Handwritten notes spread love.
Do you remember how exciting it felt, as a kid, to receive an envelope in the mail? Maybe it was a party invitation or a note from a friend who had moved away. I love old fashioned snail mail.
To me, the best part of sending a card is:
- You don't have to write much. Even the shortest note brings a smile to someone I love.
- It shows more care than a text message.
- It's a keepsake. Cards tend to be saved and deliver a smile every time it's opened.
- It's a small, inexpensive gesture that goes a long way.
- You might get a card back.
Liberty Knits features an outline sketch of the original drawing created for us by artist Kimothy Joy: a defiant Liberty boldly holding her knitting in protest. The card was printed for us by a small San Francisco letterpress company on a vintage letterpress machine.
The card measures 4.25 inches wide and 5.5 inches tall (A2 size) and comes with a coordinating colored envelope. The paper is a luxuriously tactile heavy cotton.