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Cardstyle Find #102: Family Circus

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With summer vacation in full swing, many family reunions are being held across the country. I’ve never been much of a fan of the cliche family reunion shirts I’ve seen, but when I came across these options from Kin, I was sold. They’re understated and give a great sense of family history; I think they’d be the perfect addition to a reunion this summer.

Cardstyle Find #101: Fourth of July Table Decor

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Fourth of July is one of my absolute favorite holidays, and I make sure to go all out! The fourth is not a time for subtle decor. I love this table setting from Williams-Sonoma. It’s bright and so star-spangled!

Cardstyle Find #100: Colorful Pitchers

cardstyle find 100; Cardstyle Find #100: Colorful PitchersIt’s the season for entertaining outside, so I’m always on the hunt for some cool kitchen items that would look great outdoors and indoors. When I found these AddColour Bright – Paul Smith Stelton Jugs on Horne, I was immediately drawn to the bright handles. With the stainless steel and such vivid colors, I think these would turn up the heat this summer.

Cardstyle Find #99: Lisa Stickley Paper Goods

cardstyle find 99; Cardstyle Find #99: Lisa Stickley Paper GoodsHow adorable are these dotty pencils and their accordance case from Lisa Stickley?  I love her cheerful design aesthetic!

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Cardstyle Find #98: Cut Paper from Sara Burgess

cardstyle find 98; Cardstyle Find #98: Cut Paper from Sara BurgessThis is some of the most gorgeous paper cutting I’ve seen. Check out Sara’s work here! Found via Oh So Beautiful Paper.

Cardstyle Find #97: Polka Dot Party Cones

cardstyle find 97; Cardstyle Find #97: Polka Dot Party ConesAs it gets closer to Memorial Day weekend and the kickoff of summer parties, I’ve been thinking about all the little touches I could add to the parties to make them even sweeter. When I came across these Party Cones from Shop Sweet Lulu, I knew they would make the perfect addition to a summer party. For popcorn or an ice cream cone holder, these are too cute for words.

Cardstyle Find #96: Paper Cutting Book

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I love anything that highlights exciting, artful developments in the stationery world.  This book focuses on the art of paper cutting–featuring the work of 26 international artists–and it looks like an interesting read for anyone similarly interested in paper goods! Found via Paper Crave.

Cardstyle Find #95: Penguin Essential Redesigns

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Penguin just released new editions of some of the best of twentieth century literature, but, as dictated by Senior Editor Richard Bravery on the Penguin Blog, ; Cardstyle Find #95: Penguin Essential Redesigns“Classic (backlist) books generally take the cover approach of marrying the period of the book with the aesthetic of the age. So a 1920’s book is generally twinned with Deco styling/artists. But with the Essentials we wanted, where possible, to break away from that approach, and package the books as if they were new texts, using contemporary artists to appeal to a new generation of readers.” Brideshead Revisited, pictured above, is one of my favorite cover designs of the line–but it was a tough call to choose between that and A Clockwork Orange. What do you think of melding contemporary design with less-than-contemporary literature?

Cardstyle Find #94: Candle Lantern

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As the weather has slowly gotten better and better, I’ve found myself fantasizing about hosting outdoor dinner parties during the summer. With the help of this cute Candle Lantern from Toast, the get togethers are not only well-lit and free of any buggy guests, but simply decorated with it’s pretty shape.

Cardstyle Find #93: Baby Eiffel Tower


cardstyle find 93; Cardstyle Find #93: Baby Eiffel Tower

If you’re trying to raise your child as a francophone, I’d start with this adorable Eiffel Tower toy from oeuf. Handmade in Bolivia and with a vintage feel, this would be such a sweet and soft toy for a baby.