Collaborations, New Products

Lars Collection Launch

Today is the day for the launch of our collaboration with The House that Lars Built and the talented lady behind it all Brittany Jepsen. This collection has been a long time in the making and I can't tell you how much I love the products. They are fun, happy, and sweet with bright colors and, of course, a bit of a Scandinavian design influence. As part of the collection we have launched cake toppers, food picks (like these cute ones below), drink stirrers, wrapping paper, confetti, and confetti balloons

Food Picks

The best part of the launch is that you can take 20% off sitewide on everything from Lars Collection as well as our everyday collection.

 Just enter the code "LARS" when you go to checkout on our site. Click here to shop.

How amazing does everything look all together? It is so beautiful and thematic and would make the most perfect party. 

Drink Stirrers

Food Picks


Wrapping Paper

Drink Stirrers


Confetti Balloons

See the entire collection here!


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Holidays, Party Hacks

Party Hacks: Red, White, and Blue Colorblock Drink



Red, White, and Blue Colorblock Drink

I am so excited to be starting a new series called Party Hacks, where we show you some simple and easy tricks you can do to make any occasion more exciting. This month we have a fun patriotic-inspired drink for the 4th of July: Red, White, & Blue Colorblock Drink.

This recipe is actually really simple and looks so fun for a Summer barbecue party!


  • Cranberry Juice (We used both Cranberry Apple and Cranberry Raspberry and loved them)
  • Blue Sugar-free Sports Drink
  • Coconut Drink
  • White Sports Drink
  • Ice

First, we pour in the Cranberry into a fun, tall glass. Pour until you reach 1/4 of the glass, then carefully add ice until the top of the glass. The ice will make the Cranberry layer rise, so don't add too much!

Next, we mixed 1/2 coconut drink and 1/2 white sports drink. We did this because the coconut adds that rich opaque white color and the white sports drink makes it smooth and so that the layers blend well together. It works perfectly! Once the two white drinks are mixed well, pour the mixture very slowly over the top of the ice. If you go to quickly the drink layers will blend. Pour until you reach

Then add the blue sports drink by pouring slowly again over the ice. 

Last, be sure to add a fun drink stirrer, like we did here!  That's it! It is pretty simple and makes a huge impact. I hope you love it!

Click below to watch the video

Check out even more fun 4th of July products here: 




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Events, National Stationery Show, Press

National Stationery Show Recap

The National Stationery Show is a tradeshow for professionals in New York City each May and features some of the best and most unique paper goods around. We are finally getting around to showing off a little recap of what happened there and our beautiful booth display. I really love how everything turned out this year. Let's just say that paper flowers are my favorite and this year we even added some pretty cute marble balloons! You can shop our marble balloon collection here!  

Alexis Mattox Design at the National Stationery Show

This year's booth showed off so many new products and it was exciting to see how much people loved it. 

Check out some of our new products here:

Die Cut Cards

Treat Bags


Glitter Banners

Temporary Tattoos

Cake Toppers

Foil & Glitter Cards



Who doesn't love Eames table and chairs? It's the perfect place to sit and talk with clients during the busy show. 


Also, have I mentioned I love New York? In the spring it is always rainy but I think the moodiness makes things even prettier! 




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careers, design, jobs

Designer Job Available

We're hiring!
We are excited to be hiring a new position for a designer! This position is only for locals and we have included the job description below. We are looking to hire happy, energetic people who love good design that is modern, fresh and exciting. We offer a flexible work environment with a wide variety of design projects. 

Alexis Mattox Design specializes in stationery, party and wedding products with a specific emphasis on laser cut greeting cards and cake toppers. We create celebratory products and are looking for a passionate, skilled person to join our team. AMD is a family-operated small business producing quality goods, made in America.
Job Decription
Graphic Designer
Springville, Utah
Starting hourly rate $16-22 depending on qualifications and experience

-Bachelor Degree in graphic design or a fine art field-BFA preferred
-2+ years experience

Technical Skills
-Proficient in Adobe Illustrator (you know those shortcuts, right?)
-Proficient in Adobe Photoshop
-Experience with digital drawing tablets a plus
-DSLR photography skills and Adobe Lightroom a plus
-Strong Illustrative Abilities
-Strong Ideation and sketching skills
-Ideal candidates will have experience or skills in the following areas: Typography, calligraphy or hand-lettering, knowledge of current trends, love social media, and enjoy creative problem solving.

Applicant Attributes
-Attention to detail
-Organized and able to switch between projects easily
-Motivated and able to work independently
-Participate in bi-weekly critiques -- giving and receiving constructive criticism
-Enjoys problem solving and creative thinking

To apply:
-Send your resume and portfolio of work to

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    Free Elf Printable "Make Work Your Favorite"

    Happy December! December is typically filled with at least a couple of movie nights of ELF at our house. I thought I'd make a little Christmas decor/ motivational poster for my desk! 

    So we have made a little free download for you too!



    My desk is also never this clean so I felt like this moment should be documented as well. It is usually covered with papers and samples and, frequently, like a million cheerios!  


    Click the image below to copy the high resolution image. It is formatted to an 8.5 x 11 inch paper so you can just print it on your home printer and cut it down to size. 

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