Today is the last day for placing orders on the Paperfinger Shop in time for Dec 24th delivery.
We have some great last minute wrapping supplies, stocking stuffers and special gifts! This deadline applies to everything except custom-made goods, but we do have a sweet new e-gift certificate or the classy gift certificate for a custom address stamp.
Two new cards for the holidays:
We’re shipping ’em out same or next business day so you can get right down to your holiday card-writing! Browse the rest of our holiday cards at the shop.
Present & Correct stocks such an appealing collection of desk and paper goods — lots of great gift ideas here.
Animal School Charts (£25.00):
Perforated Notebooks, mmmm (£4.50-8.50):
12 Portuguese Symbol Postcards (£12.75):
I’m a bit in love with this season’s full collection of holiday wrapping at the Paperfinger shop!
Above, antique black tins that we use for packaging our wood-handled custom stamps. They’re so appealing and classy! (Add $11.95 for gift wrapping on any order.)
Below, our newest addition, “Handmade for You” Masking Tape ($15 for a roll of 55 yards):
Get real fancy with custom-made double-face satin ribbon ($200 for 100 yards):
Our best-selling oval kraft gift tags, useful year-round ($10 for 20 labels):
Another new item, the calligraphy kraft wrapping paper, which contains the first verse of the classic holiday carol, The Holly and The Ivy ($12.50 for a 6 ft roll). I’m using this on all my gifts this year! Classy but understated with the black printed words on natural kraft paper:
Last, but not least, the best packing tape for your holiday parcels, “Don’t Open Til Christmas” masking tape ($15 for 55 yards):
One of my best vacation reads was Elizabeth Gilbert’s new novel, The Signature of All Things. Such a delicious, engrossing treat and I can’t help but feel relieved and thrilled for her success with it as I carry her TED Talk in my head so often. Check out that talk if you haven’t watched it yet. And definitely pick up this book!
Sugahara has an inspiring company statement. Here’s an excerpt:
There is a moment when glass, as a liquid under extreme heat, attains its supreme beauty.
That moment is captured, and a form is given to it.
Drawing out the infinite potential of glass to the fullest
Creating a unique shine and flowing forms
To do this,
Craftsmen stand face-to-face with glass each day and listen to its voices.
Waterlife is a silk-screen book, printed by hand on handmade paper with natural dyes in Chennai, India. It is published by Tara Books. There are 3,000 hand-numbered copies available. Author and illustrator Rambharos Jha uses a traditional style of folk painting known as Mithila. Remarkable. You can also find it on Amazon.
(*via Brain Pickings)