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  • Writing paper should never be ruled, illustrated, perfumed, even lightly decorated, oddly shaped or folded. Exception: Very small children may use all kinds of amusing, colored, ruled, and illustrated paper, provided it is not vulgar. The prime reason is practical:  if a paper delights a child, it makes the task of writing less painful; ruled lines… [Continue Reading]

    Make Children’s Stationery Delightful and Reduce the Nagging
  • I’m thrilled to feature another fabulous idea sourced from a friend. After all, we  celebrate inspired living with a little help from our friends! This winter I asked tSt if she was stir-crazy yet from being side-lined after foot surgery for several weeks. She responded that she was consumed with an alphabet photo book project for… [Continue Reading]

    Create an Heirloom ABC Book for the Child in Your Life
  • When The Gracious Posse launched in 2013, one of my first posts was Is It Time to Refresh Your Stationery Wardrobe? Published under the category Posse Passions, I couldn’t wait to share my love of all things writing and inviting. To write and invite fashionably requires a stationery wardrobe. Think of your shoes: you wouldn’t dream of wearing flip-flops to… [Continue Reading]

    Correspondence Cards ~ Your Stationery Wardrobe Essential