The Great Easter Egg
We're challenging you to look at easter eggs differently this year. Consider them a canvas, with endless opportunities. Get your paints or pens, put on your creative cap, and design an easter egg in your personal artistic style. Submissions will...
Snowed in for Christmas
A storm came to visit this Holiday. A storm to beat all, howling winds of 100km, ice filled waves crashing the shores of Prince Edward County, Ontario. All roads were closed and for many the power was out. 
Tory's Picks The Holiday Edit
If you know anything about Tory Wright, you know she has impeccable taste. From fashion and home decor to little gifts and artwork - she just gets it. We asked Tory to compile a list of gifts she's been eyeing up this...
Small Reminders
They live on window ledges, lurk in bathrooms in clusters, and congregate in glass bowls. It’s ridiculous, but I think they're beautiful and perfect in their simplicity.  
40,000 Steps in New York City
In August our team took to the skies and headed from Torontos Billy Bishop Airport into New York City. We visited gift and stationery shows, shopped about the city, and drank a few too many coffees.
A Visit With Chelsea O'Byrne
Artist and author Chelsea O'Byrne is a creative person to the core. From childhood she remembers ‘constantly drawing or singing or playing with musical instruments’. She tells us when chatting that she's always dreamed of having a creative career. She goes back-and-forth...
Clare Youngs
On a recent and much longed for visit to England I travelled to Broadstairs to visit with Clare Youngs and her husband Ian.  Broadstairs is a Victorian seaside village which up until the 1950’s was one of the most popular...
New Year, New Page
At the beginning of each year, I look forward to opening my new planner. The clean, blank, pages speak to me of promises to come and adventures to be had.
Dancing into 2022
One overused word this past year has been pivot. Instead, I'm now using the word pirouette.
12°C Mostly Cloudy
Every morning I light at candle at breakfast as the Swedish do. As an early riser I'm often in the dark, my candle and coffee keep me quiet as I plan my day.
Michela Sorrentino
Serendipity, is an interesting word “the phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for”.
Uppercase Magazine & Halfpenny Postage
- The entire Uppercase Magazine and Halfpenny Postage collection has landed in our hands, and seeing them in real life is so much more thrilling! We've worked some exciting features into the cards including windows, neon foiling and scalloped edges. ...
Alys Paterson
Alys Paterson has lived in many places stretching across Ireland and the UK. Since finishing her studies at art school, she's settled in the vibrant city of Bristol.
Tine's World
I fell in love with Tine’s illustrations when I met her happy bagel, hands on hips, asking me to visit Montréal. He was on a postcard in a small store in the Plateau...