• Marissa & Terri

How to Write a Joy-Filled Letter

Writing or receiving a letter is old-fashioned in the best of ways.


Instead of an email or text that can be glanced over, a note can be read with care.




That is why it brings people joy when they receive a beautiful, thoughtful card.


Here are several keys to a joy-filled card:


Pretty Penmanship


Heart-filled handwriting is one of the most important ways to make your recipient feel appreciated. Rushed penmanship can seem like the sender had better things to do than write a note, while pretty penmanship lets the recipient feel as though the writer had all the time in the world to craft a lovely letter with thoughts centered around the receiver.


Superb Sentences


Vocabulary is another key to a note-worthy card. Using distinguished descriptions adds more polish to your sentences, so go ahead & favorite the thesaurus on your computer to impress your recipient & express your heart more fully.


Know When to Write


Emails & texts are today’s letters, but sending off a little snail mail is sometimes the way to go. Here are some events to consider picking up a pen & beautiful notecard:


  • Expectant friend or family member

  • Congratulating the newlyweds

  • A friend or loved one’s birthday

  • Birthday Invitations or Children’s Birthday Invitations

  • Condolence card

  • A "Thinking of You" note



Pleasant Package


The last thing to consider? Finding a pretty card to send off. Our cards fit any occasion, & can send light to your friends or loved ones.



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