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Personalized labels, recipe cards from Newton illustrator

Felix Doolittle offers cards with food images like French macarons.

Felix Doolittle

Felix Doolittle offers cards with food images like French macarons.

Felix Doolittle

Felix Doolittle’s recipe cards.


Felix Doolittle recipe cards, kitchen labels, and assorted notecards, created by Newton-based illustrator Felix Fu and previously available only through the company website, are now at brick and mortar stores. The line includes return address labels, many with Fu’s beautiful food images. His new Hello! notecards, mirrors, and notepads are also in the lineup. Fu’s wife and business partner, Loren Sklar, describes the new items as “an everyday line.” They are printed in Waltham, on a larger scale than the company’s handmade pieces, so are less expensive than personalized alternatives on the site. Felix Doolittle will hold a trunk show Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at Stonegate Gardens, 339 South Great Road, Lincoln, 781-259-8884. Some of the line is at Rugg Road Paper Co., 105 Charles St., #1, Boston, 617-742-0002, or go to ANDREA PYENSON

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