It’s so fun to share these and watch the pile of letters on my desk decrease, if only by a little bit. This lovely emerald envelope travelled all the way from Munich. I love that stamp, and once again, an international envelope arrived pretty much completely pristine.

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The elegant card is dated March 4 & reads:

Hello Sarah!

What a wonderful idea! I received your request via LinkedIn and immediately (and happily) put it on my to-do list.

I’ve been enjoying your blog and bookmarked it as well. I create printable stationery (like this card) under the moniker e.m. papers. Take a look if you get a chance. 🙂

Best, Eleanor

Eleanor, this is so lovely! And I really enjoyed looking around your site, your work is really engaging. And, you are lucky enough to soon be receiving swag from my latest amazing sponsor: Libretto. This is from their exquisite Christian Lacroix line of goodies, a set of 12 flat cards packaged in a super-luxe foiled box.

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Check out the envelopes! I love little surprises like that. I must admit, I get a lot of samples, but these, as well as the others Libretto graciously donated to the campaign, will be slightly difficult for me to part with. But I know they will be appreciated, hopefully even loved, and definitely used, which is the whole point of the campaign.

Libretto right now has two collections — the Christian Lacroix, and Architectural Watercolors. They sent me samples from both that I will sharing here in the coming weeks, and sending to correspondents.

Libretto will also be in booths  2810 and 2812 in the National Stationery Show section of signature mix marketplace.

Please do write in! Libretto is but one of several amazing sponsors that have come on board in the past few weeks. To participate, just send me a letter, card or postcard on your favorite paper 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 some writing papers along with a note for your efforts.

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