I have found that keeping a stack of notecards handy for sending means I’m much more likely to remember to slip a kind word in the mail. Even better when they’re cards I’ve been able to make pretty myself.
Artifact Uprising’s new Everyday Cards are hands down my favorite product of theirs to date. I think it’s the fact that they come in such sweet little sizes (I chose the mini 3.5″ x 4.9″ when I made mine) and that they can be used for any occassion, like saying hi to your mom or sending a love note. I decided to put all of my neighborhood flower gawking to good use and delved into my photo archive to select a few of my favorite shots from the past few springs in Brooklyn. This way, I’ve got a little something cheery to scribble on should the spirit move me.
This week, Artifact Uprising is offering a Reading My Tea Leaves reader a chance to make a pack of 20 Everyday Cards. For a chance to win, enter your email address in the form below. A winner will be chosen at random and notified on April 27.
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