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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Rifle Paper Co. sidewalk sale boasts pretty paper and popsicles Friday-Saturday

Posted By on Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 3:47 PM

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Did someone say sale?

We know it’s a little out of the ordinary for us to blog about sidewalk sales, but we would never forgive ourselves if we failed to mention this one.



Rifle Paper Co., the Winter Park-based shop that’s internationally admired for its stationery, prints, calendars and more, is having an event Friday, July 24, and Saturday, July 25, and paper fanatics should totally brave the hot heat and summer sun for it. Head down to Hannibal Square and you'll find Rifle products up to 70 percent off.

Not so much a hoarder of cards and calendars? Check out the free goodies, like a live screen-printed poster by Orlando-based experts Mama’s Sauce, and free Hyppo gourmet ice pops for the first 100 attendees each day. (They'll stick around to sell pops throughout the day.)

Take a look at the announcement, which is of course beautifully designed. We'd expect no less.

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