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Lucky # 2701…

We will be in booth #2701 at the National Stationery Show 2009! Does this mean there are 3,000 (or more!) exhibitors?! Wow. Well, if you’re braving the madness that is the Stationery Show (We went last year and it was overwhelllllllming. But so fun!), please come say ‘hi.’ We are debuting our Wholesale Line at the show, which is held in New York City’s Javits Center, from May 17-20, 2009! We can’t wait to meet you! Go 2701!

6 months, 5 days…

…til PosePrints debuts their personalized and packaged stationery at the National Stationery Show 2009! Denise and Jen attended the National Stationery Show 2008 as “researchers” and had a fantastic time, so they can’t wait to have their own booth. It’s amazing how much stationery there is out there!

Jen predicts that decorating the booth will take her back to her high-school-art-project-glory. Til then, we will keep you updated with fun little National Stationery Show details as it gets closer…

(okay, MUCH closer…’cause I’m sure most of you are not quite as excited about stationery shows as we are!)

New Poses in Packaged Cards

As we gear up for the National Stationery Show 2009 (May 17-20, 2009), we have started adding our “Packaged Cards” to the PosePrints website! Our retail line will be comprised of these stationery sets, and there are SO many more to come. We’d love to hear what you think!

While our retail line of cards will not be as personalized as our original PosePrints cards, we did sneak a few new personalizable full-body poses into the mix. With these cards, you may personalize a few of the features (including hair color, eye color and skin color) by noting your preferences in the “comments” section at check-out. We may add our nifty scrolling mechanism full of features for full-body poses at some point, but we want to see if you like them first!

Here is an example of one of the personalized full-body poses on my amazing friend Brooke’s Baby Shower invitation. It’s so cute and colorful, but still has a sophisticated feel!

What do you think of PosePrints’ full-body caricatures? Are there any other full-bodies you think we should create?