November 15, 2010

around chicago | greer

A few months ago I fell head over heels in love with Greer, a lovely little Chicago shop just around the corner that sells all sorts of paper goods and artsy knick knacks... Well, last week I stopped in to buy my Christmas cards (yes, already) and a few little gifts for friends--and let me tell you, their inventory right now is unreal
If you're a paper goods nerd like me, I highly suggest you kick off your Monday morning with a little visit to their website... Promise you'll find something you love! 

Any stationery/greeting card websites you'd recommend? Do share!

(Photos: My Flickr)


Erin said... [Reply to comment]

I can already tell that I'll be placing an order...

Heidiopia said... [Reply to comment]

THank goodness I can't go in person-- dangerous!! Thanks for sharing, I'm popping online right now!

s a m said... [Reply to comment]

stationary, add it to diet coke on our list of vices! I work next door to Lark ( My paycheck obviously never goes very far

Marissa said... [Reply to comment]

I just adore little shops like these. I could get lost in them for hours!

Did you redo your site? It looks great :)


Caroline said... [Reply to comment]

High five to a fellow paper nerd!!! :) xo

Lindsay said... [Reply to comment]

Orange Beautiful, on Belmont:

Twosided, on Clark:

All She Wrote, on Armitage:

The only one I haven't been to yet is Orange Beautiful, but Robin at Greer recommended them to me when I was looking for a quote on custom business cards.

Holly said... [Reply to comment]

this is great!! thanks for sharing :) i live in chicago..could you send me the address? i tried to search for it online but couldn't find it. thanks so much! xoxoxo

Heatherlynn said... [Reply to comment]

that ribbon picture is happiness on earth right there. love it

Chandra said... [Reply to comment]

Laura, thank you for the fantastic post! We are honored and appreciate your shopping with us. The Ladies of Greer. :)

Oh, My Darling said... [Reply to comment]

Eeks, is that a library card catalog filled with ribbons? That makes my heart sing.