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Tag Archive: stationery

What to order now for Christmas: Cards and goodies from Upon a Fold

I’ve blogged about the plethora of paper ephemera and stationery goodness at Sydney-based online shop Upon a Fold before, and at Christmas they really have a knack for tracking down the most unique cards and stunningly beautiful decorations from around the world. Here’s my edit of their new Christmas range: These delicate paper-cut coasters (see […]

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A week of Aussie Etsy: Able and Game

Etsy shop: Able and Game. Who: Anna Blandford (illustrator) and Gareth Meney (techy stuff) from Melbourne, Australia. What: Offbeat and quirky hand-drawn cards, stationery and tea-towels. A welcome antidote to Hallmark humour. Best buys: ‘I don’t have a lazy eye’ tea towel; ‘I’d go to zone 2 for you’ greeting card;  and ‘You’re all sorts […]

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Birdy pick of the week: Upon a Fold cards

For this week’s birdy pick I’ve returned to one of my favourite Sydney-based online shops, Upon a Fold, which showcases an immaculate collection of paper creations from around the world. Stationery nerds will get their geek on over the exquisite range of cards, envelopes and notebooks sourced from Japan and Korea, while design aficionados will […]

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