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Emojis are Everywhere

23 Jul

Emoji GIfts at The Stationery StudioEmojis are literally popping up everywhere.  They’re not just on your phones anymore!   Just visit any shopping mall and you can find emojis on pillows and other merchandise.   Last year, at least 250 brands created their own emoji keyboards. Sony is putting out an emoji movie soon, Pepsi is using emojis on soda labels, Luvs uses emojis on the diapers, Taco Bell and Burger King introduced an emoji keyboard, and Chevrolet wrote a press release in emojis.

I admit emojis are all pretty cute.  And everyone seem to love them.  Now you can enjoy your own adorable personalized emojis which will make them even more special!

We can put your name on emoji notepads, post-it cubes, stationery, thank you cards, invitations, playing cards, plates, cups and napkins.   They really put a smile on everyone’s face.  Not only are they super popular, but they are very adorable.

Enjoy your own personalized emoji items or consider gifting a set of adorable note cards or playing cards for a friend’s birthday!  Do you love using emojis?  What are some of your favorites?   The kiss, the tongue sticking out, sunglasses emoji, happy face emoji, the poop emoji, the crying with joy emoji?

Let me know which ones you love the best!

Have fun,



Greek Gift Ideas

22 Sep

sept-greek-002Greek Week for many universities around the country occurs in September and while it’s a lot of fun, it’s also a very stressful time as there is a tremendous amount of pressure to get into their first place house.  It’s an important time for many freshman and sophomores who are eager to pledge into their favorite sorority or fraternity as it sets the tone for their next few years on campus.

sept-greek-003Once the students know which house they will be joining they pretty much instantly begin to wearing t-shirts, sweatshirts and other Greek spirit-wear as well as putting up room decorations as they pledge their houses.  A great way to celebrate is to send the student a special item featuring their name and even their house letters on College & Sorority Gifts.

These are the types of items that kids will love to keep for many years as they will hold a special place in their hearts.  Sharing in their excitement is a great way to support their commitment to the house.

Best wishes,


Bookplates and Book Stickers

11 Aug

aug-bookSticker-001Summer is a perfect time to curl up and read a good book.  There are so many summer reading lists out there.  From Oprah’s book list to your local library’s list, there are reads that are great for every taste.  Many people I know love to share their books, if they don’t take them out from their local library.  If you are someone who buys books, and loves to read all year long, you might also be someone who loves to share their books.  If so, a book sticker with you name on it is great to stick in the book so that hopefully it will make its way back to you at some point.

According to Webster’s, a book plate is “a piece of paper stuck on the inside front cover of a book that shows the name of the person who owns the book.”  But placement doesn’t really matter. I have one friend who is a voracious reader. She opts to order Address Labels that are long and thin and puts the stickers on the binder of books she lends out to friends.  This way, when it’s on someone’s book shelf, it’s easy for them to remember that the book belongs to her.  As much as she loves to share, she loves to get books returned too so she can pass them on to her next friend to read!

aug-bookSticker-002There really is no difference between a book sticker and a book plate.  Both are small stickers, identification labels, that have a name on them and sometimes wording like “From the Library of” and are often placed on the inside cover of a book.  Book stickers are great for adult books, for professional office books, for those with cookbook collections, and also for children’s books.  Children love stickers with their names on them.  In fact, many people love to gift a set of bookplates along with a new book. They are usually a very appreciated present and typically not too expensive.

A very nice gift for a teacher is a set of bookplates too.  Teachers usually have a lot of books in their classrooms and would love to have a book sticker in them, such as “From the Classroom of Mrs. Harris”.   Sometimes we see imprints like “Stolen from Catherine Smith” which is amusing, but also serves the purpose of identifying the owner.  Or, you might see “ex libris,” meaning “from the library of” before an imprinted name.  The only books that should not have bookplates adhered to them are collector books, as it diminishes the value, to have a sticker pasted to it.

Happy reading!

Best wishes,