I would like to share something that I read recently, so happy to see that actual cards and paper is coming back, lets hope it stays.
It’s a wrap
Just a short walk from Nide is Papershop (Fredrikinkatu 18), a visual feast of pretty wrapping papers, delicate paper decorations, colourful notebooks, and cards. “We have been running the store for seven years now and the demand is bigger than ever,” says one of the two founders, Anna Fryckman. Custom-printed invitations, business cards, and thank-you notes round out the range. Workshops from origami to stamp making are held at the back of the store. papershop.fi
What started as a small family business in Hakaniemi Market Hall 43 years ago has become the favourite destination of shoppers hunting for the perfect postcard. A second Putinki store was opened in November on Korkeavuorenkatu specialising in locally designed and produced paper goods. Store manager Laura Hartonensays cards are becoming trendy again: “People are bored of just sending emails. There’s something nostalgic about paper cards – they make people happy. That’s their staying power.” putinki.fi
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