This was a perfect way to push me into making more cards, and of course, spreading a little love around the world, too. Back in the Dark Ages of my childhood, we didn't have this newfangled invention called e-mail. We had to write letters, with a pen, barefoot 10 miles in the snow. Each way!
I loved writing letters as a kid, and my mom encouraged it. I wrote to my relatives in India, to other kids I had met at summer camps, and even to a penpal or two I found in Metal Edge magazine, who liked the same cheezy 80s hair metal bands as me. Mike in Calgary, you rock! \oo/
It started back on Oct 9, and I'm a little behind, of course, so I will be playing catchup. Fortunately Christmas is around the corner and I've already got a bunch of handmade cards ready!
|Standard personalized stationery with a little zing!|
And that was it. Simple, but just a touch of handmade goodness. I wrote to wish G and her family happiness and sleep with the arrival of their baby. Because what new parents couldn't use a little more sleep?
It's not too late to join in! If you decide to get in on the 52 Weeks of Mail goodness, blog about it and drop me a link here so I can see what nifty things you've sent out!