Pink Loves Brown

December 4, 2007 at 9:42 pm 1 comment

How cute is the name of this design company? Pink Loves Brown is currently one of my favorite stationery & note card companies. The stuff coming from the Chicago-based designer, Nicole Balch, is simply wonderful.

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(More after the jump!)

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I love the simplicity of these cards.  They are pretty without being fussy.  The Periodic Table of Sentiments series has garnered Pink Loves Brown a lot of attention:

I’mSorryPT-PinkLovesBrown

ThankYouPT-PinkLovesBrown

I think these are incredibly clever & so much fun.  The stationery is also lovely:

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My favorite thing though, is this suitcase set:

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This would be an ideal gift for the stationery-lover in your circle.  It includes stationery (10 sets), and a matching set of 6 blank note-cards.  The stationery can be personalized, which would makes the gift even more special.  Love it!  Remember to visit Nicole’s great blog, Making It Lovely, as well.  Have a wonderful day.

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Entry filed under: Art + Artist, Blogs & Blogging, Chicago Shops, Design, Great Gift Ideas, Shop 'til Ya Drop, Stationery.

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