Tag Archives: holiday cards

Wordshop Wednesday: Mélangerie!

Today, thanks to Oh So Beautiful Paper, I discovered the greatness that is Mélangerie. Not only do I dig the Frenchified shop name, but I also get perhaps a little too excited about all of their unique, adorably fun paper goods. And I have a feeling you will, too.

Wanna see why? Yeah, of course you do:

Scratch-‘n-sniff holiday cards? Heck yeah!

State-by-Celebrity Tote Bag: Sorry, but Massachusetts wins because we get Dr. Seuss.

Visit the Mélangerie Etsy shop HERE.

Rock, Scissor, Paper (aka, AWESOME)

ROCK, SCISSOR, PAPER is a wonderful website where you can find woodgrain items such as journals, greeting cards, calendars, and gift tags. You can also find non-woodgrain items that are equally as awesome. Want proof? Well then, I will comply.

WOODGRAIN WONDERS:

AND NON-WOODGRAIN WONDERS:

OWLS MAKE ME HAPPY:

(OK, so it was a little difficult for me to choose between all the ridiculously cute images… I may have gone a bit overboard.)

The lesser of two mind-numbing evils…

I’m not sure which inflicts more of a blow to my head/heart today:

1. the grumbling, tumbling Stock Market due to the House’s rejection of the Bailout plan, or

2. the sight of overstimulating holiday cards already going on display at my local Paper Source store

(*Note: yes, the 1st and 3rd cards are letterpress. Ah!)