Letterpress Notecards – The Gracious Stocking Stuffer

December 6, 2010


Pistachio Press Letterpress Note Cards Mosaic

Admit it. The days when you open your mailbox and there is a hand-addressed envelope your heart skips a beat. You open those first. We may use the web for keeping in contact, managing minutiae, work and all sorts of the mundane, but the important things that need to be said – they are said on beautiful papers with pen and ink.

Oh, for the days filled with graciousness and courteousness to return. The handwritten note is an art – and the gift of a set of beautifully letterpressed note cards is full of thoughtfulness and elegance. I like these found on etsy at Pistachio Press.

Is it just me? Does anyone else fall in love with papers and grin at the sight of a personal note?

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2 Responses to “Letterpress Notecards – The Gracious Stocking Stuffer”

  1. Knighton Says:

    Me too! I love love love beautiful note cards. And this summer when I needed a new set for the interview process, it was like pulling teeth to find some locally. One store (ONE!) in a 50 mile radius carries decent stationary.

    So, I bought two sets of lovely Crane letterpress. Take that digital universe!


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