May 17, 2012

John Derian: Digital Stationery




While John Derian’s name is synonymous with decoupage, it’s his signature imagery that is some of the most recognizable designs you’ll see in boutiques around the country.  As if hidden in archival books or laying undiscovered in an old attic, nostalgic images of letters, ferns, animals and vintage patterns come to life in his designs. 

Inspired by the past but surging ever forward, John is now bringing his charming vision to digital stationery via Paperless Post.  He designed 65 notecards, save-the-date cards and invites ready to hit all the inboxes in your little black book.  Along with the cards come coordinating envelopes, and the ability to manage your RSVPs on Paperless Post’s website. 

The best of both worlds, you can now send the look of traditional high-end cards with the low cost of digital communication.


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So sophisticated, much better than the animated ones you have to choose from.

Ohmigod these are wonderful!! Very pretty.

I love pretty stationery. What great designs.

Great designs and love the envelope touch.

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