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Lindsay Liebman

Lindsay LiebmanPaper & PoshMedia, Pa.1. When and how did you start working in this business?I have always said that stationery is a marriage of de... READ MORE »

Sadaf Kiani

Sadaf Kiani Little Seashell Cards 1. When and how did you start working in this business? After years of working as a graphic designer and il... READ MORE »

Say Yes to this Press

For more than 70 years, Kleinfeld Bridal has been a must-visit dress destination for brides, many of whom travel great distances to visit the Manhatta... READ MORE »

A Family Affair

Sweet Paper is more than just an artsy La Jolla, Calif., boutique — it’s also the brainchild of sisters Julie O’Brien and Theresa An... READ MORE »

Patricia Mumau

Like most designers, Patricia Mumau, illustrator/calligrapher, Fawnsberg, is inspired by her surroundings. But her surroundings differ from those of m... 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 »

Sarah Skarda

Sarah SkardaShortpocketsGlen Ellyn, Ill.1. When and how did you start working in this business? I graduated with a degree in graphic design in 2000, a... READ MORE »

Erin Sage Thomas

Erin Sage ThomasBetween the Sheets Co.Dallas, Texas1. When and how did you start working in this business?I've been a print buyer for more than 14... 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 »

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