Nothing adds a touch of class quite like stationery. Stationery is especially important in this digital age. People rarely get mail, so when they do, it’s a special treat. It’s always a good idea to have a collection of note cards in your arsenal.
Now is an especially good time to pick some up from Chapters because they have a sale going on. Here are some that I just picked up!
These Kate Spade cards are beautiful. They are single sheet cards with a matching envelope with striped red lining. They are usually $20, but were on sale in-store for $7.00
These Vera Wang cards are gorgeous! I love the swirling text, and the paper is creamy and thick. These fold over cards go for a whopping $26! But I got them on sale at Chapters for $6.
I bought these cute Naoko cards awhile ago. There are 4 different patterns. Retails for $14.95.
I love calendars. Here are some of my favourites for 2012!
This calendar is by one of my favourite illustrators, Eveline Tarunadjaja. Her calendar sells for $27.00, and features her beautiful illustrations.
The love calendar is a cute way to track your romance for the year. Each heart represents a day that’s been split into 4 parts. Each part represents an activity, cuddling, time together, etc. Shade in daily!
This super cool calendar features a polaroid image per day! Behind the page you get to learn all about the photo.
Ah, lorum ipsum. That old designer stand-by used as placeholder text. So familiar. So…yawn.
These days, there are newer, bolder lorum ipsums made to reflect your love of…
Hipsters: Do you need some text for your website or whatever? *sigh* Okay…Sartorial helvetica vegan master cleanse, food truck salvia four loko messenger bag you probably haven’t heard of them freegan tumblr butcher. Tattooed skateboard art party, salvia gluten-free raw denim organic marfa american apparel gentrify seitan beard whatever helvetica.
Classic Novels Grab a passage from a favourite book! So they began solemnly dancing round and round Alice, every now and then treading on her toes when they passed too close, and waving their forepaws to mark the time, while the Mock Turtle sang this, very slowly and sadly