Meg Gleason

Moglea's creations are more evocative of an art exhibition than a stationery line One of the greatest treats at National Stationery Show is a visit t... READ MORE »

Right on Target

A luxe brand travels from niche to mass and back again Fourth quarter is an exciting time for the industry, but 2014’s was especially exhilarating ... READ MORE »

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 »

Nicole Bailey

Nicole Bailey
Kreated Moments
Towson, Maryland1. When and how did you start working in this business?
I originally started creating han... READ MORE »

Audrey Hoffman

Audrey Hoffman paper & iMarshall, Michigan1. When and how did you start working in this business?Owning a store has always been a dream, even as I... READ MORE »

Gayle Williams

Gayle WilliamsI Will InvitationsVictoria, Australia1. When and how did you start working in this business? I Will Invitations began in 2005 shortly af... READ MORE »

Staying in Touch

Just like the chic, colorful paper dolls many girls play with during childhood, the fine paper and treasures at the Saratoga Springs, New York, paper ... 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 »

Sugar-Coated Snark

Emily McDowell made the daunting leap into stationery from advertising in 2011. After initially illustrating prints, her first greeting card — which... READ MORE »

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