Stationery Starter Set :: custom order {blogtoberfest day 22}

happy mail starter set

 

A couple of weeks back, my lovely friend Kylie sent me a message, wanting to chat about my stationery shop and some options for gift packs, as a prize for a trivia night she was helping host. We back-and-forth-ed a bit, and in the end, we decided to pull together this sweet custom Stationery Starter Set:
letterpress stationery happy mail starter kit (custom order)

In a little kraft box nestled a set of 5 flat A6 note cards from my signature “a little note to say…” range – this set was the “thank you” set – along with a co-ordinating set of 5 mini A7 cards with ” i love you” as the sentiment. I love this tiny cards as a way to pop a little happiness in someone’s lunch box, or in a parcel that is being sent, or tucked under their windscreen wiper, or or or… Can you tell I love little messages? Then top round out the set was a folded “life doesn’t need to be perfect to be wonderful” general use card. A business card (the very first!), some navy twine, a kraft tag and of course the handstamped “barefoot” metal charm, and I loved the end result so much it was hard to pop it in the post and let it find a new home. I’m slowly building up my folded card range, and I’m thinking these boxed sets might have to make an appearance at a fete where I have a stalled booked in a couple of weeks.

On the Blogtober front, I am hoping to keep up with daily blogging over the weekend, but it just depends on my iThings – the app on my phone is giving me trouble so I’m crossing everything the iPad will behave. Otherwise I’ll be back Monday with camp wrap-up, and a couple of new projects. Have a fabulous weekend, if you don’t see me here, you will definitely find me Instagramming up a storm, including hosting #saturdaynightcraftalong and maybe even a Periscope video…

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