i’ll confess: i’m not the world’s greatest at sending birthday cards or handwritten cards. (everyone else in my family wins this game. i do not.) but, i want to get better at it…especially after this year that we’ve all been through. connection is so necessary, and sometimes it can get old + tired for that connection to constantly be between texts, facetime, or from behind a screen.
i think it’s time to give handwritten notes their revival (and, teach our kiddos how much a handwritten note means!) and, let’s face it: i’m stationary obsessed, so adding these to my shop was like a total no-brainer for me!
this week i’ve declared it stationary week in my shop + i hope you love, love, love the new designs i’ve added! i have to say: all of them are perfect for kids (ummm, having some super cute stationary to help encourage those littles who are starting to write might just be so awesome!), perfect for lunchbox notes, perfect to send to teachers (who deserve all the love!), perfect as a pick-me-up gift for a friend, or perfect as a gift to yourself to add to your stationary collection! (am i the only one who has one of these?!)
oh, and easter baskets are coming soon…adding a set of these to your kids’ easter baskets would be just the cutest! ready to see all the latest?! 👇🏻
hello notecard set (with handmade envelopes!) : this is a set of ten cards + envelopes in a super cute, super modern navy + magenta color palette! i adore the script font that i was able to use on these (friends: be ready to get these from me!)
change the world notecard set (with handmade envelopes!): there’s nothing i love more than helping give people a little sunshine in their day…and, that’s why i created this special set of notecards, just to tell people how much i believe in them!
monogrammed notecard set (personalized + with homemade envelopes!): i love me a monogram. seriously, i always take the advice of reese witherspoon…”my rule is, if it’s not moving…monogram it!” i initially made these for my boys + my niece so they had some personalized stationary that they could send to family, but really, don’t they work for writers young + old?!
encouragement notecards with handmade envelopes: whether it’s giving your child a nice note in their lunchbox, sending your child’s teacher a note of thanks, or sending a note to your students during this crazy time, these encouragement notes are perfect to have on-hand when you need them!
personalized thank you cards with handmade envelopes: are these not the cutest little thank you cards for your kiddos to have? for little ones who are just learning to write their name to kids who are learning how to write full letters, these are the perfect little card to have them send to family + loved ones to show off their writing skills!
hope you love these as much as i have loved creating them!