Thursday, December 8, 2011

Holiday Parties...

Hey pals,

I'll have some new product news for you tomorrow, but I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you all that the holiday season is speeding along, and we still have a handful of goodies that can help you prepare for throwing an awesome cocktail party or gingerbread making challenge right at home with all of your loved ones!

Just come into the shop and follow these simple steps:

Step #1: Grab a pack or two of invites and get them in the mail!

Step #2: Deck those halls. You're going to need some super cute fireplace matches to get that pile of logs a blazin' and letterpress printed coasters to really jazz up the table-top for your guests. Maybe adorn your door with a beautiful paper flower wreath, or use the paper poinsettia kit we have to make individual napkin rings for each of your guests. And you should probably grab a Gingerbread Architect guide too - those houses don't just build themselves, don't cha know?!

Step #3: Bake up some adorable, homemade holiday cookies and bundle them in cellophane with these beautiful gift tags! After all, who doesn't love leaving a good party with a treat for later?

Then all you have to do is get yourself all dressed up, put a big smile on that beautiful face of yours, and greet all your pals as they arrive at the door! Easy as 1, 2, 3!

For more holiday party tips and accessories to get the house ready for guests, come by the shop and chat with us! We love to help dream up decorations, especially when it comes to the holidays.

Lots of love,


  1. Not thrilled with the service today. Went into the shop with my two well-behaved kids--felt very unwelcome. A lady came in with her dog and was salivated over, a guy was thanked profusely for his business, and me? No special bag or warm welcome. Just a buy this overpriced card and get the hell out lady type of service. You need to realize that good customers and lovers of paper come in all shapes and sizes. Not going back. Considering yelping this.

  2. Hello Jackie,

    I just read your comment on our blog and wanted to reach out immediately to apologize for your experience today. We are sincerely sorry for any lack of enthusiasm or service on our part; we truly pride ourselves on our customer service and are heartbroken that you didn't have a positive experience.

    We'd really like to remedy the situation for you, so please shoot us an email at so that we can discuss a way to make this right for you.

    Again, We are truly sorry for your experience and hope we can make things right. We do value each and every one of our customers and thank you for your business. We also appreciate your honest feedback and will use it to ensure this doesn't happen again.

    We look forward to hearing from you and to remedying the situation as best we can.

    All the best,
    Whitney & Samantha, owners