Business

New Year, New Beginnings

In our last issue, you probably noticed a letter from Stationery Trends’ Publisher Kimberly Baker on some exciting changes that have recently occurr... READ MORE »

Two Decades of Fabulous

When I started working on Stationery Trends’ inaugural spring 2008 issue, as far as I was concerned, there was only one option for our very firs... READ MORE »

What’s Left Behind

Welcome to our Fall Occasions issue! As I write this, summer is winding down —which means so too is the season filled with weddings, barbecues and o... READ MORE »

The Old School Way

Welcome to our annual Design Issue! Picking a favorite issue is like picking a favorite family member, but I’m a little partial to anything that cel... READ MORE »

The Little Pin that Could

In 2012, I moderated a National Stationery Show (NSS) seminar called “Top Bloggers Talk Stationery Trends.” My panel was an impressive group to ge... READ MORE »

In With the New

If there’s one thing that stays consistent in an ever-changing industry, it is a never-ending sense of novelty. In fact, the very first thing I was ... READ MORE »

Birth & Rebirth

Five years ago, I compared launching a magazine to giving birth, a wild ride that’s by turns exhilarating, emotional and painful — and one that ul... READ MORE »

Editor’s Letter

The News Isn't All Bad As I write this, there's no shortage of bad news in the air. The nation is sharply divided over healthcare, unemployment rates... READ MORE »

Summer 2009 Editor’s Letter

It's been said there are a million stories in New York City. Well, there are a million design stories in the stationery and gift industries too, most ... READ MORE »

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