March 10, 2012

The Unofficial Paper District in NYC

I feel lucky to live only 45 minutes from the Big Apple. All I have to do is hop on a train at the Westwood Station, and I'm there lickety-split! If you're a paper lover like me here are few places that you have to check out during your next NYC visit. All of these places are within walking distance from Union Square. Go ahead and indulge in your paper obsession! 

 1. Paper Presentation: A MUST! This place is filled with everything that you need for your DIY projects. It's a great place to discover new types of paper like the Savanna Cover with woodgrain finish.  Located: 23 West 18th Street  

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Don't forget to get some hot cocoa a few blocks down at City Bakery. Trust me, don't miss this. The Marshmallows are homemade and huge! 

2. Printicon New York: Worth a look. It has a smaller blank paper selection, but carries supplies like ribbon, cello bags and packaging tools. In my opinion, they are a wonderful printer! They can be a tad expensive, but the quality is superb. Located: 7 West 18th Street

3. Kate's Paperie: Last but not least, this is a place that you will be happy to get lost in. It has so many fun things to look at and drool over. Their decorative paper is my absolute favorite. Located in SoHo at 435 Broome Street.

Bonus. Not really a paper store but so much fun to explore! 

The Ink Pad: They have a huge selection of rubber stamps, ink, glitter and fun classes to take! Located: 37 7th Avenue

Am I missing any must visit places? Do tell!  


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