On Discovering Letterheady Printables

It is fun to share discovering Letterheady printables, the online site is free and all about sharing the letterhead designs. My sincere thanks to my penpal from Alberta who introduced me by writing her letter on the letterhead design by Charles M. Schulz which included Lucy and Charlie Brown in its design. I’ll have more on it before wrapping up.

Letterheady Printables

Among their most popular letterhead designs, it includes: 1. Nikola Tesla, c.1900; 3. Albert Einstein, 1932; 7. Walt Disney’s Wonderful World Of Color, 1961; 8. The Office of Johnny Cash, c.1960; 9. Harpo Marx, c.1930; 11. The Star Wars Corporation, 1976; 13. Winston Churchill, 1940; 14. Frank Zappa, 1986; 15. Thomas Edison, 1923; 16. Harry Houdini, 1913; 17. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

From the About page I’m including this excerpt:

“Much like its sibling,  Letters of Note, Letterheady is an online homage to offline correspondence; specifically letters. However, here at Letterheady we don’t care about the letter’s content. Just its design. …”

You will especially want to check out the Letterheady/Archive of them. I’m seeing the earliest posting from 2007 on the site.

Before closing, in doing a search, I found THREE letterhead designs for Charles M. Schulz. All three of them are GREAT!  Again, my sincere thanks to my dear penpal Kathy! Try using one, it really had me doing a double take when opening the letter seeing the letterhead! 

Here’s to a great week ahead. In the meantime, have fun exploring the wide range of Letterhead designs! See you next Sunday!

Anchors Aweigh,  


AnchoredScraps blog post #2156 On discovering Letterheady Printables

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