The Anchored Scraps Correspondence Hat box (& April 2015 AnchoredScraps Recap)

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The Anchored Scraps Correspondence Hat box (& April 2015 AnchoredScraps Recap)
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Today it is a delight to share that I am now taking pre-orders for the Anchored Scraps Correspondence Hat box exclusively designed for AnchoredScraps.com by Scrap and Design owner Shelly Holt. 

Scrap and Design is today’s Complement Thursday providing a wonderfully creative environment for scrapbookers and card makers in the Wilmington, North Carolina and surrounding area with a variety of events, classes, and crops!

ScrapAndDesignLogoThe two boxes being shown today are the first two of eight in the suite that will be offered from which to choose – as each one is customized by theme, there is one for travel, stamps (for the new stamp collector in me), vintage, etc.

No two of them are the same as each hat box is repurposed.  These complement the box of custom AnchoredScraps handmade cards shown earlier in the month, also by Scrap and Design.  You would plan to tie your letters into bundles with grosgrain ribbons and store in your own box – it includes five grosgrain ribbons!

If you have an interest in getting in the queue please use the contact form and send a note to me.   In the next week or so these will be offered in the store but I wanted you to know about it now!

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In this day of mass-produced items if you are wanting a unique gift to give yourself or to someone special then plan on five weeks from start to finish including the shipping time.   Right now if you were to get in the queue you could safely plan to have the second week of June once your order placed and confirmed.

AnchoredScraps.com is now mobile-friendly!

When viewing this site from your smartphone it will be with the mobile version, and if you scroll to the bottom of the screen there is a link to take you to the full desktop version if you want that viewing option.

AnchoredScraps Recap of April 2015 blog posts

Image Date Title Daily Blog Post #
   4/01/2015  Embracing April #35
 4/2/2015 #Maundy Thursday #36
4/3/2015  The Old Rugged Cross #37

 

4/4/2015  8,385 Jelly Beans #38
   4/5/2015

Happy Easter 2015

#39
   4/6/2015

Writing Outside the Box

#40
  4/7/2015

Handdrawn flower doodles

#41
  4/8/2015

National Card and Letter Writing Month celebrates with “From Me to You”

#42
  4/9/2015

Complement Thursday debuts with WriteAnalog.com

#43
  4/10/2015

Exploring the Zentangle®

#44
  4/11/2015

Postage Due

#45
  4/12/2015

Paws-ing to Type

#46
  4/13/2015

Focus on Stamps

#47
  4/14/2015

Pony Express 1960 Commemorative Stamp

#48
  4/15/2015

Shoe Box Stamps

#49
  4/16/2015

Complement Thursday with Edelweiss Post

#50
 Image of assortment of stamps in Shoe Box Stamps 4/17/2015

Shoe Box Stamps … Continued here.

#51
  4/18/2015

Write Away

#52
  4/19/2015

Adding some Zazzle

#53
  4/20/2015

Letters of Encouragement

#54
 Covers of 3 books by Bill Zimmerman 4/21/2015

“Lunchbox Letters”, “Laptop Letters”, & “Hummingbird Joy” – books by Bill Zimmerman

#55
  4/22/2015

‘Letter of Encouragement from Nature’

#56
4/23/2015

Complement Thursday: ‘Little Boy’ movie

#57
  4/24/2015

One bulb at a time

#58
  4/25/2015

Getting Ready to Set Sail

#59
  4/26/2015

Anchored Actions

#60
  4/27/2015

Wrap-up & Kick-off in Morse Code

#61
  4/28/2015

Anchoring our time

#62
4/29/2015

Anchored Scraps Address Book Debuts

#63
The Anchored Scraps Correspondence Hat box 4/30/2015

The Anchored Scraps Correspondence Hat box (& April 2015 AnchoredScraps Recap)

#64

As today wraps up National Letter Writing Month it is a joy to see how much has been accomplished this month!  Thank you to Carla McKeown for her post today on the Anchored Scraps Address Book now available.
Here’s to a great month of May!

Anchors Aweigh,  

Helen

__________Addendum: Note the above table format updated April 24, 2018 to include Thumbnail images from header of each post

HR Addendum January 25, 2019, updating formatting and slight grammar adjustments for SEO from the desktop