Little Cat Design Co.

by Grace Bonney

The holidays are right around the corner, and while I dread the idea of crowded stores and holiday shopping, I always look forward to holiday wrapping. The outside of packages is always the most exciting part for me, and with an abundance of great options on the market right now, it makes sitting down to dress up gifts as fun as possible. We’ve got a big roundup of holiday wrapping and card options coming next week, but I wanted to share these beautiful modern designs first. Katherine Long just opened a brand new stationery and paper shop called Little Cat Design Co.┬áIf the name didn’t already sway me (it did), the designs certainly did. Katherine is selling some beautiful posters that double as gift wrap, laser-cut wood tags, pin-back buttons, stamps and all sorts of cute holiday stationery. If you’re like me and like to mix in a little non-traditional holiday style with your cards and wrapping, you’re bound to like this shop. Click here to check out and shop all of Little Cat Design Co.’s offerings online. Thanks, Katherine! xo, grace

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