Onion Skin Stationery

Town & Country Feature

As seen in April, 2016 Town & Country…Once the paper of choice for discerning letter writers, statesmen, and socialites, onion skin stationery is less than half the thickness of regular computer paper and just a tad heavier than tissue.  True onion skin has not been manufactured in this country for approximately 40 years. Lucky for…
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HOW Magazine

In 2016, HOW Magazine published Collins’s article about everything NOT to do in a self promotion and get fantastic results anyway. The article documents notions about repurposing fine papers, utilizing local as well as regional, and national artisanal crafts persons, and generally running amuck in all the resources print nerds adore. In addition to utilizing beautiful…
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Close Quarters and Engraving

01/21/16 Kicking-off the second year of SIFT‘s quarterly conversation with interdisciplinary artists, designers, and crafts people exploring the intersections where sequence, image, form, and text converge…Close Quarters is thrilled to present Nancy Sharon Collins, stationer extraordinaire. Close Quarters is often held at an artist’s studio allowing close-up, hands-on examination of work with lively and engaging dialog. On Thursday, January 21,…
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Onion Skin in Garden & Gun Magazine

Turn to page 58 for a look at our hand engraved monogram on our very proprietary onion skin letter papers. Not only is the monogram first drawn by hand (with a real pencil a real paper), it is then engraved—by hand—onto a half inch thick steel die. After this, a 2-hour “makeready” is required on…
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