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Passing Notes in Class

2 May

Remember passing notes in class?  Being distracted and writing your friend a note about a certain boy or maybe writing a note to your crush asking them if they liked you?  Seems like the days of passing notes are behind us as texting takes it’s place.  I personally still love the idea of a written note.  Maybe you’re not the type of person who enjoys writing long letters, but anyone can write a quick note.  They make such an impression that you took a moment to say “hello” and actually used a writing instrument that doesn’t involve a keyboard or mobile device.

Perhaps that’s why notepads are one of our bestsellers.  They’re an easy and personalized way to write a quick note, grocery list, note for the babysitter, etc.  I’ve picked a few of my favorites to share.

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I hope you feel inspired to write someone you care about a quick note.  Just don’t get caught passing the note during class.

xoxo

Jennifer

 

 

 

Hello Gorgeous!

28 Apr

We just added some adorable new note cards to our site and when I saw them, I had to share them.  Our new note cards are just what your stationery wardrobe needs to add a punch of fun and whimsy.  Who’s day could you make brighter by sending one of these?

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xoxo

Jennifer

Thank You, Guy Trebay

11 Apr

This week I came across a story in the New York Times called “The Found Art of Thank-You Notes” by Guy Trebay.  It was such a great article that I shared it through twitter and with some of my friends. Mr. Trebay really captured the way I personally feel about handwritten thank you notes.  In a world full of emails and texts, it is a lot easier to send a quick “thank you” message, but when you take a moment to hand write a thank you note, it truly stands out.

I was so happy to hear that the art of writing thank you notes is making a comeback.  Maybe in this digital age people are yearning for something that feels more authentic.  Handwriting truly expresses your personality where an emoticon, while fun and whimsical, can’t truly replace the emotions evoked by receiving a handwritten note.

Thank you, Mr. Trebay, for your timely and well written article.  Maybe I should write a handwritten thank you note?

xoxo

Jennifer