Welcome letter writing enthusiasts and those new and/or rediscovering the joys of letter writing. We celebrate letter writing here!
AnchoredScraps letter writing blog encourages old-style correspondence through handwritten letters between kindred souls since 2015
Whether the topic focuses on buying your first fountain pen, downloading a printable for jotting down a few whimsical sentiments, sending a post card, dusting off your typewriter, the joys of selecting vintage or new postage to our envelope cachets, adding to our stationery stash, or simply hand-writing a letter – it’s all fun and part of the journey with a blog post by Helen Rittersporn.
Here you will find ongoing encouragement to regularly carve out a few precious moments to connect with others via “old” styles of correspondence, specifically in letter writing.
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With Thanksgiving 2020 this coming Thursday, we are looking at the new USPS Mayflower in Plymouth Harbor Forever Stamp. It celebrates the 400th Anniversary “of the arrival of 102 English passengers off the coast of today’s Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1620. The passengers on the Mayflower
With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, my Sending Thankful For You Greetings printable is our focus today. In addition, I’m including a lookback at two previous blog posts of free printables – one is of several beautiful Thanksgiving postcards, and the other on
On this Veterans Day 2020, we are recognizing the day with gratitude along with Operation Christmas Cards for Our Troops; their deadline to receive from us is by December 1st. <–Note this special letter-writing opportunity time-sensitive deadline. First, I’m including from my November 11, 2015
Our blog focus this morning is on Sean Connery Vintage Movie Postcards. Upon learning of his passing on Saturday, it has found me recalling favorite movies of him and looking for postcards of them. With our letter writing, how much fun would it be to send