Petite Alma for Tiny Prints Birth Announcements, Baby Shower Invitations, Holiday Cards & More
Featured Petite Alma Collection
|Petite Alma Holiday Cards||Petite Alma Birth Announcements||Petite Alma Baby Shower Invitations||Petite Alma Birthday Party Invitations|
|Petite Alma Baptism||Petite Alma Moving Announcements||Petite Alma Thank You Cards||Petite Alma Business Cards|
Other Petite Alma Categories
- Petite Alma Themed Birthday Party Invitations
- Petite Alma Sibling Birth Announcements
- Petite Alma Twin Birth Announcements
- Petite Alma Pet Announcements
- Petite Alma Mommy Cards
Kirby Woodson, the renowned designer and creator of Petite Alma, is instantly recognizable in the design industry for her trademark blend of New York simplicity and Parisian style. Woodson began her career as a successful children's fashion designer for the Gap in New York City. She enjoyed her work, but her desire to add some international expertise to her portfolio led Kirby to accept an offer to design for the famous French company Bonpoint. She packed up, moved to Paris and began dreaming up the idea for the Petite Alma line of stationery. Woodson returned to New York to design a clothing line for Princess Marie Chantal of Greece, and has been growing as an artist ever since. Since launching Petite Alma, Kirby has experienced wild success in the stationery industry. In addition to Petite Alma's adorable line for Tiny Prints, the design studio has also recently branched out to design elegant wedding stationery for our sister site, Wedding Paper Divas. In addition to further developing all of these exciting new ventures, Kirby continues to consult in the design industry in New York City.
IN THE PRESS:
Petite Alma has been featured in numerous publications, including Town and Country, InStyle, InStyle Parties and Daily Candy.
"I started designing stationery on the side while I was working in children's clothing. A woman that I worked for saw my designs, and asked me to start designing cards for the checkout counter of her stores."
Kirby says that one of her proudest moments as a stationery designer came when she saw her iconic Screaming Baby design she created for Tiny Prints in a feature in the Wall Street Journal. She also loves to see her designs unexpectedly pop up on her friends' refrigerators.