Seven Daysies Awards: Best stationer, 2010

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Best stationer 

Ink. Ink. Fine Stationery

Inside Chittenden County

Ink. Ink. Fine Stationery

Capitol Stationers


It would be easy to attribute this year’s Daysies victory of Ink. Ink. to the closing of Burlington’s Scribbles, a longtime favorite in the category. But Ink.Ink, which occupies the first floor of a gracious house in Shelburne’s town center, is on a page of its own. Browse the four pastel-painted rooms, and you’ll soon be convinced letter writing isn’t a dead art. Stationery sets range from lady-of-the-manor genteel — Ink. Ink. carries designs by Kate Spade, Martha Stewart and Lilly Pulitzer — to basic bulk paper in an array of colors. The store will give it your personal stamp on site. The gorgeous leaves may look like luxuries, but Crane & Co. notecards in color combos such as lime and fuchsia or watermelon and ecru go for just $13 a box. The card selection is compact but choice — check out the saucy, hand-pressed designs from Blue Barnhouse. And line up some old-style correspondents, stat.

-Margot Harrison

(Sorry, no information is currently available for other years in this same award category.)

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