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- Twin dragonflies, in shades of soft lapis lazuli, soar at top of each stationery sheet, illuminated by touches of gold foil. Raised embossing adds dimension.
- You’ll also find the borders of each sheet enhanced with foiling and embossing.
- Accompanying designer envelopes repeat the dragonfly motif on each flap.
- Board box with clear acetate lid contains 30 sheets and 24 matching envelopes.
- Each sheet measures 5-3/4 inches wide by 7-3/4 inches high.
- Premium set makes a much-appreciated gift, too!
From the Publisher
Blue Dragonflies Boxed Stationery Sheets
Enjoy the fine art of letter writing with designer stationery sheets and matching envelopes
Add flair to your personal correspondence
Blue and amethyst dragonflies, flecked with gold foil, appear at the top of our crisp ivory stationery sheets.
Delicate blue border is stamped with gold foil.
Board box with clear acetate lid contains 30 letter sheets and 24 matching envelopes.
Superior stationery sheets
Write with confidence. Substantial smooth-finish writing sheets take a variety of pens beautifully.
Fountain pens glide over the page.
24 matching envelopes
Our dragonflies are replicated on the flaps of the matching ivory envelopes.
Stationery envelopes are constructed of quality paper.
Beautiful stationery is a pleasure to use
Versatile design is suitable for a variety of occasions
Keep a box on hand for whenever a handwritten letter is warranted.
Sheet size (5-3/4” wide x 7-3/4” high) allows you to write expansively.
Premium boxed set features crisp, smooth-finish sheets and stationery envelopes constructed of quality paper.
Stationery set comes in an attractive box suitable for gift-giving.
Brighten their day
Nothing is more personal than a handwritten letter. Stay in touch!
About our Blue Dragonflies Letter-Perfect Stationery Sheets:
Set comes with 30 designer letter sheets
Includes 24 matching stationery envelopes
Each sheet measures 5-3/4” wide x 7-3/4” high
Stationery set comes in a sturdy matching box with a clear acetate lid
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter—and later, his wife, Edna—sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy—and our customers’ expectations—of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, circa 1948.