Some of my favorite exhibitors at this year’s National Stationery Show had product lines that spanned far beyond the paper category. Case in point: Chewing the Cud, a San Francisco-based design studio with a penchant for modern prints – among other things, including: “running in the rain. flip flops. spotted feathers. cookbooks (with lots of photographs). steamed custard. square wreaths. laughing out loud. stripes and dots. tongue-scorching hot sauce. freshly picked lavendar. foldable bags. foggy mornings. pleats. wet clay. starry nights. crooked lines. books and blankets. white daisies. movies in the park. french macaroons. cigar boxes. dark roast coffee. lazy sundays. did I say coffee?” Love the spunky personality and bright, livable products! (As always, click to shop!)
For tips and tutorials on how to use their “Fabric Give Wraps”, visit the Chewing the Cud Blog here!