Day 3 at the National Stationery Show

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Day 3 at the National Stationery Show. Another full day walking the show and learning about all kinds of new products and companies.

Christy Eichers is the founder and owner of regreet. The regreet cards which allow you not only to reuse your greeting cards, but track them as they travel from person to person. You can learn more about how this works by visiting their website. It was especially nice to meet Christy as she is a fellow Minnesotan.

Green Stationery Inc. is also from MN. I spoke with the owner Marianne Cook for a little bit at her delightfully decorated booth of office and stationery supplies. I love her motto, “Good planets are hard to find.”

The ladies at Sandscribbles were very inviting and anxious to share the unique selling point of their cards. Supia lives near the beach and goes there most days to write in the sand. Many days she will incorporate a dog in her photos as they are often taken for walks on the beach. The website has a lot more information and also allows you to place special orders for names, events, words you would like written for your special someone. Very cool! (the photo in the blog is from one of their cards- thank you!).

Letters & Journals received some very warm welcomes (thank you) as well as a few skeptical concerns (Why would anyone launch a magazine?). But overall, the response has been very positive and a few people have shown interest in supporting the magazine through ads and/or sponsorship.

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  1. Cindy (Letters From Midlife) on May 20, 2010 at 1:22 pm

    I envy you going to the stationery show. When I had my little stationery/gift shop I always hoped to make the trip but it didn't happen. Probably just as well because it would have been hard to stay on a budget! lol

  2. Jackie Flaherty on May 21, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    Thanks, Cindy! I feel very fortunate to be able to attend. I will spend the weekend going through all of the press packets and info I picked up at the show. So many fun and exciting things going on in the stationery world!

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