A do-it-yourselfer’s paradise, Rugg Road stocks an exceptional collection of more than 600 types of hand-made papers from around the world. Create truly one-of-a-kind invitations with help from the amiable staff, who’ll gladly give you a hand with coordinating colors and suggesting themes—to ensure that what gets delivered to your guests’ mailboxes will never end up in the trash.
Best of Boston 2009 Stationery
This little Charles Street stationer is a dream for do-it-yourselfers, packed as it is with almost 300 kinds of handmade papers (and ...
Best of Boston 2008 Stationery
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