Blog: It’s National Letter Writing Month!

April 1, 2016

IMG_8829(DIY Paper Punch Pencils via Damask Love)

 

It’s National Card & Letter Writing Month, sisterfriends! I’ve been looking forward to this month since last year! If you’ve been following my blogging journey for a while, you know that I started out as a card maker – which means, snail mail has a very special place in my heart!

For the last year, I’ve been stashing away DIY stationery tutorials, free printables and more just so I can pile them into the month of April, when we’ll all be picking up a pen to actual WRITE a letter rather than an email! If you’re ready to get the party started, I’ve already kicked off National Letter Writing Month in the Damask Love Newsletter! Throughout April, the newsletter will include exclusive projects, downloads, printables, and prizes…yes, I said prizes. If you’re not signed up for the newsletter, go, go, go! You still have a little while longer before today’s newsletter goes out!

Now it’s your turn to share your letter writing habits! Are you a snail mail lover? Will you be sending some letters or cards this month?

5 thoughts on “It’s National Letter Writing Month!”

  1. What a wonderful idea! I didn’t know! I’ve been after myself for months to be more attentive with notes and cards through “snail” mail. Looking forward to the inspiration!!

  2. I am so THRILLED to see others who value handwritten letters too! I have a very close friend who helps me in our “letter writing campaign” across the world! I just love snail mail too! I can’t wait to see all your great inspiration!
    Take care!
    Michele

  3. I’m a card maker and a snail mail lover too! Just like I think it’s important to call someone to connect (instead of always texting?), I think a hand written note or letter shows you care. It’s a kind thing to do, and a treasure to receive! So glad to see you spreading the love here!

  4. Getting a nice hand-written letter or notecard in the mail is like getting a mini present mailed to you. No one writes anymore and it’s kind of sad! Love your beautiful pencil cards Amber!!!

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