Wednesday, March 18, 2009

New Stationery Line

I'm so excited because I've been developing a new line of stationery and am loving how things have turned out so far. Today I want to give you a sneak peek and share one of my favorite sets from the new line. I hope you like it as much as I do- no scratch that - I hope you love it!

Plumage Stationery Set by Birdcage Cards

Birdcage Cards' stationery sets are completely versatile and like no other on the market. I don't use just any old flimsy writing paper. All of the images are hand printed on a heavy medium-weight card stock. Which means that when you are done writing your note its up to you how you want present it. Our writing paper, when folded a certain way, becomes a note card. It's like getting two sets of stationery in one! You decide how and when you want to use it; writing paper one day and folded notecards the next.

A set consists of 8 5" x 7" writing sheets and 8 Bar4 envelopes.

By writing on the blank side you can turn your stationery paper into a folded note card.

Or simply write your message on top of the stamped image and use your paper like a traditional stationery set.

I hope you enjoyed checking out Birdcage Cards' new Plumage Stationery Set. Stay tuned for more sneak peeks to come.


  1. Seeing this beautiful stationary line makes me want to put the computer away and reach out to friends and family in a personal way. These days and times it's so convenient to email instead of taking the time to reach out to the ones you love in a way that means more than a couple clicks on the computer.
    I am forwarding this site to everyone I know so they can see you talent and place orders!!

  2. Wow! I love a sweet talker. Thanks for the kind words.

    You know, that really is one of the goals here at Birdcage Cards - to help connect people through thoughtful interactions. Sending a letter is so much more personal than an email could ever be. Letter writing is in desperate need of a revival and I plan to rally the troops in any way I can.

  3. i LOVE the peacock feathers! sooo very 1920s..and perfect for invites to my 1920s themed dinner party. YAY