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I am so excited to announce that I will be teaching a letter-writing and stationery making workshop on September 4th, hosted by Christian Fine Arts of Forsyth, in Cumming Georgia! At this workshop we’re going to dive into all sorts of snail mail awesomeness, including:
• The history of letter writing, stamps, and envelopes
• Tips on how to write a good letter every time
• How to make your own stationery and envelopes
• The etiquette of letter writing
• How to determine the number of stamps to use, with or without a postage scale
• Practice your penmanship and learn a few hand-lettering skills
• Different creative ways your can address your envelope
And so much more!
This workshop is open to all ages, and it’s only $25 per person! Check out the video below for all the details, plus find out about the very special people we’ll be sending our letters to!
If you’re interested or want to sign up, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message me on my contact page. I’d be so happy if you joined us!
Please be sure to tell any of your friends that you think would be interested– the more the merrier!
Happy Snail Mailing!
For the lovers of Scotland and the lovers of maps, The Nightingale Stationery Co. brings you it’s newest stationery set design! These beautiful envelopes are made from brown paper bags, and printed with antique maps of Scotland, highlighting a few large Scottish cities– Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Inverness. Each envelope includes it’s own matching sheet of stationery paper, also made from a brown paper bag. This one-of-a-kind stationery set it repurposing at it’s very best!
→ Envelope’s measurements are 4 x 5 1/2 inches.
→ This set includes four envelopes and four sheets of stationery paper.
Want a custom set made with the location of your choice? Email me at email@example.com! I can’t wait to make your set!
I can’t wait to hear what you think! Let’s chat in the comments below!
Happy snail mailing!
P.S. You’re awesome.😉
Sorry. I won’t make it a habit to “advertise” my new business on my blog, but I just made my favourite set yet and I simply can’t resist showing you! So please tell me what you think of it in the comments too.😁
What do you think? Should I make more of this design?
Bye for now!
Hi everyone! I’m back and this time with 10 creative ideas that you can test out while you are stuck at home. 😊
- Write a haiku.
- Write down ten things you’re thankful for on sticky notes, and stick them on the wall next to your bed.
- Write a short fantasy story and read it to your younger siblings (if you have them🙂)
- Memorize a short psalm.
- Sew a pretty change purse by hand. Maybe even embroider your name on it!
- Send a letter to an old friend. Don’t forget to decorate the envelope!
- Take a picture of a bird. 🐦
- Polish your church shoes. (Believe me–this is SO satisfying!)
- Start learning a new language. (It’s more fun than you think!)
- Give your mom a hug.♥️
What keeps you afloat while you’re stuck at home?
Now it’s time for something a little different–you could make this number eleven on the list, if you like.🙂 I’m going to put up some of my photography below, and you get to caption it! Please put your name, the photo number and your caption in the comments below, and the winner of each photo will get their name and blog name listed with their winning caption in a post of winners! I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Looking forward to seeing your entries! This is going to be fun… 😁
Hello! I’m back for a quick post to show you the creative efforts of–no, not me–my sister and my best friend, who are two lovely artists. These first photos are by my sister Ruth, and they are pen and watercolour on watercolour paper.
It’s not perfect (no one will tell you that more than Ruth, haha!), but don’t you just love it’s pretty simplicity? It captures the imagination.
She likes this one a little better, but I actually like the first one best. But I think this one technically has less mistakes. 🙂
And now–this the envelope of a lovely letter I received today, from my best friend. Isn’t it so pretty?? (The colour blocks are to keep our addresses private.)
Speaking of painted envelopes and letter writing, I just recently read this wonderful blog post with lots of inspirational ideas that I intend to implement with my next letter.
Well, that’s all for today! Hopefully I’ll have more soon… 🙂
What are your favourite things to do with your letters? Do you prefer watercolours, acrylics, or oil paints?