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5 Days Until the National Stationery Show Scavenger Hunt

Although we will miss our 'far' participants, we are excited to invite you to visit the booths of the 'near' (exhibiting) particapants. The scavenger hunt card list can be picked up at any of the participating booths noted above. After stopped by the Near booths, come by Legions Booth (2774) to store your post cards in the box designed by Flywheel Press.

 Greetings from: Bespoke Letterpress in Sydney, Australia using Colorplan Dark Grey 540gsm, Igloo Letterpress using Corkskin Dark Brown and Haute Papier from D.C. using Lettra Fluorescent White 220#.

ENJOY your weekend!

Enjoy your weekend! We look foward to the National Stationery Show starting Sunday 5/18! Come check out our booth #3330 from Sunday to Wednesday 10am-6pm. 

E is for E cards suck, Farewell Paperie, Crane's Lettra Cover Fluorescent White 220

N is for Notebook Paper, a. favorite DesignRevere Silk Bisque 300gsm

J (The History of), Life is Funny Press, Arches Natural White 640gsm

O is for Opulence, Paper Boat Studios, Kochi Natural 119gsm

Y is for Yogurt, Pepper Press, Coventry Rag Vellum White 320gsm

Board for BINGO

Design? Check.

Creativity? Double Check.

Talent? Triple Check.  

Paper? BINGO!!!

As you pick up all the components for the BINGO FOR TWO at this year's Stationery Show, you'll notice all the chips printed on different substrates. Some of them you've probably heard about, but we're certain there will be quite a few new papers to savor.

As a fine art paper supplier we try to encourage paper lovers to experiment and try something new. For many (most) of the printers and designers involved in the BINGO project, this was their first time using their selected paper. And once you see the results, we think you'll agree how spectacular the paper performed.

Let's start with a key component:The BINGO boards were designed by Fig.2 Design and printed by DWRI Letterpress on Crane's Lettra Cover Fluorescent.  Here are some production shots taken by Dan at DWRI:

The Beauty of Engraving

Have to hand it to Neenah Paper for knocking it out of the park on this one.  They created this site that educates on the history of engraving, features gorgeous engraved work, and has a killer video showing the process.  Worth exploring.

Many of the projects in their gallery were done on Lettra.  

Check out the three dozen other papers we recommend for engraving (or other intaglio processes.)