10 Delicious Paper Goods for Food


And we’re wrapping up coverage of the 2013 National Stationery Show with our favorite food-related paper good products. In the last couple of years, there have been a increase in recipe cards, recipe boxes and coasters. And this year was no exception. I love the idea of gifting a favorite homemade food gift along with a recipe card.  –Amy Azzarito

More 2013 Stationery Show Coverage:

Image above: Collect your recipes in this book from One Canoe


Image above: These place mats from Kitchen Papers come blank so that you can write your own celebratory message.


Image above: Recipe cards and shopping lists from Belle & Union.

See more of the best of food-related paper products from 2013 NSS after the jump!



Image above: Cake stand papers from Kitchen Papers


Image above: I’ve been a fan of Rifle’s wooden recipe boxes but these colorful tin recipe boxes pack quite a colorful punch.


Image above: Recipe cards from Igloo Press.


Image above: Coasters to put you in the holiday spirit from Pepper Press.


Image above: Well-organized recipe card from
One Canoe.


Image above: Drink and dog coasters from
Rifle.


Image above: Perfect for holiday eggnog – coasters from Iron Curtain.

  1. kaity @ IC says:

    really fun designs! i’m hungry now…

  2. Tia Stockton says:

    These are so cute! Makes me want to cook…

  3. Be Inspired PR says:

    These are such cute and personal ideas! The DIY recipe book is SO cute :)

  4. Aley says:

    These are great! I believe these will be great for Christmas!

  5. Love to coasters from Iron Curtain. Would be great hostess/host gifts.

  6. Jennifer Essad says:

    I’ve been collecting recipe boxes from the 50’s would love to purchase one or two of the ones pictured above

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