It was hard to imagine back in the days of Lisa Frank paper packs and Ann Geddes calendars that there could ever be a time when stationery would be extinct. And while we're not going to say that the art of letter writing is completely dead (for the sake of all the letterpress lovers among us -- ourselves included), the excitement we once shared for handwritten, mailman-delivered thank you notes, updates and testaments of our loved ones' affects isn't quite what it was years ago.
But a new wave of digital (and traditional) stationers are restoring our faith. Here, from the desk of HuffPost Home, is a look at 7 stationers who are bringing that love for letters back.
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