14 Wild Paper Products: Cards that Celebrate Getting Outdoors

by Amy Azzarito

There’s something about walking through the Javits Center on a beautiful May day that makes me gravitate toward the cards that feature the great outdoors. Luckily, the outdoor/camping trend is still going strong and there were plenty of cards to fit the bill. Max and I spent last week walking the rows at the 2013 National Stationery Show picking our favorite cards and objects that celebrated the outdoors. If there was a card, with a constellation on it, I acted like a little kid in a toy store and begged Max to take a photo. (Keep in mind that due to the nature of the Stationery Show, some of the following items aren’t available to purchase yet.) –Amy Azzarito

(Don’t miss Max’s 15 Cards the Keep it Real: Best of the National Stationery Show)

Image above: Beautiful Hammerpress

Image above: I loved Bison Bookbinding’s constellation card series. These would make the best birthday cards or new baby card. Or wouldn’t it be sweet to frame the signs of a couple getting married. Possibilities are endless. I love a constellation.

Image above: The Great Lakes (represented by Crow & Canary)

Image above: The Great Lakes (represented by Crow & Canary)

Image above: Little wooden buoys from Gold Teeth Brooklyn (We did a sneak peek into Gold Teeth founder Jesse’s Brooklyn home. You can see the full peek right here.) (represented by Crow & Canary)

Image above: Father spelled out in Nautical flags by Iron Curtain. (represented by Crow & Canary)

Image above: Kate & Birdie

Image above: Constellation + animal = yes please! Little Lark (represented by Crow & Canary)

Image above: Nightingale

Image above: Nightingale

Image above: This card made it into Grace’s personal favorite list last year, but it was too good to pass up – from Pepper Press.

Image above: This would make a great thank you note for summer vacation hosts from Pepper Press.

Image above: Sweet father and son bear from Red Cap Cards. (represented by Crow & Canary)

Image above: Fantastically beautiful calendar from Rifle Paper Co.

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