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What's in a name? These personalized notecards are a thoughtful way to say thanks.




photo by sara hargreaves/scribe

 

Even in a world where 140 characters or less (thanks, Twitter!) constitute acknowledgement, these handwritten notes still manage to grab attention with help from an array of whimsical colors, fonts and design patterns.

Regardless of your status in life, personalized notecards and fine stationery remain a tried-and-true way to stand head and shoulders above the rest, especially for the collegiate and young professional vying for entrance into the real world.

Clockwise from upper left: Double-thick bamboo letterpress card with citrus signature liner by Arzberger Stationers/starting at $189 for 50;
Cotton correspondence letterpress card with foliage liner by Crane & Co./starting at $237 for 50; Cotton correspondence letterpress card with geometric arc liner by
Crane & Co./starting at $237 for 50; Cotton correspondence letterpress card with Moroccan sojourn liner by Crane & Co./starting at $237 for 50.

Available at Scribe
731½ Filbert St., Shadyside
412/682-1644
scribepgh.com
 

 

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