Month: June 2014

More items allowed for quantity ordering on our wholesale stationery site.

On StationeryHQ.com We posted about adding quantity ordering to personalized or customized gift products a while ago. The purpose of this blog is to update you on our progress.

The items in bold are now enabled for ordering up to 20  of the same design. We will enable up to 200 as soon as we solve the packing list issue.

  1. Lunch  boxes with and without wrap
  2. Journals (both 7.5 x 5.5 size and the 8 x 10 size)
  3. Folders
  4. Notebooks
  5. Notepads
  6. Placemats

The items we plan to do next are

  1. Mugs
  2. iPhone Cases
  3. Water Bottles
  4. Puzzles
  5. Trays
  6. Clipboards
  7. Chore Charts
  8. Wrapping paper (since we are coming out with sheets soon)
  9. Binders
  10. Growth Charts
  11. Canvas Gallery Wraps
  12. Cutting Boards

Please let us know if you have input on which order we do these. Have a great week.

 

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notes from a freshie

 

The SHQ Crew with Lady Liberty

The SHQ Crew with Lady Liberty

What should someone expect from his or her first time at the National Stationery Show (NSS)?  I –not knowing what to expect– felt like a transfer student at a new high school [cue in Mean Girls references here].  Hoping to fit-in with the popular clique–aka my SHQ cohorts–I visualized my stylish trapper keeper, accurate scantron, and handy no. 2 pencil…ready for action.

The show itself was a lot to take in on the first day but the nerves eventually settled. It was a blast walking the floor, manning the booth, and seeing new and familiar faces. Though I was nervous of tracking in dirt to our “white space” themed booth, I treasured the excitement of representing StationeryHQ.  It was so moving to hear the enthusiasm from future customers regarding what a stationery fulfillment printer could mean for their business.  Helping answer questions like, “Do you print custom foil wedding invitations?” or “What if I need to order low quantity save the dates?” also turned some frowns 😦 upside down 🙂

Now that my “freshman” year at NSS is complete, I hope to see you there next year…and the year after……..and the year after that………[you get the idea]

Cheers, Chris