introducing: shhh my darling

April 27, 2012  /  cards, custom, european design, illustration, introducing

I was very pleased to receive an introductory email from Jenny and Gra of SHHH MY DARLING this week. A young Italian creative duo based in Italy, offering unique stationery and gorgeous custom suites. These two are definitely a pair to keep your eyes on, they aren’t currently selling in the US, but I suspect that won’t be the case for long!
I’m also quite excited to begin C&C’s 4th annual National Stationery Show coverage beginning in May. This year I’ll not only be blogging about the show, but also exhibiting with my rep group – I’m exhausted just thinking about it! Luckily, my crazy awesome friend, Amy Ferguson of Old Sweet Song, will be helping out on the blogging front. A more formal introduction of Amy to follow, but I just wanted to reassure you that you won’t be missing out on all the usual May paper goodness you may have come to expect.

{images via shhh my darling}

{2009 national stationery show} debut: junky heirloom

May 16, 2009  /  introducing, national stationery show

Okay, in unison: Ooohhh… Aren’t these the coolest? I can’t wait to check out these foiled paper frames from Junky Heirloom {Booth No. 1344} tomorrow. The company is making their debut at the Stationery Show and I expect that they will be an absolute hit! Check out the rest of their wares here.

introducing: c&c’s new website

March 30, 2009  /  introducing

I couldn’t help but take a moment to gush about my website re-design! The new site just went live today and I couldn’t be more pleased. Many thanks to Allie Creative for her superb design skills and eternal patience.

introducing: mudflap girl 2.0

February 5, 2009  /  introducing, smart mudflap girl

While in Los Angeles last month, I spotted this decal on the back of a truck on the 405. I was instantly smitten and wondered how I’d ever track it down. Serendipitously, I found it the very next day while meeting with a buyer at the legendary Book Soup. Want one of your own? Check out the Smart Mudflap Girl website.