Celebrate Another National Card + Letter Writing Month with Heavy Set Stationery

Celebrate Another National Card + Letter Writing Month with Heavy Set Stationery

Heavy Set Stationery Co is excited to celebrate another National Card and Letter Writing Month with you! In the height of the pandemic, I found myself back in the practice of exchanging handwritten letters with a passion I hadn’t experienced in a very long time. Penpalling was a major element of my adolescence and though it took a global crisis to remind me of how impactful it had been in nurturing my sense of belonging and connection in my youth, I’d never forgotten the value of sending love through the mail.

This April, I want to encourage you to #SendLove to the people in your life. It has become my custom to strive to write 30 letters during National Card and Letter Writing Month. In the last days of March I draft my list of recipients and gather the goods I need to write, beautify and send sweet notes to my beloveds so that I’m ready on April 1st to sit down at my letter writing desk and start writing.

To help you get ready to celebrate connection and correspondence, we’re offering 10% off all purchases over $20 from now through April 5th. Use code SENDLOVEINAPRIL to apply the discount at checkout. Then, we’ll have a number of flash sales and deals throughout the month. Keep in touch with us on Instagram to stay up to date. 

We’ll also be bringing back “Send Love Sundays” for the month of April. We’ll be hopping on Instagram Live for short moments of motivation and sharing to get you thinking about correspondence and connection. 

Lastly, our blog will be quite active this month, reviving our “Reasons to Write A Handwritten Note” series. Sign up for our mailing list and follow us on social media to keep up with some thoughts that might inspire you to get writing!

Sending personal handwritten notes is a meaningful and intimate way to connect. This National Letter Writing Month, we hope you’ll share in the practice alongside us!

With Love,

A. Emme

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