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Felix Doolittle is a stationery company specializing in creating beautiful personalized papers and gifts based on artist Felix Fu’s charming watercolor illustrations. Founded in 2003 by Felix and his wife, photographer Loren Sklar, Felix Doolittle strives to elevate the very human art of communication. Felix’s watercolors are joyful and nostalgic—each piece is a miniature work of art.


Felix Doolittle products are a beautiful way to reach out, whether you prefer to spark a young one’s interest in reading by giving them a set of personalized bookplates and illustrated bookmarks, share your homemade culinary creations with family and friends, or take the time to create a handwritten a note they’ll cherish. The artists and artisans in our tight-knit team carefully handcraft your gifts while Felix paints by the front window of our ivy-covered studio. Constantly finding beauty and inspiration in the world around him, Felix frequently adds new illustrations to our library of more than 3,000 images. We hope you’ll come back often to see what’s new!

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The Conversation Continues -- Personal Calling Cards

July 21, 2015

 

It's summertime with all the ease of everything that entails - easy clothing, easy weather, easy food, and easy travel! Summer brings us outside and the warm (ok, blistering hot) weather must melt our hearts too, because everyone seems friendlier these days. Strangers speak to us and we speak to them while we wait together in line ...for ice cream, or at one of the local ponds nearby. Maybe you'll be traveling abroad and meet people who feel like soul mates, or soul sisters and brothers, and you must stay in touch. How to continue the conversation, the connection, that was started? Easy. Personal Calling Cards.

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30 Days of Gratitude - A thank you note challenge

April 07, 2015

April is National Letter Writing Month. Sure, it's most likely devised by the US postal service, but who cares! It prompts us to make time to slow down and write a note or letter. It's a gift really. We came up with the idea of using the month to pen 30 notes of gratitude. 

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