Deny it all you want, but we all know one of the best parts about Christmas is, in fact, the cookies! Cookie baking, cookie decorating, cookie exchanging … it all gets you right into that holiday spirit. For those of you who are gifting cookies this year, hosting a cookie swap or just generally want to shout your love for Christmas treats from the rooftop, I’ve rounded up some cards (like the one pictured above from Rock Candie Designs) I know you’ll appreciate.
We all know the food is the real star of the Thanksgiving table, but that doesn’t mean it can’t have some great supporting actors. I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite place cards (like the ones featured above on the top and bottom from Rifle Paper Co.), menus and other favorite paper items that are just begging for their debut alongside that turkey and pumpkin pie.
Pretzels, hot dogs, pizza and bagels — as healthy as you may eat on a daily basis, it’s pretty hard to deny the occasional indulgence in your favorite street food. Many cities are defined by their signature street-side treats, and I think most of us would be lying if we said we didn’t consider street food a guilty pleasure. Today I’ve rounded up my favorite stationery inspired by street food staples (like the card pictured above by Fish Cake Design) , so we can indulge even if a hot dog cart isn’t nearby.
I don’t believe food should be contained in the cafeteria. I think it should be brought to class — in the form of notebooks! So I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite fruit-, sugar- and treat-inspired notebooks (like the ones above from Palas Pandiras) that’ll make you (or your kids) hungry for knowledge.
Have you noticed that the pineapple seems to be the fruit of the moment? Pineapple clothing, pineapple treats, pineapple home decor and how about pineapple stationery? We’re jumping on this fruity train to share our favorite pineapple cards, art prints — even tattoos!
It’s feeling hot, hot, hot out there. We’re certainly feeling the heat — and so is this stationery! There’s no denying that the food world has been buzzing about all things hot sauce, but I’m here today to spice up your snail mail too. If you douse breakfast, lunch and dinner with your beloved spicy sauce of choice, these cards are for you (like the one pictured above from Gotamago).
You know what they say: “If you can’t take the heat ….”
We’ve all heard that “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach,” right? That means there’s a good chance that your dad (or husband or grandfather) likes to be behind the barbecue — or he at least likes eating whatever comes off said grill. We’ve rounded up a few cards for the food-loving father, to go perfectly with that new set of grill tools or that six-pack of beer you got him. Dig in.
Doughnuts. We love ‘em all, don’t we? The frosted, the sprinkle-dipped, the jelly-filled and the good old-fashioned glazed. But how about indulging without the calories? For those fellow doughnut lovers out there, we have some stationery to send, art prints to hang (like the one pictured above from Donut Galleria) and tea towels to use, all dedicated to that perfectly round excuse for devouring dessert for breakfast.
Making a menu for the week saves money and keeps mealtime organized. Of course it’s always much easier to get motivated to plan and organize when you have something pretty to do it with (like the ones above from Laura Drayton Creative) . Here are a few of our favorite menu planners to make getting dinner on the table a breeze.
Valentine’s Day isn’t Valentine’s Day without chocolate, right? This year, don’t just send your sweetie something sweet, but pair it with a little card that extends the sweetness too (like the one above from Little Sloth). Here are our favorite chocolate-filled cards to get your hands on for February 14.