Papyrus

★★★★★
  • 940 Broadway

    New York, NY 10010

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  • 212-228-2877

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Sun 11am-6pm, Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 10am-7pm

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Ever since I was in Junior High School, I have always loved stationary stores. They have been the perfect alternative for thank you notes and create more visually appealing to do lists. I even recall spending hours after school in Morning Glory buying specialty pens and color patterned paper. Though my habits haven??t changed much since then my taste in stationary has progressed to a more sophisticated selections. Fortunately such quality is made available at a reasonable price at Papyrus. This store is so small it is hard to believe how much merchandise they have - they have everything you need to give that special gift that special look. On some occasions I have spent several hours practically obsessing over paper invitations to parties that reserved solely for weddings (I haven??t been to a wedding in over a year lol.). I always need some sort of an excuse to go in there the items here are just great and the staff is always so friendly and helpful. This year I have finally found the perfect excuse to purchase custom invitations, I will be throwing a swanky rooftop cocktail party for my birthday. I can??t wait to plan my event and intend on using Papyrus to supply all of my dcor and invitation needs.

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★★★★☆

Ever since I was in Junior High School, I have always loved stationary stores. They have been the perfect alternative for thank you notes and create more visually appealing to do lists. I even recall spending hours after school in Morning Glory buying specialty pens and color patterned paper. Though my habits haven??t changed much since then my taste in stationary has progressed to a more sophisticated selections. Fortunately such quality is made available at a reasonable price at Papyrus. This store is so small it is hard to believe how much merchandise they have - they have everything you need to give that special gift that special look. On some occasions I have spent several hours practically obsessing over paper invitations to parties that reserved solely for weddings (I haven??t been to a wedding in over a year lol.). I always need some sort of an excuse to go in there the items here are just great and the staff is always so friendly and helpful. This year I have finally found the perfect excuse to purchase custom invitations, I will be throwing a swanky rooftop cocktail party for my birthday. I can??t wait to plan my event and intend on using Papyrus to supply all of my dcor and invitation needs.

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Ever since I was in Junior High School, I have always loved stationary stores. They have been the perfect alternative for thank you notes and create more visually appealing to do lists. I even recall spending hours after school in

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★★★★★

Ever since I was in Junior High School, I have always loved stationary stores. They have been the perfect alternative for thank you notes and create more visually appealing to do lists. I even recall spending hours after school in

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Ever since high school, I have had an unnatural obsession with fancy stationary stores. Maybe it??s the OCD in me, the anal retentive who likes to pick out my outfits the night before and color code my planner with highlighters and colored pencils. I used to spend hours in Kate??s Paperie searching for the perfect notebook. I finally found it, and being a loyal consumer I??ve only used Miquelrius notebooks for the last six years because its sections are separated by color. It wasn??t until my senior year of high school that I discovered Papyrus, wandering along Fifth Avenue one day trying to avoid going home and doing my homework. I was in love. I spent hours poring over specially designed birthday cards that cost $5.99 and seemed to be hand glittered. Everyone who worked there was so shiny and happy. I wanted to be one of them. I especially remember being obsessed with personalized invitations to cocktail parties and housewarming parties, bachelorette parties and dinner parties, and I remember thinking ??I??ll never be that old?. It will take forever to be old enough to have a dinner party wonderful enough to warrant fancy invitations and a little black dress. Little did I know that the internet would change the way we invite people to things, and that paper invitations to parties are reserved solely for weddings, which is definitely not happening anytime in the near future. But I was sixteen. I was allowed to dream. And my dream was that one day my girlfriends and I would throw a swanky, fabulous cocktail party with invitations I purchased at Papyrus for way too much money. While that never actually happened, I still venture into Papyrus from time to time for funny, quaint, original birthday cards for my closest friends, assisted by shiny, happy people. And I still get that feeling I had as a teenage girl: that everything is shiny and happy, and that anything is possible.

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★★★★☆

Ever since high school, I have had an unnatural obsession with fancy stationary stores. Maybe it??s the OCD in me, the anal retentive who likes to pick out my outfits the night before and color code my planner with highlighters and colored pencils. I used to spend hours in Kate??s Paperie searching for the perfect notebook. I finally found it, and being a loyal consumer I??ve only used Miquelrius notebooks for the last six years because its sections are separated by color. It wasn??t until my senior year of high school that I discovered Papyrus, wandering along Fifth Avenue one day trying to avoid going home and doing my homework. I was in love. I spent hours poring over specially designed birthday cards that cost $5.99 and seemed to be hand glittered. Everyone who worked there was so shiny and happy. I wanted to be one of them. I especially remember being obsessed with personalized invitations to cocktail parties and housewarming parties, bachelorette parties and dinner parties, and I remember thinking ??I??ll never be that old?. It will take forever to be old enough to have a dinner party wonderful enough to warrant fancy invitations and a little black dress. Little did I know that the internet would change the way we invite people to things, and that paper invitations to parties are reserved solely for weddings, which is definitely not happening anytime in the near future. But I was sixteen. I was allowed to dream. And my dream was that one day my girlfriends and I would throw a swanky, fabulous cocktail party with invitations I purchased at Papyrus for way too much money. While that never actually happened, I still venture into Papyrus from time to time for funny, quaint, original birthday cards for my closest friends, assisted by shiny, happy people. And I still get that feeling I had as a teenage girl: that everything is shiny and happy, and that anything is possible.

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Ever since high school, I have had an unnatural obsession with fancy stationary stores. Maybe its the OCD in me, the anal retentive who likes to pick out my outfits the night before and color code my planner with highlighters and colored

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Ever since high school, I have had an unnatural obsession with fancy stationary stores. Maybe its the OCD in me, the anal retentive who likes to pick out my outfits the night before and color code my planner with highlighters and colored

 

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