1/26/12

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Something I'm excited about the NYIGF is to launch wholesale the Vintage Glassine Sets this weekend. The idea came with the first glassine I saved over the summer and I slowly developed a simple packaging for a set of 30 assorted envelopes. They are all different, some with old calligraphy, catalogue numbers and some just plane. They are in several sizes and shapes and they varies in shades of cream/white color. As the vintage stamps, they are also from all over the world. I believe, this variation in each set is what makes them unique. and Susy's calligraphy on the labels..... let me know what you think. Also new at the show, Chocolate and Sage cotton ribbons, in 6mm width. Now the collection of large spools of 400 meters, presents 10 colors. I'm pretty excited about this too.

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