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The Write Stuff

By Simone McDowell | Photography by Sean Pressley

Posted: Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

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Sure, the stationery market can be somewhat staid. Which is why we tracked down these clever cards from local shops for your hand-written notes. From sleek engraved papers to playful colors, these en vogue designs will have you set to impress this season.

1. Many Thanks To You card, 8 cards, $13, Blis Boutique, www.blisuptown.com

2. Kraft Paper Thank You card, 8 cards, $14, Blis Boutique, www.blisuptown.com

3. White/Gold Thank You card, 10 cards, $19, The Buttercup Gifts and Stationery, www.buttercupcharlotte.com

4. William Arthur “Thank You” Grey card, 10 cards, $20, Paper Twist, www.shoppapertwist.com

5. Monogrammed notecard with ikat backing, 8 cards (navy pen included), $24, Olive Paper, www.olivepaper.net

6. LOVE IT notecard with gold chevron backing, 8 cards (gold metallic pen included), $32, Olive Paper, www.olivepaper.net

7. Gold Script Thank You card, 10 cards, $19 The Buttercup Gifts and Stationery, www.buttercupcharlotte.com

8. Karen Christie Designs “Grazie” card, $4.99, The Blvd at Southend, www.blvdatsouthend.com

9. Gold Thank You card with swirls, $5.95, The Buttercup Gifts and Stationery, www.buttercupcharlotte.com

10. Outdone Yourself card, 10 cards, $16, Salutations, www.salutations.com

11. Yellow Bird Paper Greetings Feather cards, 8 cards, $14.50, Blis Boutique, www.blisuptown.com

12. William Arthur “It’s Been Grand” card, 10 cards, $20, Paper Twist, www.shoppapertwist.com

13. Bottle of Thanks Card, $4.95, Papyrus, www.papyrusonline.com

14. Waste Not Paper cards, 8 cards, $14, Blis Boutique, www.blisuptown.com

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