Featured Designer: Victoria of Paper Epiphanies

Paper Epiphanies is a gorgeous line of letterpress greeting cards that tell it like it is. Real talk lovingly printed in pretty scripts and well-chosen fonts. When I saw the recently released 4th Trimester collection of cards, I felt like Victoria, the designer behind the line, was talking directly to me. I feel like we…

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Send a little love

The Good Twin We all need a little extra love and a shoulder to lean on every now and again. We need words of encouragement, of affirmation, or sentiments that make us giggle.  As the song says, we get by with a little help from our friends. Some days, small gestures can be grand gestures.…

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Welcome Back

It’s been a crazy few months with my amazing sidekick, Andrea, giving birth to the most beautiful baby boy, and me adjusting to life in a new city while juggling my startup, The Blog Bar. Now, some would think of a break as a bad thing, a “step back”, but we would disagree. That negative viewpoint can…

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Oh Baby!

I’ve had babies on the brain lately, and it’s no wonder as I’ve been spending my days with my little fella, who is just over four months old. We’ve been spoiled with well wishes and cards for our little one. I wanted to share some of my favorites, including this oh-so-lovely card from my penpal…

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Mail More Love

Whether you’re a lover of snail mail already or just an admirer looking to jump in but don’t know where to start, having a kit with everything you may need on hand is a perfect way to begin! Mail More Love, a card subscription box, is a great resource for snail mailers out there looking…

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Featured Designer: Janine Kwoh of Kwohtations

Janine Kwoh is the creative force behind the cleverly named Kwohtations greeting cards. These cards are unique, heartfelt and genuine – cards for occasions that may go unrecognized, cards that celebrate diversity and and provide solace during life’s difficult moments. Some of my favorite sentiments include: I would fail life without you, It’s OK, my shit’s a…

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