Origami is the Japanese word for paper folding.
ORI means to fold and KAMI means paper.
Origami involves the creation of paper forms usually entirely by folding. (more…)
The weather is turning cool and favorite scent and taste is pumpkin spice. We tend to think of the upcoming holidays and the gathering of friends and family around some great meals, presented with a beautiful tablescape of course. But if your budget is tight (and whose isn’t these days), you may be searching for a low cost way to reve up your presentation. Economical acrylic chargers are a great way to instantly elevate your placesetting, but just look how covering the chargers with some decorative paper makes so much more impact. (more…)
LINDY NEWTON’S HANDCRAFTED DECOUPAGED TRAYS
Decoupage is the craft of decorating furniture and objects with cut out paper. The word actually comes from the old French word decouper, meaning to cut out, although variations have been found going back to the early middle ages and before.
If someone had told Jane Means 15 years ago that she would one day be making a living by wrapping up a six-foot rhinoceros for one of the Beatles or a gift for the Queen, she would have thought they were a bit off. Yet, Jane has seen her wrapping company grow from a tiny start-up working out of a spare room into a hugely profitable internationally renowned company, with clients including Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic, Harrods, and celebrities she won’t mention for their privacy. (more…)
For exquisite gift wrapping, bookbinding and book covering, scrapbooking, paper crafts, origami, decoupage, iris folding, card making, gift tags and stationery.
Over the years, we have featured many of our retailers and most often they are brick and mortar stores that we love, many of which also have an on-line “shop”. This time, perhaps for our very first time, we are featuring a totally-on-line retailer: The Paper Tree of Newark, England. (more…)
“Welcome to Sterling Place, where you can find artful objects for gracious giving™ – whether you are giving to someone else or treating yourself.”
The sign says, “Eclectic curiosities and essential goods”. (more…)
Paper Presentation, located in downtown New York City, has been in operation since 1990.
If you can imagine seventeen thousand square feet of wrapping paper, stationery, envelopes, presentation folders, greeting cards , (more…)
It’s the only trade show in the US devoted to the paper and social stationery industry.
Every May, stationers and paper lovers alike gather in New York City at the Javits Center for the National Stationery Show. For three and a half days exhibitors showcase their paper wares, creations and designs—it’s a feast for the eyes. (more…)
Squibb’s Stationers is a rare find; soon to be 88 years old and a pillar in the town of Weston, a suburb of Toronto, it continues to maintain the tradition it’s always been known for: great customer service. They pride themselves on the seemingly outdated fashion of product knowledge, custom ordering and fair pricing. (more…)