How Impressive! has been the leading provider of stationery and personalized paper products in Libertyville for almost 15 years and in downtown libertyville going into our 12th holiday season! We are a family-owned and operated small business that is committed to quality products and excellent customer service.
How Impressive! offers a fine selection of paper products in a variety of colors, weights, and finishes that offer customers outstanding performance for all of their communication needs. Personalized and custom design services are available upon request.
We also have great in-store gifts for all of the people on your gift-giving list from Nora fleming, kate spade, lilly pulitzer, kameleon jewelry and soo much more!
For more information about all of our products and services, we invite you to visit our store to talk with one of our knowledgeable associates. We look forward to meeting you soon! 847.680.6458
wedding invites, stationery & personalized gifts
amazing wedding invitations, bridal shower invites, personalized bridal party gifts — we are a full service wedding provider. we are open 6 days a week and sundays by appointment. come see our over 22 different wedding albums in the shop and you will love our wall of fame containing some of the hundreds of different unique wedding invitations we have done to date. call to make your appointment today ask for kristine knutson, the owner, and she will make sure you are well taken care of!
how impressive! has been recognized as a crane & co. model store!
"The store was one of only a handful of stores to be re-designated a model store. Crane & Co. is the country's leading maker of fine 100 percent cotton stationery. The company's roots extend to the birth of the nation. Crane's Liberty Mill made the paper on which Paul Revere engraved colonial currency in 1776.
'It's quite an accomplishment,' said owner Kristine Knutson. 'It was awesome and I am working hard to maintain it again this year because I love and adore the products that have been around for so long.'
Stephanie Kohl, Libertyville Review (IL)