Stationery Overview



Facts

  • A handwritten note has emotional power and provides enjoyment not found in other forms of communication.
  • Design/style is the most important factor in purchasing stationery, closely followed by a reasonable price.
  • Thank-you notes are considered an important tool after job interviews in securing new positions.
  • Women account for 85% of stationery purchases, according to Hallmark research.
  • Hallmark has expanded its offering of stationery gifts and papers for personal use. Consumers view stationery as a practical gift that everyone can use.

Product Features 

  • Hallmark stationery products include packaged thank-you notes, blank note cards, boxed stationery sets, address books, various memo and note pads, journals, planners and calendars.
  • Hallmark regularly introduces new collections and designs of stationery to keep the selection fresh.
  • Many products include special processes such as glitter, metallic foil, embossing, glossy finishes, die-cut shapes, unique folds, simple mechanics, or interesting attachments.
  • Invitations include dozens of general designs perfect for a multitude of parties and events with fill-in-the-blank details. Consumers can find specific designs for holidays and many other occasions including anniversary, baby, birthday, graduation, Quinceañera, religious events, retirement, wedding and anytime.
  • In addition to general thank-you notes, the stationery line also includes thank-you notes for baby gifts, expressions of sympathy, and designs specifically for children to send.
  • A new Home Office product line includes designed file folders, pens, pencils, memo pads, magnets, and other desk top accessories.

In Stores & Online

Available at Hallmark Gold Crown® stores nationwide, at Hallmark.com and wherever Hallmark products are sold. Use the store locator to find the nearest Hallmark Gold Crown store.

 

Fun Fact

The Hall Brothers "invented" modern gift wrap during Christmas 1917 when they ran out of solid-colored tissue paper and started selling decorated envelope linings.