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After studying at Parsons School of Design in New York City, Stacy Claire Boyd went to work in the paper boutique of the city's famous Henri Bendel department store. It was there that Maria Shriver "discovered" Stacy when she commissioned handmade invitations for a shower she was throwing for Caroline Kennedy. Since then, Stacy Claire Boyd has grown to be one of the most recognized names in the stationery industry. Her lighthearted illustrations, keen eye for color and trendy design aesthetic make her a favorite among celebrities. She won the viewer's choice wedding invitation design on the popular "Today Show" segment "Today Throws a Wedding." Despite all of her success, Stacy still says that her most exciting accomplishments are her three beautiful and inspiring children who remind her every day that life is meant to be enjoyed.
"The most memorable card I've ever received was a thank you note from Dakota Fanning. Not only am I a huge fan of hers, but I was just so impressed by her maturity and politeness. It was such a sweet note that I actually framed it and keep it in my office! I smile every time I see it."
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When Stacy's daughter was born, Stacy planted a Japanese Magnolia in the backyard. Every year on her daughter's birthday, the tree blooms in little pink blossoms, and Stacy takes her daughter's picture next to it. She loves to look back over the years to see how her daughter and the tree have grown and become even more beautiful.
THE LOST ART OF LETTER WRITING:
"It is so important that people do not lose touch with personal correspondence in its most earnest form-with paper and pen. When someone takes time out of a hectic life to sit down and handwrite a little note, the gesture is far greater than if the same words were typed on a computer. Every time I open a letter that was handwritten and sent through the mail, I feel like I've been given a rare little gift, and I greatly appreciate it. It just makes me feel special!"