Bears Eat Berries is a letterpress design studio located in the East Valley of Phoenix, Arizona. Laura Wentzel uses a foot pedal letterpress to make her gorgeous designs - and I love the logo! I read an interview with her on Poppytalk, which led me to her delightful shop. In addition to a very sweet Mother's Day card (only 11 days away!), the sets of thank you cards and birthday cards are simple but well-designed and therefore perfect to have on hand to send to people. If you place an order before 5/3 on Etsy, use code POPPYTALK to get 15% off! All images credit to Bears Eat Berries.
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Fawnsberg, a company started by two sisters who fell in love with beautiful stationery when writing letters to one another at summer camp, creates notecards and writing sheet sets with gorgeous designs and calligraphy. I was led to Fawnsbery via Olive Box where the "I often think of you" writing sheet set caught my eye - what a lovely sentiment! Also, I adore those return address rubber stamps. Wouldn't they make a great housewarming present? All images credit to Fawnsberg.
Ali has done it again! First she made these awesome Julia Child Notecards, and now she's back with valentines! My favorites are the Red Heart Boots and the Parmigiano Love. I'm hoping to make my own valentines this year (one of my resolutions), but I might just have to send some of these, too. All images credit to Alexandra's Kitchen.
Erin Jang of The Indigo Bunting has designed simple, witty food valentines for Paperless Post this year. I am in love with these designs... the only downside is that these can only be sent electronically. The upside of electronic delivery via Paperless Post is that no advance planning is required!
We always use Paperless Post for invitations to parties, etc. - I love their designs and customization options. For a small fee, you can send and track invitations, access fantastic designs, and customize your invitation in numerous ways including fonts, colors, envelope liners, and stamps.
All images credit to The Indigo Bunting.
I think I have a new favorite stationery line! On a recent trip to Paper-Source (dangerous!), I discovered a stationery line called Natalie Eden out of Seattle. The yellow "Thank You So Much" design pictured below first caught my attention -- I do have a number of thank you notes to write! You can see the entire Natalie Eden collection here and I've included my favorites below. All images credit to Natalie Eden.