Gift Guide 2014: Our favorite cards, tags, and gift wrap

They say that it’s the little things that count the most. When it comes to the holiday season, the biggest gifts tend to get all the attention, but it can often be the tiniest of tidings that send the most amount of love. Whether it’s a beautifully selected greeting card with a personal message or a lovingly wrapped present, the little details that fill the holidays are sometimes the ones that we remember the most and hold the dearest. Now that December is finally here and the countdown to Christmas and Hanukkah (and 2015!) has begun, we’ve selected a few cards, tags, and gift wraps from our favorite stationers that are sure to make a lasting impression. These paper lovelies might be small in scale (and in price!), but they’re sure to warm the heart. —Max

  1. Cat Seto says:

    Thank you so much for featuring our Ferme goodies! We’re geeked and flattered to be amongst such wonderful company :)).

  2. Michelle says:

    All of these cards and tags are so sweet! I love all the watercolor and rustic feel, just lovely!

  3. Hillary says:

    Beautiful! I love the vintage and hand-crafted look to all of these. Adorable…

  4. I love how you styled and photographed these. And we’re so flattered to be included in such great company — thank you!

  5. emily says:

    all beautiful pieces of art. I don’t think I could actually write on any of them! I especially love that Ferme tag…stunning.

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