Mrs. Collins Regrets

3/22/18 Mrs. Collins Regrets: Writing that Letter You Really Don’t Want To

Learn to write that letter you really don’t want to! This informative session about personal correspondence by Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationer LLC, is a “how-to” presentation for drafting hard-to-write letters. Using visually compelling, real-life examples—historic and contemporary—Collins illustrates the nuts-and-bolts of how to compose thoughtful, thorough letters and notes addressing sensitive emotional situations. These “regrets” include how…
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Lace Valentine

Valentines Day LETTERS READ: Text Dating

February 14, 2018, at 7:00 pm, at Antenna Gallery…stationer Nancy Sharon Collins in collaboration with Antenna brings you another in the ongoing series, LETTERS READ. The Valentines Day event will be readings of non-fictional text threads curated from an open call for submissions. Some threads have been edited to protect participants. Others will be read as…
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Paper through Thick and Thin

This article is primarily about thin paper. To understand what constitutes thin, one should compare it to thick in the same language used by commercial paper companies. Paper weight refers to how much a ream of paper weighs. Thickness refers to its measure in millimeters or inches and may also be affected by tooth or…
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You've go mail.

5. Nancy Says — You’ve Got Mail

In this fifth mini-video, Mrs. Collins explains, in a heart felt manner, what its like receiving a personal letter. This series of ten videos, all less than a minute in length, are snippets about engraved stationery, receiving personal letters in the snail-mail method (through the post office), and what its like being a stationer creating…
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Hand bound ledger

Hand Bound Ledger

Handmade Genuine Pressboard and vintage Onion Skin ledgers. At 16.5” X 7” the volume is tall enough for carrying textbook-style in your arms. Mrs. Collins’s ledgers are bound with silk thread and an Iris, book cloth spine comprised of 80 pages each blue and white 9#, vintage, onion skin papers. Onion skin is but a tad…
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