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Artisan Spotlight

Jill Redmon

Alexa Pulitzer

New Orleans’ First Lady of Stationery:

“I wanted people to know I was proud to be a daughter of New Orleans,”  says Pulitzer.

We believe she is a proud shining example of NOLA's spirit. We are excited for the newest edition of wildlife stationary with her Horn-abet line of monogram pieces emblazoned with staghorns.

We stopped in our tracks when we first saw Alexa in 2014 with her stunning, unique work.  ...we fell for her captivating French Quarter and wildlife motifs, beautifully printed in New Orleans.  We love to meet the artist alongside their work. Alexa is all around fabulous; her artwork, business sense, flair and joie de vivre. Everyone at Paper and Grace loves the newest addition to this noteworthy line. Stop by the shop to see more of the collection!

à votre santé, Ms. Pulitzer! 

Laissez bon temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!)

“It was a great challenge. But anytime you can grow from your work, you will thrive.” -AP

~from Jackson Hole, with love~

amy j

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Love is in the air

Jill Redmon

After the rush of Winter Holidays and the New Year, here comes Cupid to warm our hearts!

Valentine’s Day Sugarfina Bento Boxes, LOVE Sparklers, heart shaped balloons and plates, sweet V-Day card sets for the young and young-at-heart.  As well as all the most fun card and gift trimmings…are all here for you to shower your dearests and celebrate LOVE! 

Love is…..all of your favorite Valentine’s Day treats right here at Paper and Grace!

~from Jackson Hole, with love~

amy j


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Artisan Spotlight

Jill Redmon

John Derian

January 2017

Derian, the New York based artist/designer of magnificent decoupage curiosities, has published a picture book that is currently #4 on the New York Times Bestseller list!  What an accomplishment! We love his work and are so happy for this new success.  Come by our shop to see his delightful line of decoupage, the best seller picture book, etc and decide which John Derian gems must come home and add character to your space.  Congrats, Mr. Derian!  Thank you for creating such beautiful works of art.


The beloved New York based artisan, John Derian, is a favorite of us all here at Paper and Grace, as well as our lovely customers from all over the world who recognize his work. We all love discussing our favorite pieces and spreads. Derian's whimsical style is applied to upscale home decor and gifts like decoupage paperweights, plates and trays.

~from Jackson Hole, with love~

amy j

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Getting Planny: 2017

Jill Redmon

December 2016:

With 2017 rapidly approaching, we know you are already making plans for next year.  Here are insightful options to help you find the right planner and keep you on schedule!

Do you prefer to have space for notes next to appointments? (Inspirational quotes, month-at-a-glance views, contacts and important holidays to remember, are all here!)


Are month at-a-glance views important to your planning?


Is a weekly layout ideal for your planning?

This planner starts each month with a to do, notes to send and ideas page, to start fresh each month with goals. There is also a spot for birthday/thank-you reminders and notes. It’s like having a personal valet!



Do you like a planner that is fully customizable - budgets, meal planning, projects, etc? This small three-ring binder is great, you can add a subtract pages anytime.

Fill in the Month, Week and Day with a dateless planner, great for students. The flat desk pad lets you take on one week at a time, with a new page for each week

Are you a left-handed? Is it imperative for your datebook to lay flat?  (Coptic bindings allow for that.)

Does your planner need to fit into purse or pocket?


Would you simply like a decorative calendar to stylishly keep the date?


Cherish your time. Keep a calendar.

Because we can!

Keep important dates with paper & grace

~from Jackson Hole, with love~

amy j

Tags: #paperandgrace #2017planners #marbled

To shop Paper and Grace, please visit us at, or stop into our Jackson Hole stationery and gift store to see our wares in person!

National Stationery Show

Jill Redmon

Original Post May 2015

Wondering where we find the beautiful stationery that we carry in our Jackson Hole stationery shop? Wonder no more! We are always on the lookout for gorgeous stationers, and a really fun to way to find them is at the National Stationery Show! The show was held May 17-20 this year, and Jill and Cassie both traveled to New York City to attend the show.

Over 800 paper goods providers attend the show, from larger companies like Rifle Paper Co. to brand new companies! Each provider decorates a booth and displays their wares, and buyers get to wander the aisles of Javits Center and explore new greeting cards, paper placemats, paper party supplies, and more!

In addition to attending the show, Jill and Cassie explored New York. They took in the sights, ate delicious food, and did some store research in the Big Apple. They returned to Wyoming well fed, full of ideas, and with a bunch of new lines to carry in Paper and Grace!

To shop Paper and Grace, please visit us at, or stop into our Jackson Hole stationery and gift store to see our wares in person!

Creating a Wax Seal

Jill Redmon

We love anything that adds an extra embellishment to paper products, and the wax seal stamps that we carry in our Jackson Hole gifts and stationery store are no exception! These stamps add a personal touch to your correspondence, gift wrapping, craft projects and more!

Read on for a tutorial on how to use a wax seal stamp:

Step 1. Close and seal your envelope flap.




Step 2. Moisten your seal with a wet sponge or cloth. This will help keep the wax from sticking to your stamp.


Step 3. Light the wick of your wax. Hold the wax about 3 to 5 inches over your paper, at a 45 degree angle. Start dripping the wax onto your paper. (You can adjust the angle as needed to control the flow of the wax.)

Step 4. When you have enough wax on the envelope, blow out the flame and rest the wax on a hard surface. (The stamps that we carry will require a wax pool between the size of a dime to a quarter, depending on how big the stamp is.)

Step 5. Press your seal into the hot wax. Wait until the wax is almost dry and remove the stamp slowly. You are done!

Common questions:

How many impressions can I make with one wax stick?

  • Each stick makes about 10-15 impressions.

Can I mail an envelope with a wax stamp on it?

  • Yes, you can! We recommend having the post office hand cancel the envelope (this means that it doesn’t get run through the machine.)

Stop into our Jackson Hole gifts and stationery store to pick up your wax seal today!


Jill Redmon

Welcome to our lovely new site.  We are a resource for stationery, gifts, and supplies to make daily life more enjoyable and beautiful.  Just over a year ago we purchased Paper and Grace and made many changes.  We have received incredible feedback and want to thank everyone who has cheered us on! 

Paper and Grace has amazing and loyal customers that include locals, part-time residents, and explorers of the west. After much demand we are expanding our brick and mortar to an online shop.   Fortunately if you are not able to visit Paper and Grace in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, you can shop online.

We just returned from an amazing trip to the National Stationery Show in New York, where we picked up gorgeous stationery lines made in the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Hong Kong, Australia, and beyond.  Look for these new products in the weeks to come!

Thanks again and we look forward to serving you!

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