We were thrilled to be featured in Stationery Today (the NSS show daily) on May 19, 2013! This article highlights Wooster & Prince’s latest ventures into personal and home accessories, including manicure sets, home sachets, travel tweezers, and photo frames. Thanks, Stationery Today!
Wooster & Prince is proud to be featured in a recent edition of the Paperclips E-Newsletter from the National Stationery Show. Our Monogram Line of stationery was included in an article on trends for 2010, by Caroline Kennedy, Editor-in-Chief of Gifts & Decorative Accessories. The article chose monogrammed stationery as one of the top 10 […]
Nothing heralds springtime quite like the early flowering bulbs that peak through the earth even before the blades of grass do. Masses of dafodils and muscari are lavishing my garden with color right now along with a few Azaleas and Bleeding Hearts. I’m clipping furiously to bring some of their abundant goodness and color inside […]
On our family trip to Italy last summer, there was no shortage of beautiful scenery and architecture to take in. My creative mind was inundated with potential design ideas as I tried to document all the patterns and color stories around me. This is no easy task when you are also keeping tabs on two […]
As any homeowner knows, renovations are never ever “finished”. There’s always just one more thing to spruce up, re-vamp, or add as you work towards making your home complete. This is certainly true of the restoration work we began last year. Though 90% of the work was complete before the real winter weather set in, […]
You can create your own “Welcome Home” banner with this simple project. Print out a word, a name, or a phrase in your favorite font onto heavy card stock paper. Be sure to use a large font size (50 or higher) and a font style with thick letters. Cut each letter out with scissors or an exacto knife. Using the card stock letters as a template, trace the outline onto your favorite patterned paper and then cut these letters out as well.
You can easily recreate these darling Mini Bouquet holders (from the Buttery Yellow & Pink post) for your own table-setting. Using the cardboard core inside a tube of wrapping paper, simply cut small sections into little open-ended cylinders, making sure they are long enough to cover the stems of your flower arrangement. Once you’ve chosen […]