Alas, I have signed up to show you every single piece of envelope art that I have ever captured on camera. This shall be a lot, but hopefully this helps you if you need inspiration for the envelopes of the piles of letters you are procrastinating to respond to (You must be saying, “Audrey Kate, it sounds as if you know about this letter-writing-procrastination thing?” And to that, I say nothing. ).
Enough chatter, onward!
Floral patterns are probably my most often drawn envelope decoration. I just love how happy it makes an envelope and you have complete creative liberties with how you want your flowers to look.
I love making my envelope art match the Christmastime feelings and colors (probably some of my favorite envelope art ever). Here is an arrangement of these styles:
Most of you who have been around awhile know that the fall months are absolutely my favorite. I love putting that season into art, so here we have various autumn-themed decorations.
#4: Valentines Day
Hey, if there’s a season specifically for pink (which actually isn’t my favoritest color but..) and hearts, might as well decorate envelopes that way!
#5: Lettering Focused
My usual go-to for envelopes is just making the lettering of the name and address the focus. It always varies, but sometimes simple is just as beautiful as an all-out design.
#6: Design Focused
You know, sometimes you just have some free time and crack out the paints or the markers and want to go crazy on a envelope. Here are some of those times for me:
And y’all, that is it. Now, this isn’t every design I have ever done, but I would say I have photographed at least 70% of them over the past year-and-a-half. I hope you enjoyed and will return again when you need inspiration for the beautiful envelope you’re about to mail. Thank you for reading and looking!
Which design was your favorite? Which category? Any envelope art related posts you would like to see soon? How has the beginningof June been for you? Icecream or brownies?
So it’s June. Should I react? Yes. Have I done extremely dramatic reactions in previous times? Most definitely. So today I shan’t. (Is “shan’t” actually a thing or just some kind of “Southern Belle” creation where saying two words was something unheard of?)
Because now that it as turning into a summer month (Can you believe–I forgot I wasn’t reacting. Nevermind.) and the sad leaf-less winter and spring have passed us by, my theme is leaves. Yes, leaves. Kind of boring sounding, but I quite enjoy the monochromatic-ness of it. Perhaps leaves hold more than just chlorophyll. Maybe the entertain a peacefulness as well.
Wow. Science and poetry and we haven’t even seen a picture yet.
I had to move to a new journal for June through December (at least I hope for it to go until December), so the leaf side was on the first page. I added my information on the right in case I happen to leave this in the stall of the bathroom of a gas station in rural Mississippi sometime soon.
This is a very easy theme to do if you’re just starting into bullet journaling. I picked three or four greens (I used the Tombow Dual brush pens) and used the darkest to draw spread-out swirls, and then drew leaves connected and floating around it. So, I had a bit of a faux pas with the font on this page–we were deep within our health book by Michael Pollen and I ended up writing “May” instead of June. So I used a green paint swatch (you know, the one you have laying around) and remedied that mistake.
The calendar page directly follows the same pattern and style (though I did actually remember to write “June”). I filled in the blank spot at the bottom with and abundance of leaves. I had to already fill in just some of the things happing this month. Does anybody else have a June that always just fills up?
For the first weekly log I toned down the amount of leaves and when a bit more simple with one weekly log on each side.
*note* I did make a habit tracker, the photo just escaped me. It is the normal grid layout. (:
AHAH This left page is my feeble efforts at covering my mistakes. I went to do another weekly log but then I realized I had just done one so.. I tried to disguise it and this is what happened. XD On the bottom of the page I put a little box I named “going into July” for random thought or to dos I need to move to the next month.
On the right I made my normal income tracker with various boxes and categories.
I did the exact same weekly log for the third and fourth weeks in June as before. I enjoy having two weeks in one to see a bigger layout of things.
I always have those random two or three days that I have to carry over to the next page, and so here we have the 29th and 30th on the left. Below that I have some to dos and goals boxes and a quote below.
On the right I decided to start “Lyrics of (month)”. Just any lyrics I come up with or ones I remember from other songs that make me thing of the things that happened or are happening in the month. I am excited to read it at the end of June!
And this is where we left it! I hope y’all enjoyed this setup, and stay tuned for *quite* the post coming soon that has to do with mail. Have a lovely day!
Do the leaves look like a intimidating progress to you? Is your June busy? What is your favorite month? Favorite Summer dessert?
I plan to do better this month. I want to post as much as I can in 2020! Can y’all believe there are only 29 days left in the year, as of today? And only 23 days until Christmas! I don’t know how y’all are feeling, but it seems as when you get to be a teenager or young adult that everything goes 10 times faster than when you were 11. I remember waiting and waiting and waiting for Christmas for what seemed to be months, and now I can barely even remember what I did a few minutes back because it went so fast!
Well, I have been planning my December spread for quite awhile, and I am pleased to be plopping it on here now! I hope you all enjoy, and let me know which part is your favorite!
For this month, I had planned a few different ideas, and I just liked the poinsettias best. I mean, what says Christmas more than red and green?
I did the flowers and leaves pretty simple, no clean or finished lines and no smoothness of color. I like it better this way if I’m using a more fancy script. I added a bit or plaid wash tape for some extra texture as well.
I did a two-page layout for the calendar, mainly because the December month is usually the craziest and most full of the 12. I continues the similar theme throughout this page.
On the next page, I used red, green and gold ornaments for my goals, to dos and reminders categories.
On the other side, I did the poinsettias again and then my four habit trackers in gold.
The first weekly log alternates from ornaments to poinsettias in different colors, with gold to divide the columns. I quite like the simplicity, it helps me to think better when I’m not distracted. (Do y’all get distracted by things easily?)
On the right I have my Christmas chopping list page. I’m quite excited to fill this out!
On this page, I have the letter tracker for the month with gold boxes and poinsettias.
On the right, I have another weekly log, this time a bit more… colorful. XD
Here is another more simple weekly log. I quite like this one as well. I enjoy bigger writing spaces, too.
On the right, I have a Christmas bucket list. I make these every year, they’re always so fun to complete!
Then, I made a compact weekly log of only 5 days, and I added a to do section to this one. This mostly uses a gold paint pen.
On the right, a quote! I love throwing these in there. I used all of the textures and designs throughout to complete this one.
On this page, I have a list for where I will invite folks to a neighborhood party we have. I’m not sure how the turnout will be this year, but I still made a list!
On the right, I have the completion of the weekly logs for 2020. This has poinsettias and red.
On this page, a bible verse/quote. I love this one!
On the right, I have a money tracker for this month. I quite prefer this layout, it helps me to see everything very well and be able to go back and track things.
What did y’all thing of this spread? Let me know!
I hope you’re all doing well and have Christmas decorations up and are enjoying the start to the holiday season!
What is your favorite part about December? What did you do for Thanksgiving? Do you like Icecream? What is your dream job?
Oh my, *checks calendar* it’s been way too long. I’m glad to be writing again! Even though I’ve been “quarantined” I’ve somehow let the days slide quickly. Is that possible? XD
Well, in my absence I’ve done a lot around my house, which I’ve enjoyed. It’s been nice having time to do things I’ve wanted to do, but just didn’t find the time to do. And luckily all of this craziness seems to be slowing down a bit at the start of Summer! I end my school year on the 22nd this year, and I can’t wait to have those long, fun Summer days ahead. Anyone else?
Well, lots of letters have passed through my *sanitized* (🤣) fingers, and I thought I’d share a bit ‘o recent letter art/lettering.
For some reason, I’ve been really into identical envelope art. Each day when I mail out letters, each day has different envelopes. A few days ago I did these black and white envelopes, using a white Signo broad gel pen. This is a wonderful, affordable pen for dark papers as such. I also use it a lot for highlights when lettering, one of my favorites.
I suppose this was another themed day. XD I love using a slightly different tone of color on envelopes to do the lettering, it creates such a pretty, soft, simple look.
Ah, another! Hehe. I love doing this lemon-looking pattern. It was so Summery I couldn’t stop doing it. XD I used my Tombow Dual brush pens and the Tombow Fudenosuke brush pens for this.
I really enjoy using washi tape as borders for envelopes. If you’re running low on time, but want to make your snail mail fun with color, throwing a bit ‘o washi tape or sticker on there is a great way to spruce it up!
Using drop shadows is one of my favorite ways to do letter art. It just adds a little sumpin’ sumpin’. What are your favorite ways to spruce your envelopes? I’d love to know!
I’ve been enjoying lettering bible verses lately. Below is part of one of my favorite verses (and a sneak peak into the June BUJO setup(: ).
The walks lately have held many beautiful flowers and beautiful skies. Have you all walked this Spring? Do you have flowers blooming?
My cousin and his family came to visit a week or so ago, and so provided some photo opportunities of his little children. It was so fun! Toddlers and babies are interesting subjects. (:
Oh yeah, my brother caught a baby mouse in our next-door field. hELp. He will just pick anything up. O.o
Though, it is rather cute. XD
A few weeks ago I took a walk through the field while the flowers were in full bloom. I documented some of it, so here we are! (:
That is it for now, friends! Truly, how are you doing? Farewell!
What part was your favorite? What would you like my next post to be about? What do you think about lemons? What’s your favorite color?
Oh wait… I must’ve mean’t to write January in the title ’cause it sure don’t feel like May!
It’s crazy to think how fast everything’s going. Wow. Even in quarantine, I feel almost as busy as before, even without going places. It’s been nice to get to do things I’ve wanted to do or needed to do. I’ve been able to paint a lot, I finished changing up my room, cleaned a lot, I’ve written new music, it’s been nice.
Whilst we’ve been doing school during the day (while my Mom reads aloud) I’ve been working on my May bullet journal setup.
I’ve been wanting to try watercolors in my bujo for awhile, so I figured I’d give it a go this month. I’m pretty happy with it, I love all the colors and the dainty floral.
To the left, I started out the month with a quote, “the earth laughs in flowers” and I put various florals beneath. To the right I have the first page of the month, which states the month and is surrounded by flowers.
My next two pages are the calendar for the month. My April calendar (see here) was left quite blank, since there was no event in April, but I thought I’d do one for May, just in case. (:
I wrote “May” again, and I did a border of flowers around the calendar. If you remember August, I did the same calendar layout there. I needed a bit more color, so I did a little dollop of color where the day’s number goes
This left page is my goals and to do’s for the month. I needed a bit more color so I… you know… completely filled in the rectangles with completely random colors in my watercolor pan. *slightly convincing grin* XD
My next page is my habit trackers. For this month I am trying to build the habit of 5+ bottles water, daily bible reading, practice all the instruments, and walk/run daily. Do you have any habits to build this upcoming month?
My first weekly log is fairly simple, the first square says it’s “the first week of May” and flowers. I went and drew in the other squares and I colored in the 0’s with different colors.
The next page is my Spring100 mile tracker. I surrounded this with flowers and incased it in black.
The next page is a quote, another “flowery” one. XD
“Bloom where you are planted”
The next weekly log is a loopy layout, pretty easy, too! I put the date in a circle with flowers inside. Underneath “notes” I decided to add a few more flowers. Better get as many as I can in there, ya know?
Hehe, I took a picture whilst I was photographing this setup. I had to squat to take the photos, so it was a funny photography setup. XD
My next page is for blog post ideas. Do you have any for me? I’d love to know!
The next one is my letter tracker. The “stamp” (which is a box I check if I’ve sent a reply) I painted different colors along both of the pages on the bottom.
I wanted to be a bit more conservative for the third weekly log, so I am trying putting the whole week on one page. Hopefully it’ll work, small writing must get to work! On the left of the day I have a flower, on the right, the date.
The right page is a.. window. Hehe! Quite random, but fun!
I squished the rest of the month (10 days) onto two pages. I did lines of color, with words appearing to be behind that, and on the color I wrote the same, though in cursive. This is my happy page. I like how vibrant the colors came out for this weekly log a lot. On the bottom of the right page, I did “end of the month to-do’s” and flowers.
These pages are some of my favorite. I got excited about Summery colors, so I went ham. XD
This is my “Summer Goals” pages, and the category I chose are Blog, Bible (as in scripture memorization, daily readings/plans, etc), Art, and Other (like baking, cooking, cleaning, etc). This can be stretched over many pages or turned into multiple columns. You might like to use this, even if you don’t bujo. I find that setting goals for myself helps me be more productive, especially if it’s in a time (like Summer) where you have more time on your hands. (:
Normally, in the beginning of the year I make an address page, but I realize that I hadn’t yet, so I did! I used thin washi tape as a border between the different addresses. At the top I used a banner (see my banner post here), and I made it rather loopy to opposite the straight lines.
I hope y’all enjoyed this month’s setup! I can NOT believe May is almost here. What are your May’s typically like? Anything to look forward to?
Have a wonderful rest of your day!
What was your favorite part of April? What are you hoping to achieve in May? Which page is your favorite this month? How’s your quarantine so far?
Well, I believe that’s enough of my southern accent for one post. XD
Hello! I hope you’re all doing well!
Recently my camera has been in full use, almost daily. The weather has provided some lovely shots, from rain, to snow, to heat, to MORE rain, to more heat, and things finally starting to bloom, it’s been fun to experiment!
I’ve enjoyed using Canva to edit and adjust my photos, it’s such a great site!
One thing I’ve been wanting to really work on this year is nighttime photography. I understand my settings, but for some reason night photos were always reeeeaaally dark. I’ve just started to figure it out, so here are some shots from that!
You can juuuussstt make out Orion’s belt there. Don’t you love stars?
Haha, I sneezed while I was taking a picture of this star. XD
With so much rain, the birds have enjoyed getting out and eating. They, for some reason, love to sit on my window.
It looks as if he’s falling! I love watching the birds outside.
The animals, especially during the snow we got a week or two ago, really enjoyed being out.
The evening sky was especially majestic one night. Ah, those colors! True art.
Hehe, these are some strange violin-playing pictures for ya.😂
I bet we’ve had over two feet of rain this year. It’s been crazy!
Heh, we weren’t supposed to have pond here.
aannnddd… then there’s me. 😆 My good friend Savannah took some pictures of me when I went to her house one day.
I have been painting and drawing deer a lot lately, so I decided to put a little fawn on a letter. I really like how this one turned out. Have y’all ever seen baby deer? In the Spring/Summer they cross through the field next to us a lot. They’re so cute!
I hope you enjoyed a few recent photos I’ve been taking! Let me know, which was your favorite?
I hope you’re all doing wonderfully!
What’s your weather like? Do you have snow? Do you like sunsets? How about fawns? What’s your favorite season? What are your thoughts on Mac ‘n cheese; the real deal, or from a box?
If you would like to try Canva, here is my link for joining. When you do, you’ll receive a free premium image, illustration, or art! Go check it out!
I recently made a letter art post, though many more pictures have amassed in the good ole’ memory card, so I thought I would empty it until the next time! (which, I almost promise, won’t be a week from this one)
I hope you enjoy!
I love to theme my letters or make everything (inside and out) the same. This letter to my friend Bronwyn I kept the same, using the gold Tombow dual pen 026, and grey one, N89 and the bullet end of a back one to create a shadow effect and I also used the grey one for a border.
I feel like keeping it cohesive and match-matchy makes letters really pretty and there are so many ways to change it up with the lettering and art and styles, so fun!
I love creating wild, fun art on the envelopes. Though, if you’re using waterbased pens, be sure to seal it in something or else it will look like watercolor if it goes through rain–and you might not want that. XD
Hehe. My friend’s name is IrisAnne, so I attempted to make the letters in her name different flowers. Failed attempt? XD
I love using washi tape as borders, and lately I’ve been loving layering two tapes, or even three, for variety in color and shapes. It’s simple, but still fun!
I layered this one as well. I love layering pattern on solid or vise versa. (Thanks to one of my pen pals for sending some silver washi tape. I love it!)
For that letter I used a silver theme, with that same backdrop black shading as the first letter. OH! My brother got me some awesome pen+gear pastel envelopes for Christmas that have a sticky backs so that you don’t have to lick them. *ahhhhhhh* I DIDN’T KNOW THIS MAGIC WAS REAL. If you understand the mucho disgust in licking the envelope, you’ll love these.
This one I just did a basic black font, but I went with a more script font than I normally use. I want to start adding more loops, but I don’t know, they scare me! (:
I went very abstract and bright with this one. I wanted to include bunches of shapes. What do you think?
This one’s pretty simple, another floral theme. This pen pal loves purple, so I tried to include that a good bit(:
I experimented with a circular/abstract/mandala art in watercolor for this one. I really enjoyed the outcome! It was fun creating the shapes.
I wanted to use a yellow envelope for this letter, so alongside the “sunny” (know where I’m going?XD) yellow, I drew a rather sketchy sun. I think it turned out pretty cute! I love yellow.
I wrote my friend Sammi in French, so I addressed it (other than the actual address, I didn’t think the postman would be fluent. XD) in French, alongside a flower. I also use that same technique for a backdrop as before.
I painted this pen pal’s name, but then I thought, “hmm… this needs some color.” VUA LA! (is there an actual way to spell that?) Hehe. I just randomly placed oblong shapes in different colors everywhere.
For the entering greeting in a letter like “Dear …” or “Hello, …” I like doing lettering and I usually close with lettering as well.
This one I basically used my Tombow pen as a highlighter and lettered on top and added some random greenery. I did this to a lot of letters because I liked it, but I’l only show this one. It’s fun to do this in different colors. (:
I love using bold washi tapes on the back with matching lettering. Ah, don’t you love washi tapes? ♥
(I use that washi tape combo a lot. XD)
Well, that’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed part two! I hope you’re all having a great day!
Do you like envelope art posts? Would you like to see lettering posts in the future? What’s you’re opinion on kale? Do you like peppermint?
I was starting to write a letter today after I bought a few things at Hobby Lobby (“the Hob Lob” as we call it) and I wanted to make it very fallish. It seems like Christmas is just around the corner, a few people I know have decorated! So I definitely want to squeeze as much fall in as I can.
Letter writing is a great way to do that!
I though I would share with y’all some of the small things that make your letters pop with the seasons in simple ways.
NO. 1 Toned card + envelopes
Hobby Lobby, one of my favorite places, has a nice selection of packeted cards and envelopes. They have these nice rectangular brown ones there now (50%, too!) that I got earlier. They’re a nice difference from the regular white, and when you do reds and oranges on them, the brown looks so nice and fallish!
NO. 2 Colored pens
these are a great way to make your cards and envelopes pop and immediately remind you of fall. I always go for reds, oranges, browns and greens.
I made a quick, simple card using the bullet end of a dual brush pen for the words and the brush end for the leaves.
I got those two front plaid wash tapes at Hobby Lobby earlier. I thought the would be fun to use through the fall and winter months in my bullet journal and on letters.
NO. 3 Tapes or stickers
These are affordable, long-lasting touches for your letters. The fun patterns and widths are just so fun to see on envelopes in the mailbox, and they’re fun to put on everything.
NO. 4 Tiny tidbits and fun things
Fall themed stickers, papers, poems, Artist Trading Cards (ATC’s), paintings, cutouts, etc. are fun touches to put inside a letter when it doesn’t seem like enough. There is usually always some fun little thing to add a little more joy to the letter when it is opened.
NO. 5 Colorful envelopes
I kept the envelope pretty simple, but the reds and the plaid make it stand out. You can draw a box around the address in bright colors, paint, sketch, anything. It’s so fun to personalize the mail!
The last thing I got from the good ‘ole Hob Lob was a new wax seal stamp. The whole stamp pin came off of my old one, so I figured I should upgrade(: I got the heart stamp, and I really like it!
NO. 6 Wax seals
These are my favorite part. I don’t do it every time, but I really enjoy choosing the colors. (I bought this from Amazon. Great buy!)
I used a gold over the wide plaid washout tape I got. It turned out pretty! A very simple and easy way to make your envelope fancy and pretty.
I hope y’all enjoyed that! It was something I had on my mind to share, it was fun!
Now, I attempted to take some portrait photography for my blog for a new Gravatar image and such, but I ended up having to recruit my brother. It’s really hard to get it to be focused perfectly on a tripod and ten-second timer!
This was one I took by myself. It turned out good, but I kept getting the washed-out background (upper left), so I called good ‘ole Evan.
I think he did pretty good! It was a frigid windy day, so camera shake and all was hard to avoid, BUT THE LIGHT! ♥
This one probably turnout the best out of all of them. My hair was being wiped all ’round!
These leaves were so pretty!
He attempted to catch me mid-hairflip, but alas, no good….
…AH! There we go. XD *applauds brother generously*
Oh, you know, just your every-day stride in the midst a field. (;
Is it a bird? no, a plane! It’s AUDREY KATE! The severely ungraceful land-skater! 😂
Maisy trudged through the woods to join us when we were walking back. She didn’t know she would be in a picture, though! Hehe. (She wasn’t that grateful…)
I hope you all are having a DEEElightful evening!
What was your favorite part about the letter? Do you use wax? What photo was your favorite? Di Evan do a good job?
I hope everyone is well on this actually not raining day!
I have always, since I’ve been able to write, had a pen-pal. I learned to write when I was six (decently, at least), and my two friends were also at that point. I remember watching “Anne of Green Gables” I do believe and seeing Anne and Diana write letters made me want to! Over the years since then I have asked people I meet and my friends if they’d like to write. It’s a great way to get to know someone, and if your like me, tech-less, then it’s a great way to communicate, and it’s also really fun to get mail! My Mom says I get more mail then she does. XD
At first I used to send and receive super short letters. They might’ve been something like this, “Hi! How are you? I’m good. I have been playing outside a lot lately. It’s really hot out! Have you been to the pool lately? Your Friend, AK.”
Not really much there!
I am one for a long letter. I enjoy reading them, hearing about my friends’ day and what they’ve been doing, what they’re into at the time, what they’re learning in school, etc.
I also like to send fun things with the letter, such as stickers, a photo, an ATC (Artist Trading Card), some artwork, a postcard you got on recent journeys, a poem, a quote, bible verse, and such. I have also gotten some things with my letters before and it’s always so fun to open up and see everything.
It’s fun to have things prepared for letters as well. I love to get right on the reply when I get a letter so it goes out in the mail the next day, and I like to have things prepared to send.
I have some questions written down on a little piece of paper I can refer to if I’m in a rut on things to say. (And that’s especially if it’s a first time letter, sometimes questions can break the ice.) Some include:
If you could live anywhere, where would it be? (That’s a fun one. There’s always different answers to that!)
Do you like to cook or bake more?
What is your favorite flower(s)?
If you could have any kind of superpower, what would it be?
What is one of your favorite things?
Those are just a few. It’s nice to have this if you get stuck not knowing what to say. It seems that if you ask questions like these you get the ball rolling and then you learn you have many things in common and you become great friends over time. It’s amazing, because one of my best friends is a pen-pal, and I’ve only ever seen her in person about 3 or 4 times. We’ve gotten to know each other very well over the past little while. Sometimes it seems that you can tell each other anything in a letter!
Washi tape or decorative tape is always fun to include in a letter. (Or on the outside to seal the envelope!) A looong time ago (my wee little blog was still new!) I made a post about things you can do with it. (You can see that here) I like to decorate the envelope with it, too.
Speaking of decorating envelopes, that is one fun way to add a personal touch to your letter, and it is really fun! I love receiving decorated envelopes in the mail. (And decorating them myself! See some here)
Tea is one thing I enjoy sending to pen-pals. (Although that’s one of the questions I always ask, “Do you like tea?” just randomly😉) It’s fun to send your friends your new favorite teas and to see how they like them. (I especially like to send this green tea😁)
It’s also fun to write a note on the back, or just to tell them why you like that blend.
One thing some of my friends did was to get a piece of paper, one person writes about 4 or 5 things that we’ve done together/things we’re going to do and pass it back and forth until, well, it’s done! It’s fun to do lettering and artwork on that piece of paper. When you’re done, you can copy it and send your friend one and you keep one. We do one once a year, and it’s fun to look back on what you were doing/looking forward to at that time. (And to see how well your penmanship has changed😆)
I love to send Artist Trading Cards to pen-pals. I like sending my recent artwork on them. I get some from my pen-pals, too, and I love seeing their artwork/recent doodles and such.
Little works of art are fun to include as well. I like to send little watercolor works or illustrations. I like make them various shapes as well.
Something a few of my pen-pals and I did were make “knick-knacks” as we called them. We just made bunches of little pieces of paper with art, bible verses, quotes, etc. and it was fun to receive them in the mail each letter!
Fun stamps always make letter art that much more fun! My Grandaddy got me these for Christmas. They’re so cute! But if you go to USPS.com you can see all of there stamp collections. (You can also order them) They have floral designs, celebrities, seasons, etc. on stamps that you can choose from. You can see them all here.
Wax seals! These are one of my favorite things for envelopes. I love to melt different colors together to create a marbled look, and to just melt solid colors. You can find these anywhere online, Amazon, Etsy; They’re there for ya! There are also different stamps you can buy, and different colored wax. They just add a little “pop” to your envelope. (And they also seal the letter quite well!)
Photos are alway a good option, too. If you can print photos, send one in your next letter! They’re fun to receive, and it’s a good way to share a memory!
Also, if you’re interested in becoming a pen-pal with someone, don’t be afraid to ask! Writing letters is so much fun, and I’m sure the other person would say yes, with permission!
Well my dears, that is the conclusion of this fun post. I have really enjoyed writing this, (I bet all the word you read explained that! heh, 1,059 words!) it was fun to do!
I hope you enjoyed. Let me know if this was helpful for your and if you will be using any of these tips! I’ll be happy to answer any questions as well.
Have you ever seen Anne of Green Gables before? Do you write letters? Do you use any of these thing in your letter? Would you like more of these posts soon? What is your favorite day of the week?