Opened in 2011, just east of Tampa Bay, Florida’s largest open-water estuary, is the home of Rossi, USA… a wholesale warehouse and distribution center, which brings Italy a little closer. (more…)
AD 1404 papers, are soft, felted-textured papers (referred to as Corona) made for Rossi by Cartiera Magnani. AD 1404 features a subtle deckle and a range of cream, white and pastel colors. In flat and folded cards, card sets, and envelopes. (more…)
Definition of gratitude from Oxford Dictionary:
In English: Syllabification: grat·i·tude. Pronunciation: /ˈɡradəˌt(y) o͞od/
The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. Example: “she expressed her gratitude to the committee for their support”
synonyms: gratefulness, thankfulness, thanks, appreciation (more…)
Kerrisdale Village is on the west side of the city of Vancouver. Called Vancouver’s most charming village, with its brick-paved sidewalks and welcoming spirit, it’s a great place to spend an afternoon. It offers a cornucopia of shops, eateries and services that would rival those of any bustling metropolis, while keeping its quaint village charm and warm spirit. (more…)
A little more than 100 years ago, a group of young women from privileged backgrounds parlayed their status and education into public service. They called their organization the Junior League, in reference to the members’ young ages. (more…)
Central Avenue, heading west from downtown St. Petersburg between 16th and 31st Streets, is the Grand Central District – a thriving designated “Main Street Community” and one of Florida’s newest design districts, with galleries, unique shops and restaurants. Its mission is to create a sense of identity within a mixed-use community and provide on-going economic development. It is also the home of the USA wholesale warehouse and distribution for Rossi1931.
Today, we are very pleased to let our customers and reps in the US and Canada know that as of now, it is possible to place orders from our Florida warehouse on line. (more…)
Be careful not to overlook an important aspect of the gift-giving season: thank-you notes.
The thought behind the thank-you should be equal to, or greater than, the thought that went into the gift. But it does not have to be the chore we all dread. In fact, if you follow the “3” rule, you can have this chore beat in no time.
In 3 days… Ideally the thank you note should be written within 3 days of receiving the gift. However, even if it’s much later, it is still special.
On 3 lines… That’s all it takes. (Not including the salutation or your signature)
Make 3 statements…
· Acknowledge the gift, (“How thoughtful of you to remember that I love teapots.”)
· Explain what you will do with the gift, (“I have a box of Earl Grey that I am dying to try.”)
· Express a future meeting or hope of a meeting, (“Looking forward to seeing you at Jack’s party in a few weeks.”)
That’s it. Sign your note. How easy is that!?
Now, there IS one thing more thing that must be done…but this is the fun part! No matter the occasion, start with the paper, the actual card.
When choosing the perfect stationary, look for one that’s elaborate in detail and intricate in design. Envelop lining and artwork, heavier card stock, decals, embellishments and gold leaf script, always boast well. Once retrieved in the mail, it will stand out from the mundane and make the recipient feel special.
Emily Post suggests,” the letter you write, whether you realize it or not, is always a mirror which reflects your appearance, taste and character.”
What a joy to receive a rare treasure —a handwritten thank you note from a family member or friend. No one has to know just how easy it