Annie Mertlich - Wildfield Paper Co.

Wildfield Paper Co. is a one of a kind paper goods company based out of Salt Lake City, UT. Heavily inspired by nature and diverse cultures Annie Mertlich carefully handcrafts each painting creating Wildfield's unique look! All products are printed locally on recycled heavy weight card stock.

Visit my website.

I will be joining the Bazaar May 1-3.

Cobalt and Dash

We make notebooks, prints, and stationary. We try to make paper goods we love and you'll love too.

Visit our website here.

We will be joining the Bazaar May 8-10.

Lindsey Elem - A Photographic Life

I make upcycled envelopes from vintage National Geographic photos, and pair them with handmade blank notecards and a pretty string for a unique stationary set. I also create cyanotypes (one-of-a-kind photographs printed in their signature blue on handbrushed papers) in modern designs.

Visit my website or find me on Etsy or on Facebook.

I will be joining the Bazaar May 1-3.

Normandie Luscher- Normandie Illustration

Normandie revels in the quirky and interesting perspectives that make the world beautiful. Her art consists of unique and whimsical illustrations as well as illustrated stationary and other similar products. She is influenced by folk art, creative stories and her D.C. roots. Normandie has loved being a part of Brigham Young University’s Illustration BFA program since 2009 and has recently added the Art Education Licensure program.

Visit me here or on Esty and Facebook.

I will be joining the Bazaar- December 12-14.

Ashley Colett - Ink Run Press

What do you make? (We will use this as your artist's bio on our website so make sure it says what you want it to!)

Ink Run Press is a local letterpress and design studio specializing in handcrafted greeting cards, books, posters, prints and custom stationary. Located on the main floor of a historic church in Salt Lake City's Avenue district, the studio is run by partners Shannon Petty and Ashley Collett with collaborations by bookbinder and studio mate Lily Hall Sharp.

Each product is a combination of modern design coupled with traditional techniques. Passing through a vintage letterpress using antique methods, each piece becomes a one-of-a-kind .

Find them at or in the studio most days of the week.

Alexis Mattox - Alexis Mattox Designs

We are a local company producing laser-cut stationery, artwork, personal accessories, home decor products and party supplies. All our designs are original and are produced and assembled completely in-house. We use technology to create beautiful, intricate designs that could not be produced in any other way. Our aesthetic is modern with traditional elements. We believe in beautiful, quality products that will delight our customers.

Find Alexis here.

Stacey Foster | Verla Ivans

I make whatever I'm obsessing over at the moment. Recently, that has included wooden arrows for home decor, interchangeable beaded pendants, vintage Saltair swim basket tag necklaces, simple scarves out of vintage fabrics, greeting cards made out of gel medium image transfers, mini silk notebooks, vintage knife necklaces, beehive Christmas ornaments and arrow necklaces. I worked in LA for five years for a jewelry designer and then a stationery studio and have just recently begun to venture outon my own, with the Salt Lake City valley and mountains as my current inspiration.

Visit me here or here.

Ashley Giessing | Isabell's Umbrella

Isabell's Umbrella grew from an obsession with stationery, writing instruments and design. Ashley Giessing, owner/artist, believes she should have been born in the nineteenth century, when all correspondence was done by hand.

Specializing in stationery that will lift the clouds of a rainy day, Ashley’s hopes are to renew the lost "art" of hand correspondence by creating stationery you will want to share with others. "There is nothing that means more to me than a kind, heartfelt, handwritten note from someone I love."

Seriously cute stationery, buttons, pillows, artwork and children clothing are just a part of my line-up.

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