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Anything and Everything, like the name suggests, stocks anything and everything to do with paper. You’ll even find handcrafted products made out of hand-made or screen printed paper, and we’re absolutely loving it.

Coming To A Letter-Head

Offering something for every age-group, Anything and Everything aims to cater to every household, and add some extravagance to everyone’s special occasion. Having grown enormously from just one order of 50 Best Wishes cards, Sharila Surpal keeps adding new products to the range pretty consistently.

They have a team who complete the designing, paper cutting, screen printing and fabrication process in-house. And we have to say that the hand-made products are blowing our mind. What we love is that all the products can be customised and personalised to the choice of the customer, and that they are very reasonably priced.

Money Woes?

Think no more. They offer regular discounts to returning customers, and to those who order in bulk. They also run contests on their page, where you can win some of their fabulous products.

Loving Leaves

While the quality of paper used is really really good, it is the prints that have won us over. Their floral range of envelopes is pretty in pink and the stationery set is on our wish list, with contents ranging from 25 envelopes and best wishes cards to five large gift bags, 10 perfume bottle bags and eight wine bags. Looking to gift? This is perfect.

They deliver across India and outside, though the COD service is available only within Delhi and NCR.

Where: 1810/7, Opp DDA Park, Kotla. adjoining South Ex-1

Nearest Metro Station: Moolchand

Price: INR eight onwards

Timings: 10am – 7pm

Contact: +91 9811318346, +91 9811318659, 011 41042465

Follow their Facebook page here.

Featured image courtesy: Anything & Everything

Anything and Everything
1810/7, Opp. DDA Park, Kotla Mubarakpur, Near South Extension Part 1, New Delhi
+919811318659

Elegant Stationery Sets At Anything And Everything

Anything and Everything
New Delhi

Ten-Second Takeaway

Anything and Everything, like the name suggests, stocks anything and everything to do with paper. You’ll even find handcrafted products made out of hand-made or screen printed paper, and we’re absolutely loving it.

Coming To A Letter-Head

Offering something for every age-group, Anything and Everything aims to cater to every household, and add some extravagance to everyone’s special occasion. Having grown enormously from just one order of 50 Best Wishes cards, Sharila Surpal keeps adding new products to the range pretty consistently.

They have a team who complete the designing, paper cutting, screen printing and fabrication process in-house. And we have to say that the hand-made products are blowing our mind. What we love is that all the products can be customised and personalised to the choice of the customer, and that they are very reasonably priced.

Money Woes?

Think no more. They offer regular discounts to returning customers, and to those who order in bulk. They also run contests on their page, where you can win some of their fabulous products.

Loving Leaves

While the quality of paper used is really really good, it is the prints that have won us over. Their floral range of envelopes is pretty in pink and the stationery set is on our wish list, with contents ranging from 25 envelopes and best wishes cards to five large gift bags, 10 perfume bottle bags and eight wine bags. Looking to gift? This is perfect.

They deliver across India and outside, though the COD service is available only within Delhi and NCR.

Where: 1810/7, Opp DDA Park, Kotla. adjoining South Ex-1

Nearest Metro Station: Moolchand

Price: INR eight onwards

Timings: 10am – 7pm

Contact: +91 9811318346, +91 9811318659, 011 41042465

Follow their Facebook page here.

Featured image courtesy: Anything & Everything

A full time enthusiast of the 'gram', Kasturi paints and writes on her eponymous blog. She's looking to establish herself in a stable job despite her impending and current existential quarter life crisis. Not having stayed in one place for too long, she muses about the Arts and has an astronomical appetite for, well, food.

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