Below is a list of the top and leading Stationery in Portland. To help you find the best Stationery located near you in Portland, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Portland’ Best Stationery:
The top rated Stationery in Portland, OR are:
- Paper Epiphanies – is happy to make letterpress greeting cards and luxe office goods
- Little Otsu – is an independent publisher and retailer of quality paper goods
- Hello! Good Morning! – is a joyful gift shop for kids of all ages
- Letterpress PDX – it has been printing stationery, bookplates, and more since 2010
- Allport Editions – is a fine art poster firm intended at making art accessible
Paper Epiphanies is happy to make letterpress greeting cards and luxe office goods that capture the voice of today. They are proud to write words that are real. Words that sound like them. They are proud to make cards that actually say what they are thinking. At Paper Epiphanies, they write at the moment. They make cards that you want to send. And write humor that actually makes you laugh and maybe blush.
In just a few short years, their business has grown rapidly, and proud to have their products carried in stores all across the globe. Its cards and goods are brought to life in their Portland, Oregon studio.
Stationery, Greeting Cards, Gifts + Goods
Address: 2501 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR 97202
Phone: (503) 841-6783
“Unique selection of gifts and paper goods, top of the line original letterpress cards, and a killer store design. There’s so much thought and heart put into everything they do! A wonderful new retail addition to Portland- we’re so lucky to have them! Also that Lisa Congdon mural on the west side of the building is a beautiful and cheerful visual for the neighborhood.” – Jess A.
Little Otsu is an independent publisher and retailer of quality paper goods based in Portland, Oregon. They like to focus on goods made in the USA, Europe, and Japan from places they have visited or would like to visit. They began as the publishing division of the San Francisco store Otsu, founded and owned by Yvonne and Jeremy in 2002. They had already been working with artists through hosting art shows, carrying their handmade goods, and making their exclusive artist t-shirt series.
In 2004 they began as an extension of that, serving as a way to collaborate with like-minded artists to create unique and useful print products using alternative materials like soy-based inks, recycled, and tree-free papers.
Stationery, Planners, Calendars, Journals, Pencils & Pens, Cards, Office, Home, Books, Places
Address: 3225 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202
Phone: (503) 236-8673
“Little Otsu is my absolute favorite local spot to stock up on journals, pens, and so many treasures I didn’t know I needed until I visited this thoughtfully curated shop! Everyone who works there is knowledgeable, accommodating, and super helpful. To be honest, this place has spoiled me with its high-quality products and individualized care. I feel so taken care of at Little Otsu! If you love journals, cards, art, ceramics, and so much more, I highly recommend you check out their website or pop by for a visit next time you’re in the neighborhood.” – Katie Templeton C.
Hello! Good Morning!
Hello! Good Morning! is a joyful gift shop for kids of all ages with a whimsical and eclectic mix of imported and locally made treasures. Unique Japanese stationery, home decor, fun toys, beautifully illustrated children’s books, folk art, and one-of-a-kind vintage. They are situated inside Cargo, a massive import store and Portland attraction for over 20 years.
Home Decor, Art, Toys, Children’s Books, Vintage, Stationery, One Of A Kind, Fun
Address: Inside CARGO, 81 SE Yamhill St, Portland, OR 97214
Phone: (971) 258-1811
“Best collection in Portland of art, gifts, books, and monsters for kids of all ages! And experience the beautiful floating blue whale sculpture. I love this shop! Really well curated by the friendly shop owner/artist. Always worth a stop by to see what new and unique finds she has in her shop. My Boyfriend and I got an illustrated book for his niece, and she just gobbled it up!” – Suzanne M.
Letterpress PDX specializes in giving small businesses, artists, designers, and publishers letterpress and design solutions that look like a million bucks but work for a much smaller budget. Since 2010 it has been printing stationery, bookplates, business cards, wedding invitations, broadsides, postcards, gift certificates, hang-tags, book covers, coasters, and bookmarks by hand on the 4+ tons of equipment that lives in the studio.
Its studio is filled with historic printing equipment and loads of letterpress samples that you can pick up and touch for inspiration. They are also available for phone or video consultations by appointment and would be glad to mail you paper samples by request.
Business Cards, Wedding Invitations, Bookplates, Broadsides, Postcards, Gift Certificates, Hang-Tags, Stationery, Book Covers, Coasters, & Bookmarks
Address: 1831 N Killingsworth St studio c, Portland, OR 97217
Phone: (971) 200-1965
“Uniquely displayed and beautifully written cards with expressions for any occasion.” – Johnathan K.
Allport Editions is a fine art poster firm intended at making art accessible. After many years of successful poster publishing, blank note cards were an addition to the Allport line. Just in time, Ardys’ son Michael threw a few humor greeting cards into the mix, nearly as an afterthought. Little did he know the combination of humor and art would take Allport to the top. Greeting cards have since become the success of the Allport story.
They make cards that are artful and cards that are amusing, and sometimes cards that are both at the same time. About thirty years later, they have evolved into a leading publisher that sells artful and intelligent social expression products nationwide and beyond.
Stationery, Shop Cards, Artists
Address: 716 NE Lawrence Ave, Portland, OR 97232
Phone: (503) 223-7268
“Cute shop just off Sandy, I would highly recommend if you’re looking for a little set of unique thank you cards, or little knick-knacks. I like purchasing birthday cards, as they have a little something for everyone, and any occasion.” – Nicole J.