National Stationery Show 2010 : All About Details, Part 3

If you haven’t checked out the first two parts in the All About Details series, then you can find them here and here.

Kamal has such a unique line — I’m really digging the new chipboard invitations and cards, and I loved that she painted her booth a dark color to showcase her goods. Creating a garland using coasters from her collection was a brilliant idea, too.


Erin and I met up with the lovely Carina of Crow & Canary at the Wild Pulp booth — by the way, you should check out Carina’s great coverage of the NSS if you aren’t already. Wild Pulp made their debut at the show this year, and I thought that the booth, which Christopher transported to the show in his pickup truck (!), fit so perfectly with the tone of the Wild Pulp collection. Can you believe that Christopher actually creates the bird nests for his cards by hand? Wow!

Wild Pulp

Jason & Ilira at Rag & Bone Bindery had a great display, which included an outfit with a paper skirt (textile top) that Ilira made the night before the show. That takes paper talent! I was also digging their oh so pretty guest books and liked that they had a project from Jason’s new book on display to hold their business cards.

Rag & Bone Bindery

Unfortunately, because I was so busy poring over Jason’s book, I managed to forget to take pictures of the rest of the booth. Hey, this was my first show, so I can be forgiven, right? Plus, it’s a really cool book! Thankfully, Jason was kind enough to send me some his photos so I can share them with you. Thanks, Jason!

Rag & Bone Bindery
Photo Credit: Jason Thompson

Walking into the Timeless Paper booth was like entering a magical paper world. I loved that Emily and her crew had all of the paper pretties on display just as they would be used at a wedding reception or party. So pretty.

Timeless Paper

The Paper Loop booth was so much fun! Their colorful, wonderfully illustrated cards brought lots of smiles, and I totally wanted to take the cute little bear that was on one wall of their booth with me. Somehow, I doubt that Sara and Rob would’ve been very happy about that.

Paper Loop

Such a pretty, woodland display of the Martha Stewart line at the Crane booth. Would you expect anything less from Martha?

Martha Stewart Crane

photos, with the exception of the ones taken by Jason Thompson, by yours truly

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2 comments on “National Stationery Show 2010 : All About Details, Part 3

  1. Christopher commented //

    Thank you so much for including Wild Pulp, I’m truly flattered! It was great to meet you and Carina there. The show was lots of hard work, but also tons of fun! I’ll have more cards featuring Nest Sculptures coming soon, with a Calendar… and possibly begin offering the actual sculptures also 🙂

  2. Emily @ Timeless Paper commented //

    Thank you so much for stopping by our booth at the NSS! I was wonderful to meet you. We greatly appreciate your photo posts on the Paper Crave blog too! Have a wonderful day.

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