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Our new S+K Web Site is Live!!

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Check out our Floral Monogram Collection and Eat at Mom’s Dishes

SURTEX is right around the corner, May 17-19, less than a week away! We have lots of fun new collections to debut but we are really excited to debut our new website! We hope you have fun checking out our newest collections and seeing what we are up to at Simon and Kabuki. We tried to make it fun and informative. We’d love your feedback and for you to drop by and see our agent’s booth, Jewel Branding, Booth 417. If you do stop by make sure to ask for a cute S+K notepad.

 

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Ready for SURTEX? Introducing Geometric Flair

SURTEX is right around the corner, May 17-19, and we’ve been spending a lot of time preparing new artwork. We have lots of fun new collections to debut and a snazzy new website that’s almost ready! We’d love for you to drop by and see our work at our agent’s booth, Jewel Branding, Booth 417. If you do stop by make sure to ask for a cute S+K notepad.

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New Simon+Kabuki Note Pads

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We have some new notepads on Finestationery.com that we are excited to show you. There are the longer note pads perfect for to-do lists and grocery lists or the rectangle note pads which would be great for thank you notes. Coming soon matching journals and notebooks.

We hope you can stop by and visit our agent, Jewel Branding, at Surtex, May 17-19. She will be at booth 417. We have some cute S+K note pads that you can pick up while you are there looking at some of our new collections!

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Celebrate National Letter Writing Month!

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Did you know there was an entire month devoted to letter writing? Me neither! It’s an annual effort to promote literacy and celebrate the art of letter writing. Letter writing is a way of preserving history. We all know that everyone has a stash of special letters saved. I still look at all of my notes/letters passed during high school and college.

I love getting letters and packages from people it is so fun. I know we can all send email thank yous and party invites but isn’t getting something in the mail so much more meaningful? I always have my kids send thank yous after Christmas or their birthdays. It’s fun to add in pictures or drawings as well. I know my parents love getting hand written notes from their grandkids, they keep them on the frig for all to see.

Here are some links to note cards we’ve designed:

SimplytoImpress.com

Tinyprints.com

Invitationbox.com

 

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