Snow & Graham recently launched a lovely new website design to showcase their equally lovely work. No surprise that I found several new paper cravings as I was perusing the new site. Hey, it looks like they’ll have three different calendars for 2009! Some of the Snow & Graham pretties:
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Wonderfully colorful line illustrations decorate the imprintable stationery from Cake + Milk Paperie’s new eco-friendly line, a.k.a. “The Green Line”. Print your own personalized invitations, announcements, and stationery using the imprintables, which are printed on recycled, cover weight kraft paper.
Also featured in “The Green Line” are gocco handprinted moleskine journals, scented flats (neato!), and moneyholders.
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Get a feel for the great outdoors with Love, Elsie’s Forrest collection from Ki Memories. The inspiring designs, which feature acorns, trees, leaves, and other woodsy items, make me want to take a walk in the local park and roast marshmallows over a campfire. Well, I don’t think they’d like me setting a fire in the local park, but you know what I mean.
Designs featured above (clockwise, from top left): Badge, Bonfire, Outdoors, Backwoods (fabric paper…I love it!), Poncho, and Ranger. You can purchase papers, stickers, and more from this collection here.
images from Ki Memories
Egg Press has created not one, but two, calendars for 2009. They have a gorgeous and sophisticated letterpress calendar (excerpts shown above), featuring textures and patterns with pops and hints of color against a chic white backdrop. And they’ve also released a swoonworthy offset printed calendar, containing fantastic, colorful patterns and illustrations. The most difficult thing will be choosing which one to buy.
Excerpts from the offset calendar:
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I’m loving the newest stamps from The Small Object. They’re all so cute! The Handmade stamp would be perfect to put on anything from homemade greeting cards to hang tags to possibly even fabric, and I can totally see myself using the Recipe Writing set to create recipe cards to give as gifts.
images from The Small Object