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Spring picks from the experts at Epitome Papers.

Since its move to Excelsior from Edina in 2016, Epitome Papers has become a local go-to for adorable stationery. Shoppers flock to find Rifle Paper Co. and Kate Spade products, as well as off-the-beaten-path items. Looking for a spring refresh for your desk? (Pastels, anyone?) Epitome Papers owners Alexandra Masui and Dana Townsend have a few suggestions.

To keep your schedule organized: Try a weekly jotter with lime green touches and gold embossing ($29), a turtle magnifier ($35) and a coordinating pen ($46).

To take the prettiest notes: Choose from hand-painted books in warm earth tones, a touch of gold and sky blue, or lime ($25 each). Accessorize your desk with a gold leaf tray ($34) or a mini cement bowl for paperclips ($4).

To stay in touch: Address books designed by Rifle Paper Co. feature gold embossing and beautiful illustrations. You’ll actually want to use these instead of your phone ($36).

To reminisce: If you’re in the mood for a blast from the past, look no further than a vintage-inspired notebook ($17). Of course, you’ll need a pen to match ($11).