Hallmark teams up with Sarah Jessica Parker for stationery range

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014. Filed under: Beauty & Style Entertainment Hollywood Stars Home & Garden Online Videos
Sarah Jessica Parker for Hallmark ©Hallmark all rights reserved

Sarah Jessica Parker for Hallmark
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(Relaxnews) – If you’re looking to bring a little Hollywood glamour to your stationery collection then Sarah Jessica Parker’s latest design project might be a welcome surprise: the movie star has teamed up with Hallmark to create a range of greetings cards for 2014.

Including cards, gift wrap and stationery, the brand’s Sarah Jessica Parker Collection aims “to help women celebrate life’s joyous moments and find beauty, meaning and happiness in the little moments in between.”

Sarah Jessica Parker for Hallmark ©Hallmark all rights reserved

Sarah Jessica Parker for Hallmark
©Hallmark all rights reserved

“When you think of Hallmark, you think of kindness and caring. Those are values that are important to me, that reflect the wife, friend and mother I want to be and what I want to help foster in others,” said the actress.

The collection features over 70 cards, touching on the themes of love, friendship, birthdays and weddings, amongst others. Each design displays a unique combination of patterns, illustrations or calligraphy, inspired by the star’s personality and vintage artwork designs.

The collection also includes notecards, gift bags and boxes featuring whimsical floral designs.

The Sarah Jessica Parker Collection is currently available at Hallmark Gold Crown Stores.

Sarah Jessica Parker for Hallmark ©Hallmark all rights reserved

Sarah Jessica Parker for Hallmark
©Hallmark all rights reserved

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