Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Mohawk VIA Envelopes

VIA Baronial Envelopes

  • Added Baronial Envelopes made from VIA Linen
  • Offered in packs of 25 / 250 / Carton
  • 4 BAR - Now offered in VIA LINEN Pure White, Natural and Light Gray - NEW
  • 5-1/2 BAR - Now offered in VIA LINEN Pure White, Natural and Light Gray - NEW
  • 7 BAR / LEE - Now offered in VIA LINEN Pure White, Natural and Light Gray - NEW

Monday, January 23, 2012

Cotton Paper Is Back In Fashion

When you step into the world of Wookey Caves in Somerset, England for the first time, the scene is breathtaking and a little bit eerie. Legends speak of a witch who was turned into stone, and she can still be seen today. Guides take tourists through narrow tunnels and into spacious caverns, then they take a detour into the Victorian world of making cotton paper. Visitors might be surprised to make this abrupt leap in time if they did not have their brochure to tell them what to expect.

You might have been thinking about prehistoric times and geological formations while delving under the ground, but you re-emerge in the 19th century. There is a water mill on this site which has been used for centuries in various capacities. Today, it provides power to a workshop where stationery is created out of cloth.

Turning wood pulp into thin sheets to write on and for creating envelopes is a relatively modern invention. At one time, it was common to tear strips of fabric, soak them, and press them flat using many pounds of pressure. The mill at Wookey Hole still continues to make attractive stationery which is used for special occasions by royalty, and which can also be purchased at the gift shop.

This tourist attraction in Somerset is not the only place where consumers can find such elegant sheaves. Ecologically friendly companies in many industries are looking for ways to reduce their consumption of raw materials. Stationers are among these responsible firms, and they have taken another look at Victorian manufacturing methods, though they use modern technology instead of water mills.

A number of retailers sell cotton paper at retail locations and online. They use recycled materials to create products partly or completely out of recycled cotton. This material also produces sturdy archival paper which can be used for printing digital photographs and art work.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Full size

If you are trying to make your invitation a unique size, try buying full size sheets. There is a wide variety of colors and weights to choose from. We can also cut them down to almost any size that you need.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Almost done!

Now that you have finished your invitations, its time to think about shipping. Complete the process with Avery Address labels. Purchase, print and head to the post office!

Wednesday, June 15, 2011


If you want to know when your package will arrive to you make sure to check out our transit map. You can also contact customer service with further shipping questions. Please remember if time and transit is critical to call the warehouse and check stock before placing your order.


Wednesday, June 8, 2011


Looking to save a few bucks? Try buying your paper and envelopes in bulk. We have made it easier to shop for larger quantities. There are two new categories called bulk envelopes and bulk paper.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Arturo stationery

If you were having a hard time finding the perfect size in the Arturo stationery, problem solved! We now have it listed on our site in 8.5 x 11, 19 x 25 and 25 x 38. We do provide cutting services if you want a size that isn't listed. Also if you have never tried these cards and envelopes here is your chance. It is sale all month long!