Whatever happened to the handwritten note? It seems that with growing technology, the additional effort of writing, addressing, and mailing a letter is a thing of the past. For some this simple act of kindness seems archaic, but if you’re like me, and I know some of you out there are, you always go to your mailbox with hopes in your head that there is something truly personal in there for you.
Enter Tina, founder of Otis and Bean. Most women love shoes, but Tina says she loves letterpress cards. “I have them displayed throughout my house, I have them framed on walls, I give them as gifts,” she says of her passion. It was out of this passion that she decided to design her own line of eco-friendly letterpress cards.
All of her cards are letterpressed onto 30% recycled paper that is manufactured with windpower. The letterpress printing leaves a crisp impression that you can see and feel. And they are printed with vegetable and soy based inks.
Visit Tina’s Etsy shop and peruse her selection of cards. From the love inspired purple hearts, to the starbursting birthday note, to her most popular You Are a Superstar, you are sure to find something that communicates exactly what you want to say with class and style.
BVTMB is happy to announce that TWO (2) lucky readers will win a set of 6 cards of their choice. Be sure to enter the giveaway below.
*Burlington VT Moms Blog received compensation for this post, but the opinions expressed are entirely our own.
So pretty! Love the bird in the trees!
I love the bird in a tree one.
very lovely cards here
I love fun cards to pass on encouraging notes! I’d love some extra motivation (fun cards), to get the words of encouragement flowing!
I love the xoxo card. Adorable! Makes me want to write some letters 🙂
Love the creative cards!
I love both the superstar and bird in a tree cards equally!!
I love writing letters and there is better than receiving one! My son shares this love of letters as well!
I could use some of those cute thank you cards!
Love the bird in a tree!
I’m a huge hand of the handwritten note. Always have been, always will! Lovely cards 🙂