Four Handmade Recycled brown paper envelopes. earthy, rustic and natural! These envelopes can be used as a separate envelope with a letter tucked inwards, or as an All-in-one “letter envelope”. Simply write on the inwards, fold up and seal! Ideal for letter writing, Invitations, Thankyou notes, LOVE letters, Announcements, and more. ? ?This paper is not suitable for calligraphy ? ? **** Please Note***** the envelopes by design, are not already sealed up. A dot of glue, sealing paraffin wax, washi gauze, or sticker along the top flap will seal the envelope for you when your letter is inwards, or after you have written directly on the inwards of the envelope. (SEAL NOT INCLUDED. seals are pictured just for suggestion[…]

We’ve just brought in some fresh things from Original Crown Mill. We have the Classic Laid and the 100% Unspoiled Cotton. I’m a sucker for the indeed nice writing paper. The Classic Laid in juices is what I’m talking about today, mainly because I love textured paper and having just a bit of feedback when I write – the sound and feel of the nib against the paper! If you’re going for smoother paper, you will want to look at the 100% Unspoiled Cotton. Original Crown Mill Classic Laid Writing Stationery – in fluid or white! We had been thinking about Original Crown Mill Paper and debating back and forward on it for a while now. We had been holding[…]

Shipping Times Most orders are processed and shipped within 1 to Two business days after your order is submitted, not including custom-made orders. Orders with priority shipping will be processed on the same day if received by 1pm CST (excludes weekends and holidays). Priority shipping options for custom-built orders apply to transit time only. Production time cannot be expedited. Once your package leaves our warehouse, you can expect the following transit times for delivery within the contiguous United States (barring extreme weather conditions and holidays): Standard: 7-10 business days, depending on your shipping address, within the contiguous United States. Transit times will be longer for addresses outside the contiguous United States (i.e. Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico*). Initial pick-up and[…]

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So I’ve always loved the look of dip pen handwriting, reminding me of the time when traditional correspondence was the norm. Unluckily, my touristy-bought Italian dip pen set has been collecting dust in a box. I have indeed bad mitt control and found it so difficult to write anything at all. Perhaps I was too impatient or perhaps I just didn’t give myself enough time to develop, so I want to give it another attempt. I realize practice makes ideal…the wonderful wisdom we learn from kindergarten. I quickly designed a lovely airmail stationery set to get myself into the mood of handwriting a letter. You can see from the photo that I printed on creamy cardstock which was flawless for[…]

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