“It is difficult to escape the stressors of the modern day, with our cell phones always at hand, awaiting our touch. At a moment’s notice, they can reach out to anyone, wherever they may be. Some might say that such conveniences have influenced the decline of handwritten communication. However, until recently, there was a steady rise in the availability of artfully created custom stationery.
Nancy Sharon Collins has forged a path as a stationer. She has been a proponent of proper letterhead since the early 1970s, when she purchased a large quantity of onionskin on a whim. Today, she sells this same collection in her online store, along with artisanal notepads and bespoke stationery. “I didn’t know that the simple purchase I made then would create such a wonderful business opportunity for me,” Nancy says.”—Victoria Magazine