Paper Source

Shopping, Gifts and stationery Upper West Side
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Paper Source
This stationery mecca has opened two new shops—in Soho and on the Upper West Side (its first location is in Cobble Hill). Whether you’re on the hunt for the perfect wedding invites (pack of 20 for $53) or the ideal wrapping paper ($8–$10 per roll), you’ll find what you need in this DIYers haven. Customize your office space with brightly colored 17-month calendars ($30), or use snail mail (it still exists!) with house-brand rosette-print note cards (ten for $13); Crane & Co. thank-you cards (ten for $23) and artisan-made greeting notes ($4–$7 each). There’s even a ten-foot wall of more than 500 rubber stamps ($4–$18 each) to satisfy any creative desires.


Venue name: Paper Source
Address: 309 Columbus Ave
New York

Cross street: between 74th and 75th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–6pm
Transport: Subway: B, C to 72nd St
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LOVE them! I get all my cards from Paper Source and they're always a hit. I'm constantly torn between wanting to tell everyone about this place and not wanting everyone to know my amazing gift card secrets


I was so excited when Paper Source finally found its way to the East Coast. A bay area native, I was always accustomed to having a Paper Source an arms reach away, and it was saddening for the crafter that I am to move to NY and not have PS available. this place is great for sourcing cards, beautiful papers (for crafting, wrapping, etc.) as well as quirky, off-beat gifts and knick-knacks. I buy most of my cards from here as their assortment is extensive.


The store is always very bright, and well lit, with fun and seasonal decorations, creating a welcoming atmosphere. The staff is generally friendly, and helpful, as well as knowledgeable on a wide range of products. The layout is clean and intuitive, so it's relatively easy to figure out what you're looking for, and browse their selection. I really like the artisan cards on the walls. They are very well made, and feature a wide assortment of styles, designs, and occasions. Originally, I would grab anything from a convenience store, then I realized Papyrus were generally just better. Now I come to Paper Source.