Happy Mail

Card Giveaway

I love sending letters and cards in the mail. I especially love sending handmade cards.

I make cards in bulk then slowly send them throughout the year. I ran out of cards though, so when I had two cards I needed to send, I thought I’d quickly make two up.

Two turned into fifty-four.

I tried a new technique with napkins and loved it so I got a bit carried away. I adore them!

So, after going on a card-making frenzy, I wrote in two of the cards and now I have fifty-two cards left.

Yay, I unexpectedly got my bulk lot of cards done.Ā  I’ll send some as proper cards that I write in, but I’ll also send blank ones as part of Happy Mail packages. Then people can use them either to send to someone or in their art projects.

But since there are so many, I thought I’d do a giveaway too.

I’ll send a fellow blogger two of each card design (along with some extra goodies – it will be a mini Happy Mail).

To enter, just leave a comment saying what you’d love to do with the cards.

Which card do you like best?

17 thoughts on “Card Giveaway”

  1. Those cards are absolutely lovely! I’m a bit the same ‘oh, I appear to need a card to send, I’ll go make one’ and then many hours later I emerge from my craft room with over 20 cards! But you can never have too many really, I always need a good stack of notecards to use for letters to pen pals and different swaps. šŸ™‚


  2. Wow, those are beautiful! I just moved out on my own, and I love writing to friends to keep in touch! I’m glad to have friends who are kind of old-school and prefer getting mail over getting emails. šŸ™‚


        1. Hey again, just letting you know I’ve got your cards and happy mail package ready tonight. Apologies for the delay. Was waiting for the other winners to get back to me but in the end they didn’t so I’ll send yours tomorrow. Hope you like it!

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  3. These are so pretty! I am in love with the designs! I would love to use these cards for letters to my close friends. I think the written word has really fallen out of the modern world and technology has replace snail mail. But personally, I love receiving letters and want my friends to experience the same feeling I get!


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