Category Archives: Friday Find

tile-pattern lokta wrapping papers from Paper Source

Friday Find: Tile-Patterned Lokta Papers

Made in Nepal from the renewable fibers of the lokta plant, lokta paper is not only one of the nicer papers to wrap with because of its lightness, these sheets also boast stunning repeat patterns reminiscent of Middle Eastern tile work.

tile-pattern lokta wrapping papers from Paper Source

Friday Find: Tile-Patterned Lokta Papers

Made in Nepal from the renewable fibers of the lokta plant, lokta paper is not only one of the nicer papers to wrap with because of its lightness, these sheets also boast stunning repeat patterns reminiscent of Middle Eastern tile work.

bird/nest sweet bags by Studio Oh, available at Indigo

Friday Find: Sweet Treat Bags

Whether for party favours or just sharing some extra cookies with coworkers, these food-safe treat bags make a tiny treat extra sweet. The set comes with grease-resistant liner papers to protect the bag from stains, and printed stickers for sealing.

bird/nest sweet bags by Studio Oh, available at Indigo

Friday Find: Sweet Treat Bags

Whether for party favours or just sharing some extra cookies with coworkers, these food-safe treat bags make a tiny treat extra sweet. The set comes with grease-resistant liner papers to protect the bag from stains, and printed stickers for sealing.

gold bandeau striped wrapping paper from luxe paperie

Friday Find: Gold Striped Wrapping Paper

Even if you’d like to stick with traditional cream and gold for a wedding present, why not expand beyond florals and go for a mod stripe? Angled in various directions, these stripes make for a dynamic design. Gold Bandeau Eco-Luxe

gold bandeau striped wrapping paper from luxe paperie

Friday Find: Gold Striped Wrapping Paper

Even if you’d like to stick with traditional cream and gold for a wedding present, why not expand beyond florals and go for a mod stripe? Angled in various directions, these stripes make for a dynamic design. Gold Bandeau Eco-Luxe

Fabric sticker sheet

Friday Find: Fabric Sticker Paper

I stopped by The Paper Place this afternoon to check out their super sale (don’t miss it — tons of great deals this week!), and I came across this fabulous fabric sticker paper from Korean company Daily Like. The entire sheet

Fabric sticker sheet

Friday Find: Fabric Sticker Paper

I stopped by The Paper Place this afternoon to check out their super sale (don’t miss it — tons of great deals this week!), and I came across this fabulous fabric sticker paper from Korean company Daily Like. The entire sheet

burlap ribbon natural from May Arts

Friday Find: Burlap Ribbon

This burlap ribbon features the fabric’s appealing rough texture, yet the wired edges — which allow one to give the ribbon form — add just enough of a polished finish to keep it from looking like a sad sack. Wire-edged

burlap ribbon natural from May Arts

Friday Find: Burlap Ribbon

This burlap ribbon features the fabric’s appealing rough texture, yet the wired edges — which allow one to give the ribbon form — add just enough of a polished finish to keep it from looking like a sad sack. Wire-edged

burlwood wrapping paper from Kate's Paperie

Friday Find: Woodgrain Wrap

Finally — woodgrain wrapping paper that’s not just a generic, unspecified faux grain. Kate’s Paperie offers up three specimens of stunningly rich photographic replicas on paper (from left):  Lathe, Burlwood and Black & White Woodgrain. $5 US each per sheet.

burlwood wrapping paper from Kate's Paperie

Friday Find: Woodgrain Wrap

Finally — woodgrain wrapping paper that’s not just a generic, unspecified faux grain. Kate’s Paperie offers up three specimens of stunningly rich photographic replicas on paper (from left):  Lathe, Burlwood and Black & White Woodgrain. $5 US each per sheet.

Ombre Linen Tape (ribbon) by Fog Linen

Friday Find: Fog Linen Ribbon

I covet everything that is Fog Linen, including these striped cotton and ombré linen tapes (tapes in the dressmaking sense — they’re not adhesive, so essentially they’re ribbon). Trio of striped cotton twill tapes in brown, blue and red, $14

Ombre Linen Tape (ribbon) by Fog Linen

Friday Find: Fog Linen Ribbon

I covet everything that is Fog Linen, including these striped cotton and ombré linen tapes (tapes in the dressmaking sense — they’re not adhesive, so essentially they’re ribbon). Trio of striped cotton twill tapes in brown, blue and red, $14

Friday Find: Merci Gift Tags

These French thank you gift tags are brief and to the point — and available in your choice 30 different mix-and-match colours. Merci gift tags (2″ square), $10.50 US per set of 6, Print Smitten.

Friday Find: Merci Gift Tags

These French thank you gift tags are brief and to the point — and available in your choice 30 different mix-and-match colours. Merci gift tags (2″ square), $10.50 US per set of 6, Print Smitten.

Magnolia wrapping paper from Caskata

Friday Find: Magnolia Wrapping Paper

Are you dying for winter to be over as much as I am? While there’s still another whole month to go until spring, I’m already dreaming of when the magnolias start to bloom. On the next street over from me,

Magnolia wrapping paper from Caskata

Friday Find: Magnolia Wrapping Paper

Are you dying for winter to be over as much as I am? While there’s still another whole month to go until spring, I’m already dreaming of when the magnolias start to bloom. On the next street over from me,

Motex Embossing Label Maker and tapes, from Lark

Friday Find: Motex Embossing Label Maker and Tape

I have always been obsessed with label makers—they help me keep up the fantasy that I’m actually organized—and now there’s a new one I’m pining over: Motex’s embossing label maker, with its vibrantly coloured tape. Do you remember that episode

Motex Embossing Label Maker and tapes, from Lark

Friday Find: Motex Embossing Label Maker and Tape

I have always been obsessed with label makers—they help me keep up the fantasy that I’m actually organized—and now there’s a new one I’m pining over: Motex’s embossing label maker, with its vibrantly coloured tape. Do you remember that episode