Last weekend, I picked up a cheery pack of brightly-flowered notecards, to begin my letter-writing campaign anew. I wrote one to my grandmother - I know it will bring a smile to her face when she gets it in the mail, and that made the writing all the more fun.
(Though I've realized how dependent I've become on the ability to proof-read my writing before it becomes permanent - my spelling has become careless!)
You don't have to say much in a letter - it really is the thought that counts.
1.) Life is Beautiful from Rifle Paper Co.
2.) Periwinkle from Smock
3.) Gold botanical from Rifle Paper Co.
4.) Heart from Smock
5.) Empire State Building from Oblation Papers
6.) Hello, There from Smock
7.) Gold Hearts from Sugar Paper
8.) Elephant Hello from Sugar Paper
Wouldn't you be happy to sift through your catalogs and junk mail and weird magazines addressed to the previous tenant to find one of these pretty little things?
Photo at top from Kimberose Photography.