Dear Hancock Stationery Objects Notecards

On this Monday morning, it is fun to share these Dear Hancock Stationery Objects Notecards I’ve been using with my letter writing – adding a “three-dimensional decor for your desk!”  

It includes peonies, pots of tea, transistor radios, and cup with pens and paint brushes in it. There are three gift cards – the timepiece – that I’ve already included one in a recent letter. The pastel splashes of colors on the envelopes are fun!

The fold-over envelope box they arrived in has me continuing to use the box.  This is a link to the Dear Hancock Blog posting about their Spring Line for Chronicle Books, published in 2014.

From the description over at Amazon –

“Dear Hancock is a design studio whose stationery, custom invitations, greeting cards and prints are inspired by a mix of nostalgia, humour and everyday life. Created as a hand-illustrated homage to the art of formal correspondence, Dear Hancock observes the propriety of expressing personal sentiments in a fun and unexpected way. Their paper goods are sold at stores around the world including Anthropologie, Paper Source and more.”

This is a set of stationery I’m going to order again – it has been that much fun to send and share! Happy Monday!

Anchors Aweigh,  


Dear Hancock Stationery Objects Notecards Attribution & Thank you to the following

Upper left image Stationery Objects: Notecards to Send and Stand, by Dear Hancock. Excerpt.

Link Dear Hancock Blog –  Stationery Objects Notecards Chronicle Books. @DearHancock




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