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I Heart Stationery: Print. Cut. Fold. Create.

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Artistically designed and artisanally crafted stationery and paper goods are becoming increasingly popular, and this book is a wonderful overview of the best designers, the many techniques, and the most groundbreaking designs used for handcrafted stationery and paper goods. Designed as a tactile, take-anywhere package, this book appeals not only to graphic designers but al ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by Rizzoli (first published February 1st 2012)
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I'm in lust. I want everything in this book! As a big stationery fan, I love how someone's come up with a book documenting the work of some of the designers and crafters who are making and selling stationery today. I Heart Stationery is filled with an assortment of delicious eye candy that is sure to tempt stationery and paper lovers.

The book is divided into different chapters each focused on a particular method or process: hand-drawn illustrations, screen-printing, letterpress printing, block
Again, this book didn't provide any DIY directions, no templates for the projects, just a compilation of professionally created artwork. It's a beautiful book to look at, makes me want to try to embroider half the designs I found in there. But it wasn't very useful in terms of coming up with quick and easy projects appropriate for a program for the public. However, if I ever do a card-making program, I'd like to have this out for ideas of how to layer on a silhouette over scrapbook paper, how to ...more
Pretty and well designed book. No instructions to make your own but inspiring none the less.
I love stationery, so naturally, I love this book! It's full of inspiration and briefly talks you through different processes as to how stationery items can be made. I enjoyed finding out about the individual businesses and their work too :)
A tiny book packed with imagination. Handmaid cards and stationary for the creative one in your life. Perfect gift, sweet and fun.
I <3 this book! (though I would like a little more how-to and less pictures of amazing drool-worthy stationary)
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