Today’s letter comes to me from Gretchen Hoffman at Paperwoven. The design — called Streaker — depicts just that from a banana’s point of view.


Inside it reads:

Hello Sarah, Have a great day … hope it’s full of fun! Best, Gretchen at Paperwoven

Thanks for writing in, Gretchen, I enjoyed checking out Paperwoven. Essentially, once you sign up & download the app, the service enables you to pre-schedule greeting cards that need to be sent year in and year out (e.g., for your parents’ anniversary). You get an alert, customize the card and it’s mailed for you. If you pay as you go, it’s $3.99 a card … and their designs are certainly cute & competitive with what’s out there (they also have a network of designers that anyone can apply for).


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I think such a high-tech concept should get a high-touch sampling of wares, so I’ll be sending Gretchen a selection of gorgeous handmades from LEHIGH Paper. These are so adorable, enjoy — and thank you again Abigail for donating these! I’ll be a little sad to say good-bye to these beauties.


Do you want some free stationery swag? Then send me a letter, card or postcard on your favorite paper (which is most likely gathering dust) and tell me what makes it so. My address is: P.O. Box 22133, Beachwood, Ohio 44122.

I will share it here, and then send you even more stationery for your efforts. And to anyone else who is interested in donating, please reach out — I definitely want to hear from you too!


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