We are having Letter Writing Snail Mail fun with papersushi! It is great finding these two items: snail mail rubber stamp and snail mail greeting card storage box. Consider this a find for that list we have for the hard to find present for the snail mail enthusiasts we know (and for ourselves too!).
Over at the Etsy papersushi shop Jennifer specializes in rubber stamps and lovely packaging out of Oregon.
Letter Writing Snail Mail fun with papersushi
First, we have the papersushi Long Live Snail Mail Greeting Card Storage Box and Dividers for 5 x 7 cards for $65.00.
“Keep your greeting cards organized, easier to find and more likely to be used! This open top wood box fits A7 greeting cards, which measure 5″ x 7”. The box is laser engraved and made in house by yours truly. Oil finished for a beautiful sheen. This box reads “Long Live Snail Mail” in hand lettering with a sweet illustration. Cherry is the lighter color stacked up top, Walnut is the darker color stacked…”
Next, is the Snail Mail Stamp by papersushi for $12 at her Etsy shop. By using it we are able to whimsy of this cute rubber stamp – to our envelopes, note cards, and postcards!
“This hand lettered and hand drawn little snail is ready to add a little sweetness to your next bit of snail mail! What’s better than snail mail? Pretty snail mail! … This stamp is laser engraved for precision and measures 1 1/2″ (38 mm) wide by 1/2″ (14 mm) high.”
In follow-up from last weeks post – National Stamp Collecting Month <– Talk about motivation — my Thanks to Jimmy!
In addition, sharing the rest of the story from last weeks post. My thanks to Jimmy for finding the perfect motivator to get me to attend a meeting in person after having missed several due to so many thunderstorms that always seemed to appear right when its been time to drive over.
This past Tuesday it was great to return to the Wilmington Philatelic Society monthly stamp club meeting getting to see so many friends smiling faces! Two weeks ago I mentioned I was on the look out for my “would like to get some day” list the special souvenir cards by the USPS when it introduced National Stamp Collecting month – with a card each year from 1981 to 1984, Stamp Collecting Month Souvenir Cards 1981 to 1984.
Right after posting that blog Jimmy had emailed sharing he had a set he was happy to give me if I would come out to the meeting! It was great to see everyone and to catch up on all the stamp club activities. I’m already looking forward to coming out to the November meeting next month and have it on my calendar!
In closing, wishing each of you a great week ahead! As a reminder, Halloween is a week from tomorrow, Monday! I’m still figuring out Cooper’s Halloween costume! See you back here next Sunday!
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Attribution & Thanks to papersushi Etsy shop (links showing above), Mystic Stamp Company