Gifts for Paper Lovers 2011 : Stationery + Note Cards

11.28.2011 2 Comments

This truly is a wonderful time of the year for paper lovers, isn’t it? Not only do we get to swim in a sea of gorgeous holiday greeting cards, but we also get to spread the love with pretty paper gifts and stocking stuffers for our friends, family …. and ourselves, too! Hey, nothing wrong with picking up a little something for yourself as a reward for choosing such awesome paper goodies for the giftees on your Christmas list.

This week and next week, I’ll be posting plenty of ideas for anyone on your list who has a penchant for paper or who you think might get bitten by the paper bug with a bit of a nudge. Up first is a collection of completely crave-worthy stationery and note cards:

Stationery Note Card Gift Ideas

1. Flanno Family letterpress cards by The Hungry Workshop (a great guy gift idea) 2. Synchronized Swimmers box set by MaeMae Paperie 3. Ikat letterpress note cards by Wild Ink Press 4. Just a Word letterpress note card set by BDR Studio 5. Polish Wycinanki folk art patterned cards by Pressbound 6. Vintage Typewriter “Hello” cards by Sweet Harvey 7. Darjeeling Paisley note cards by Crane & Co.

Stationery Note Cards Holiday Gift Ideas

8. Hip to be Square letterpress flat cards by Starshaped 9. Honey and Bloom assorted cards 10. Stripe & Field Rose + Ink Gingham letterpress stationery 11. Geeo letterpress mini cards + envelopes by Ajalon 12. 80s Mix Tape letterpress cards by Lulu Dee

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2 Responses to “Gifts for Paper Lovers 2011 : Stationery + Note Cards”

  1. rooth says:

    I’d love to buy myself a nice stationery gift for Christmas… I’ve already bought three different sets of Christmas cards!

  2. kristen says:

    You sound like me, rooth!

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