Best of the National Stationery Show: Pizza

by Emma Tuccillo

Can we all just agree on something? Pizza is pretty great. As a New Yorker, I have a very strong connection to pizza and a sense of pride to go with it. For me, pizza elicits an immediate sense of joy — countless happy memories of greasy paper plates dripping with cheese and sauce. I was overjoyed to see the friendly face of pizza on tons of designs at this year’s . Everyone had different interpretations, from neon print to festive Christmas card. These seven designs are perfect for your fun-loving friend or to keep as a constant reminder for your love of the all and mighty — pizza. X,

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Hartland at the Naitonal Stationary Show.
The simplicity and sweetness in designs left me wanting more. This card is perfect for gifting to a friend or a special someone.
Hartland at the National Stationary Show.
also designs awesome temporary tattoos! What better a theme than NYC street food?
The Great Lake Goods at the National Stationary Show.
are all about spreading positivity through their designs. This pizza-themed card immediately caught my eye upon entering their fantastically decorated booth.
Wishbone Letter Press at the National Stationary Show.
I am always impressed by the beautifully printed designs by Who wouldn't love a pizza-themed Christmas card this holiday season?
Ello There at the National Stationary Show.
Tell your sweetie that you love them with a pizza heart by .
The Seapink at the National Stationary Show.
booth radiated joy with their bright neon colors and friendly designs. This screen printed snack food print would be sure to add some happiness to your space.
Yellow Owl Workshop at the National Stationary Show.
Alright, I know this is not a pizza-themed design, but I couldn't resist sharing this amazing burger card by

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