We are so grateful to all of the wonderful publications, whether in print or online, that have shared our beloved products with their readerships. We thought we’d round up our 2022 January through March features over here on the Dogwood Hill Post! Scroll through for snippets from the features and click through any of the links to read more from each source or to shop our spotlighted products. Happy reading!

Southern Living January/February 2022 Issue – Take Note

Click to shop our featured Neoclassic Notecard and our Brooke Hill Crest Folded Notecard, both featuring artwork by Holly Hollon.


Southern Lady March/April Issue – In Full Swing

Click to shop our featured Masters Gift Tags, featuring artwork by Evelyn Henson.


The Cottage Journal Spring Issue – Verdant Charm

Click to shop our featured Caroline Floral Place Card, featuring artwork by Tenn Hens.


Veranda March/April Issue – Fleurs De Rothschild

Click to shop our featured Blossom Place Cards.


Entertainment Weekly’s EW.com – EW’s Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Click to shop our featured Champagne and Rosé Border Notepad, featuring artwork by Evelyn Henson.


Brides.com – The 21 Best Gifts For Your Husband That Will Steal the Show

Click to browse through all of our Gentlemen’s Notecards, like this featured Antler Crest Notecard, which features artwork by Holly Hollon.


SouthernLiving.com – Is a Thank-You Text Ever Okay?

Excerpt: Jennifer Hunt, founder and CEO of Birmingham, Alabama-based stationery company Dogwood Hill, agrees. “A thank you in any form is always better than no thank you at all,” says Hunt. “If it’s a hectic time and someone has brought something like a meal or gift, a thank-you text in the moment or when the item is being used is a nice way to make sure you do it. But it is always best to follow up with a thank-you note.”

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