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Paper Goods

"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom." - Anaïs Nin

Cards printed on thick, textured creme linen cardstock, hand-folded. Comes with smooth recycled brown paper in slip cover.

The oddest-looking eagle ever. Offset print, spiralbound, unlined book. On reused brown chipboard, recycled and reused paper inside. 3" x 4.5”, 60 pages.

A very handsome bear. From Portland children's book illustrator, Kate Berube.

Drawn in brown ink and watercolor. Blank greeting card printed with photo quality ink jet printer on acid free off-white watercolor paper, with a white envelope.

The classic notepad from Eberhardt Press. Back in print after a years-long absence.

A beautiful, tall, spiral-bound blank book. Made from all recycled and reused paper. 3.5“x8”, unlined paper, 50 pages.

A nice ride. In pocket journal form.

Made entirely from paper remnants that were too small for all other printing jobs. Yellow covers, blank white pages. 30 pages, quarter-size.

Birds, hanging out.

100% recycled and reused materials, unlined paper, spiralbound, 4.5“x6.5”, 50 pages.

Also available in as a Mini Bird Party.

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A thrush, a chat, or an old world flycatcher...depending on who you ask.

On light blue unlined paper. 100% recycled and reused materials. 3“ x 4.5,” 60 pages.

A ridiculously pretty castle from Hope Amico's Keep Writing letterpress postcard series.

Styled like a grade school Valentine, Corina Dross recontextualizes the classic Smiths lyrics from "Sheila, Take a Bow" to create a stunning card that works as an inspirational ode to being who you are and finding your fellow freaks.  

Printed on crisp 110 lb ivory cardstock, bordered in red, with To and From on the reverse side.

Do the Things That Scare You. A greeting card designed and printed by Shreya Shah in Oakland, California.

Blank inside. Printed on thick, textured creme linen cardstock. Hand-folded, comes in a slipcover with a tan envelope.