With so many ways technology allows us all to connect instantly on a daily basis, like texting, email, Facebook and Instagram; handwritten correspondence is becoming a lost art. So today, Clear and Simple Stamps challenged the design team with a group project - to bring back the 1980s (circa pre-Facebook) and create a set of stationery for a hand written note.
I love sending thank you cards. I can come up with a million reasons to send thank you cards. And no matter how many, it's always a thoughtful gesture to surprise someone in the mail with a little love. Don't you think?
I used the beautiful 24-Karat Gold A2 envelopes and created a coordinating set of cards and stationery paper. There are even matching stickers to seal the envelopes shut.
So I did my best to create a flourishing cluster of flowers using Build-A-Wreath Spring and Lovely Leaflets.
And a little gold embossing for the sentiments. I love that sparkle!
The box was created using the lid from an acrylic box and My Style Blueprint cardstock. If you've ever purchased ink from Clear and Simple Stamps, then you might recognize the acrylic lid. Every ink you purchase from Clear and Simple Stamps comes carefully packaged inside an acrylic box to prevent any ink from spilling. I save the boxes to re-use on projects like these.
There's more stationery projects to see. Start at the Clear and Simple Stamps blog for links to all the participating designer's blogs.
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