As best as historians can determine, stationary was invented by wealthy Egyptians who wanted a long-lasting way to document their brilliance. In the late 17th century, stationary was used almost exclusively by the wealthy and educated. As printing presses gained popularity and sophistication, stationary started being used by the common folk. Today, stationary provides a way for lovers of the written word to bring their words to life. Expressionary seeks to help card and letter devotees build what their "stationary wardrobe." They offer stationary that's fun, formal, casual and everyday. And of course they have a wide offering of postcards, announcements and invitations for special occasions and to help give holiday greetings a personal touch. Their offerings don't stop with just paper. They have a vast assortment of gifts too. Gifts that include a nod to today's primary means of communication in the form of customizable iPhone covers. Expressionery stationary proves that the pen is still mightier than the sword. And they offer better discounts than the local armor supply company.