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How gorgeous are these designs by Polkka Jam? Love them! The prints I have pictured are from their postcards, but you can find these same prints or different ones as tea towels, posters, decoration, and they even have a section of children's prints that are fabulous! I especially love the garden focused illustrations.

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Polkka Jam is a company out of Finland, and have been illustrating and designing their prints for over ten years at their studio. They aim to keep their products as local and ecological as possible. Be sure to check out their blog, for updates and what inspires them.

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Some more stationery that I am currently digging is Ask Alice, a company out of Australia.  Though the picture above is from their greeting cards section, they carry a mix of books, postcards, gift tags, art prints, and craft kits (pictured below) all with their quirky designs that are adorable and fun! – Tiffany King

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..Polkka Jam

..Ask Alice

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