It is interesting the USPS Postal Bulletin is showing the 2021 National Baseball Hall of Fame Pictorial Postmark is showing today’s date of July 25, 2021, for the Induction Ceremony. YET, over at the National Baseball Hall of Fame website, it is showing the
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 the 2014 movie Signed Sealed Delivered for Christmas in July as our theme this Wednesday morning. Today’s blog post is a bit longer than usual, grab your morning beverage of choice and enjoy! Watching it last night for the first time now
This photo of an envelope from 1959 perfectly shows addressing a letter Before There Were Zip Codes! First, I have to shout out my sincere thanks to Debbie, one of My Three Muses here at AnchoredScraps for sharing this photo from her collection of
These beautiful Sand dollar note cards are very appealing to me, especially with July meaning there are trips to the beach! With letter writing, I really do enjoy finding unique notecards for not only adding to my stationery stash but imagine – actually USING
As we celebrate Independence Day it is fun sharing these 4th of July Cachets from 1932, 1944, and 2016! My sincere thanks to stamp club buddy Jimmy Jordan for sharing the images of them from his personal collection. Before beginning, finding envelope cachets for
Letter Writing Project 88 The Type Set by Keith Sharon, Journalist, Nashville Tennessean is our focus as we close up June 2021! Of course, I’m going to be writing a letter to him! And I’m hoping you will join me in letting him know