To Whom it May Concern,
We first told you about April being National Card and Letter Writing Month on March 31st. How’s it been going so far? Have you brightened someone’s day with a handwritten note or card? There’s still PLENTY of time.
New to the whole letter writing thing? It’s cool; we’re here to walk you through your correspondence options. Newbies, or those who have a lot to write should stick with the basics. We recommend the Chronicle Books Mix and Match Stationery Sets. With any design to fit your mood, each set comes with 16 printed sheets, 16 envelopes, and a sticker sheet. The bundle is packed in a self-sealing polybag for protection. Super Cute!
Perhaps you’re a boxed stationery kinda person. We got you covered! Clarkson Potter’s Par Avion, Paper Plane Note Card set should be right up your alley. How does 12 printed cards, 13 envelopes, and a sturdy box with drawer and ribbon pull sound? They’re almost too cute to write on!
Why not send someone a piece of your favorite art? MoMA Notecard Sets are perfect for sending someone a little masterpiece. Ten cards (2 of 5 designs) and ten envelopes are artfully tucked away inside a solid magnet closure artcard envelope. Pièces de résistance!
Or go très chic with these Lilly Pulitzer Note Card Books. All the Lilly style you love, but in mail form! The notecards are pad bound so you just pull, write, and send!
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PS: If you need someone to write to, head over to the folks at More Love Letters. end strangers a little love or encouragement today.