To Whom It May Concern,
As April draws to a close we thought it might be fun to review an additional mailing options for National Card and Letter Writing Month. Postcards!
If you don’t have a lot of time to wax poetically but still want to send a quick sentiment, postcards are the way to go. And for the pennywise consumer, postcards are cheaper to mail. Postcards don’t have to be something that you pick up while you’re on vacation – they come in loads of designs and packaging options.
The Princeton Architectural Press Pattern Box is a lovely collection of one hundred postcards from ten international designers. The designs are curated by New York City's Textile Arts Center and the pattern designers’ bios are included in a booklet within the keepsake box.
Cooper Hewitt’s Object of the Day Postcard Book is a win/win for both sender and receiver! Tear the postcards out on their perforations and a small image is left bound to the spine. Voilà! The sender is left with a small book of beautiful objects to keep for themselves.
Quirk Books salutes Awkward Americana with their Stars and Swipes postcard book. Read, laugh, rip, write, and send.
Postcards aren’t just for adults. Get the kids in your life writing early and often with Chronicle Books The Art of Disney Postcards. Take a trip down memory lane with 100 postcards featuring Disney art from 1937 – 1961. Don’t worry, Chronicle has others in the series that cover additional years and movies so collect them all!
You only need the bare necessities to get started writing!
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