On the little alley, Borgo dei Greci, which connects Piazza Santa Croce and Piazza Signoria, there is a charming paper shop called Signum. This alley is empty now, so unlike previous
times when it was always crowded with tourists.
I always recommend purchasing the little note pads here to bring home. Light weight and easy to pack, they are something everyone can use. The designs are typical Florentine patterns with the giglio, symbol of Florence predominantly used.
I will have these notepads as well as note cards with envelopes available in my Tesori Italiani collection for the holidays.
Fall has brought beautiful, crisp sunny weather here in Florence. My little corner of the courtyard in my apartment complex is alive with color!
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Ciao Maren, when will the Christmas collection be available for purchase?
Hope to have all ready for pre-orders Nov. 1.