Less Work, More Play: Labor Day Stationery Favorites

As a 211-year-old American company, one of our favorite holidays of the year is certainly Labor Day. Created to celebrate all of the hard work our labor force has done for this country, Labor Day is rightfully a time to kick back, relax and, well, not labor at all.

So in honor of backyard barbeques, the coldest of beverages and a game of horseshoes or two, here are our favorite stationery picks that remind us of less work and more play.

Get in a morning match or two with friends before temperatures begin to soar. Winner gets the first mimosa…

gold engraved tennis racquet notesOr perhaps a sunrise ride, when all is still quiet and the air is crisp and dewy, is the perfect start to a day off…

Gallop through the brush and onto the beach to pick up some shells for your growing collection. Don’t forget to say hello to any coastal critters you may find along the way…

Zip along the coast toward town, where warm baguettes, tart jam and crisp rosé await, ready for an afternoon ride…

bicycle notesJust in time to catch a spectacular sunset, all aboard for a lap around the warm bay. Don’t forget the tasty rations…

compass note cardsOr head to the park down the street, where a picnic blanket, your closest friends and a symphony await…

And if all else fails, there’s always Paris. Ah, Summer, je t’aime.

Celebrate Labor Day with free shipping on orders of $100 or more all weekend! Shop online or at your local retailer.

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About craneandco

More than 200 years ago, Stephen Crane decided to make a statement. And it wasn’t with his fashion forward breeches or well-groomed mutton chops. It was with his Liberty Paper Mill, named so just two years after the British occupied Boston – and just five miles away. A tres bold move, if we do say so ourselves. Today, Crane & Co. still calls Dalton home, our 100 percent cotton paper still incites swoons, and we’re still making bold statements. Still not with breeches.

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