paper lovely

After a few years of letterpress mania, I took a little break from buying letterpress or searching it out with quite the same fervor. But lately it’s started to drift back into my mind. I’ve always preferred subtle letterpress where the details were small and dainty, so these pieces from Paper Lovely are right up my alley. While I can’t seem to successfully grow herbs in my own home, the little herb card below would be a nice alternative (or a sweet tiny image to frame). I also love the simplicity of Paper Lovely’s monogrammed notecards. I’m trying to get back into the groove of sending real mail and something like this would certainly help inspire me. And that confetti print bag? I could never resist something that was as cute and colorful as candy. Sign me up for a few, please. Click here to check out and shop Paper Lovely’s full selecion at Etsy, prices range from about $15-$40 for sets and $4.50- $6 for individual cards and tags. xo, grace

More images from Paper Lovely after the jump…

  1. Saretta says:

    I love (love LOVE) note cards and stationary and these are just so sweet I will have to check out Paper Lovely’s Etsy shop!

  2. Lovely! They are a beautiful addition to a thoughtful gift!


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