the jump . . .

These horse cards from Mr. Boddington’s Studio were so gorgeous.

Sweet little foodie stationery sets from Alee & Press

Cute notecards and notepads from Belle & Union

More pretty pieces from the Fawnsberg booth

I loved this little tomato plant card from Tella Press

SimpleSong makes the sweetest note lists

These library-inspired cards from Paper & Cup were a favorite of mine. (represented by Crow & Canary)

Colorful prints from Banquet in Vancouver

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