Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Shop 52 Denver-Four: {Scribbles} and a Giveaway!

Hello and welcome to my 4th installment of Shop 52 Denver! Today I'd like to introduce you to Scribbles, a gorgeous stationery and invitation boutique just down the street from The Nosh Nest (which I spotlighted HERE last week)!

This fabulous little shop is co-owned by Taryn Walsh and Kelly Lessman and is located at 2368 15th Street, Denver, CO 80202. You can also shop on-line at http://www.scribblespaper.com/
Scribbles is an absolute candyland to anyone like me who ADORES all things paper! They sell a wide variety of notecards, greeting cards, paper, ribbon, gift wrapping supplies, invitations, etc.

These notecards are made locally:

And check out this stunning display of high quality papers, which could be used as wrapping paper or as patterned paper for cards, scrapbook pages, or other paper crafting projects!

Spools and spools of yummy ribbon!

Cards for all occasions!

And I couldn't resist including some photos of the inspiring decor in this place! Every detail is tended to. For example, this script writing is painted on the floors! Ahhhh...pure bliss!

And look at these ceiling tiles! WOW!

The furniture used in the displays gives the boutique such a comfy cozy yet elegant feel! Just beautiful!

LOVE this sweet little boutique and I hope you enjoyed your tour too! And as a reward for stopping by today, I have a GIVEAWAY! Leave a comment telling me your favorite thing from this post, and I'll enter your name for a chance to win this fun little bundle of goodies (a package of owl tissue paper and 3 yards of ribbon):

Since this post went up later than usual you have until Thursday, December 30, 2010 at 11:59 PM (mountain time) to enter! At that time I'll draw one name and announce the winner on my blog on Friday, December 31st! Good Luck!

December Shop 52 Denver Recap:

Shop 52 Denver-One: {The Wild Grape}
Shop 52 Denver-Two: {The Soap Shop}
Shop 52 Denver-Three: {Nosh Nest}
Shop 52 Denver-Four: {Scribbles}

*****SPECIAL NOTE*****
Be sure to stop by the DeNami Design Blog today, too!!! It's sneak peek time over there and this release is SO FULL of TOTAL CUTENESS!!! You're going to LOVE it!!!


Anonymous said...

I love all your tour stops, what a fun little place. I love the paper, and ribbons--so many ideas of what you could do with all of those goodies. p.s. thinking I might need some floors like that in my house :)

Paulina said...

Oh wow, this shop looks utterly adorable! My favorite part was the script writing on the floor- that handwriting is beautiful!

I cannot get enough of how cute that tissue paper is! I've never seen anything like that before! TOO CUTE!

Thanks for hosting this super fun giveaway, Lisa!

Heather Gates said...

What a fun store! I am sure that I could spend a few hours in a store like this. What I love about post/store, is the variety of ribbon displayed. I can already think of some projects that I could use these yummy ribbons!

Tenia Nelson said...

Awesome store!!! You already know what I love about this store.....the ribbon of course...lol!!! Man.....I could shop in this store all day long!!!

Unknown said...

I think this store is awesome. Great concept of having the items locally made. The note cards you featured are beautiful, and the rest of the photos show how versatile the store is. Wishing I new about the store when I was in Denver earlier in the year.

Michele Gross said...

Tell the truth...how much of that fabulous ribbon did you end up getting?? ;) What a fun store!!!

Mandy said...

This store looks fantastic! I just love little stationery and paper goods stores! So much fun!!

Carol McFarland said...

Thank you for point out such a fun shop! Even the way they display their stuff is fun!!!Pick me! Pick me!

Sherri Everett Thompson said...

What a fun little shop! I love looking in shops like this-you can find the cutest gifts! And I LOVE that owl tissue paper, Lisa-I have a slight weakness for anything with owls. :) I'm so glad Michele linked me to your blog-I just signed up to be a follower!

Karen B. said...

Ooh, I love looking at the photo that shows the wall of wrapping paper. Such pretty designs! And the way they decorate, wow! I need to make my house feel like that!

~Tammy~ said...

Being in the middle of a move, sharing computers being away for a few days really puts me behind on my blogs! I love the ribbon and paper goodness of course, but I love the ceiling tiles. I know I missed your deadline, but I enjoy reading your post anyway!!! Happy Brw Year Lisa!!!