Paper Dolls

Paper Dolls owner Sarah Keefe

Paper Dolls co-owner Sarah Keefe.

With mobiles, email, IM, texting, Facebook, and all the other digital whatever, it's become so easy to keep in touch with other people and never touch a piece of paper.

But people are still putting pen to paper. "It's unbelievable how much stationery we sell," says Sarah Keefe, the co-owner of Paper Dolls in Saratoga.

And a quick browse through her store will make you realize why: paper can be fun.

Keefe and her business partner Cora Burns opened Paper Dolls almost two years ago. They had been making custom invitations out of their homes and kept thinking the paper store they'd really want to shop at just didn't exist around here. So, they started one themselves.

Paper Dolls stocks a range of paper products, including stationery, invitations, cards, notes, and wrapping papers. The stock definitely tends toward the cute and warm modern.

Here are a few things that caught our eye:

Paper Dolls birthday cards

Paper Dolls fill-in-blank card

Paper Dolls wrapping paper

Paper Dolls planner

Paper Dolls wall of paper

Good to know: Paper Dolls will personalize stationery for $5 -- and they'll have it back to you in 24 hours.

Find It

Paper Dolls
80 Henry St
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Tues - Sat 10 am - 6 pm (until 8 pm on Thurs)
Sunday noon - 6 pm

paperdollsofsaratoga.com

(518) 583-4084

Comments

That store is like eye candy for me! I was looking for a reason to go to Saratoga this weekend.

PS - Love the baby sling, Sarah!

This is wonderful news to me! Now I don't have to always go to NYC to Kate's or Jam to get my paper fix.

There's still a demand for old fashioned paper products, eh? This will be good news for my grandma who doesn't understand why you don't need stamps to send an e-mail and how my cell phone can work without a dial tone.

That'd be "stationery." At least you got it right once, out of the three times you tried to use the word.

@Red: Hey, one for three will keep you in the majors.

We appreciate your attention to detail.

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