Letter-Writing Campaign

101 articles in category Letter-Writing Campaign

It’s been far too long since I have done a Letter-Writing Campaign post. I have been neglecting the letters sitting in a neat row on my shelf, but no longer! This adorable, yummy missive hails from Richmond, Virginia — and arrived during #write_on month.It reads: Hi Sarah, Thanks you so much for …

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Today’s beautifully addressed letter came some time back from Kansas City — but with the craziness that was National Stationery Show, I am just posting it now. At any rate, check out that penmanship! Inside it reads: Hi Sarah! I came across your website through Whimsy and Wild‘s Instagram post …

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I had a really hard time picking the last letter for this giveaway —in my opinion, every letter I get deserves a big box of swag. Even if they don’t win the write_on grand prize, however, I will be featuring each and every one at some point — and everyone will …

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So, I knew about this letter before it arrived thanks to the wonders of Instagram. When it did reach my post office box, my daughter was so eager to read it (she was very impressed with how the back envelope flap was inked — you can see this at the …

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Picking winners for this giveaway has not been easy, but I’ve found a most deserving soul for this week. The folded William Arthur note, and its fancy orange lined envelope, found its way north to me from Florida.Inside it reads: Dear Sarah, I was so torn about sending this card. You …

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So, yesterday my nine-year-old daughter was home sick and I asked her to help pick this week’s winner. This was no easy task, as we have different ideas about nearly everything these days. Complicating matters is the fact that every write_on letter I’ve received these past few weeks is beyond …

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Congrats to TPC’s first Write_On winner of 2016, who wrote this lovely missive March 31, but sent it April 1 to start the month out right. Her envelope begs the question, how exactly did I miss out on Harry Potter Forever stamps?!?In small, perfect printing, Maggie writes: Dear Sarah, Greetings from Greensboro, …

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I’ve been in magazine production all week, but I must take a break from the spring issue of Stationery Trends to share a really fun highlight coming to TPC throughout April — which, in case you have been living under a rock, is National Letterwriting Month! Write_on — that fabulous …

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