Paperdoll

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I saw a tweet from this lovely lady at Paperdoll about my blog and it’s addictive nature (stop, I’m blushing) so I decided to check out her website. So glad I did! I am so over the moon about her work- from wedding and birthday invites to personal stationery! Simple yet modern, it’s perfectly balanced with just enough whimsy but straight up killer style to balance it out! Just take a peek and tell me you don’t agree?

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This one looks like one of the vintage papers I have in stock- which was copied by Clarence House!

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I worship these pre-post wedding silhouette cards included with the wedding invite- so chic!

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Amazeballs. Happy birthday to me.

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The best kitchen themed bridal invite I have ever seen. Buy it.

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She published my secret baby name! Of my NON EXISTENT BABY (to the reader who commented on Twitter that she had a dream I was going to announce I was going to have twins? I’m not. I’m pregnant with two puppies, a business, 173 side projects and one hell of an anxiety disorder.)

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Ok, this is my new fave stationery ever. The lining is killer paired with the sweet little script monogram. An then I saw the lining options and not only does this pattern come in various colors, but they have a David Hicks hexagon style lining too! Consider my face melted.

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The cutest stationery to pack your kids when they go away to come! I wrote letter from camp to my parents on crappy lined paper and they went something like this “I hate camp. I can’t believe I have to be here. My bunk bed smells like mold. Someone stole my Bonne Bell lipgloss out of my Caboodle . Come get me. Love, Erin”

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24 comments

  1. FABULOUS new designs that you don’t see everyday. I don’t write on good stock like I once did but
    these could change that.

  2. Oh, yes – the whole lot of it is practically edible.
    Coincidentally, I now have “Paperdoll” by PM Dawn in my head, and that most certainly puts me in the geriatric age group for your blog! ;)

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