Various and Sundry: Colette Paperie

I recently discovered the lovely Colette Paperie via Etsy. The company was started by Miss Keli Catalano who opened the paperie in 2008 because she has the passion for paper…oh and stationary.  Since then her hobby that was once a side job has now turned into a full time gig (Kudos!). All of Keli’s creations are lighthearted, employing the use of irreverent banter and puns throughout all her products. I mean who doesn’t like a pun? I love them so much I have included them in several of my family members’ Christmas presents; each one carefully selecting to highlight an aspect of their personality. They may in-fact be better than the actual presents…oops.   These lovely letters cover the gamut of your papyrus needs: marriage, babies, love, congrats, unannounced you’re awesome cards. She even does customized items to suit your needs.

The bottom line is Colette Paperie products are eloquently hand crafted. It is clear she loves what she does and because of that she produces an amazing product with some serious TLC invested into its construction. So head over to the paperie via Etsy, Facebook, blog, web site, or follow her on Twitter. Whichever people just do it! Oh and here are a few of my favorites (click on any image to purchase).

Baby

Baby

Marriage

Marriage

Un-married?

Friendship

Friendship/love

Friendship

You're awesome

Eat meat

New job

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