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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We have Stamps & Chutes on this last Wednesday of October 2020! The Stamps portion of the headline refers to the Drug Free USA stamp (arrived yesterday), and the Winter Scenes Stamps booklet. With Halloween this Saturday, we have a fun video of a candy
It is a joy to be celebrating the Stamp Decoupage by stamp club buddy Gene, especially with it being National Stamp Collecting Month! Happy Wednesday! Let me introduce you to Wilmington Philatelic Society (WPS) Lifetime Member, Gene Sauer, who is 93 years young! She
Greetings to you with the Presidential Stamps Puzzle 1000 pieces! With the 2020 U.S. Presidential Elections a little more than two weeks away, the timing seems perfect for today’s blog topic. While the puzzle does not even come up in the search results at
Later this month the Anoka Halloween Capital 100 Years book arrives. It commemorates the “Anoka Halloween 100th Anniversary: 1920-2020” in Anoka, Minnesota. If the name of the city sounds familiar, four years ago we were looking at it because it was the site of