Get ready for National Card and Letter Writing Month!

National Card and Letter Writing Month: Bundles of cards and letters

What is National Card and Letter Writing Month?

The U.S. Postal Service officially designated April National Card and Letter Writing Month in 2001 “to raise awareness of the importance and historical significance of card and letter writing.” A whole month dedicated to cards and letters sounds like it was just made for us, right?

We like it because writing and sending cards and letters makes people feel good. And because snail mail deserves a lot more love.

Decorating an envelope for National Card and Letter Writing Month

Everything about a card or letter screams “somebody cares”: the name and address in familiar handwriting, the knowledge someone took the time to sit down and write to you and then find a stamp and send it, the fancy paper. So when you write someone a letter, you’re literally sending happiness into the world.

The world needs that. That’s why we’re going to get serious about National Card and Letter Writing Month this year.

Ready-to-send greeting card

What we’ve got going on to celebrate…

You’re invited to join us in writing, signing, sealing and stamping starting April 1st. Here’s what we’ve got for you: 

 

Making a card for National Card and Letter Writing Month

Clear off a space on your desk. Fill a mug with your best pens. Stock up on stickers and washi tape. And grab some cool stamps. Let’s get ready to write.

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  1. 3.25.17 | Reply
    Martha Hunt wrote:

    Always taught our kids the tradition of thank you notes. I now try to send older grands a ‘letter’ now and then. Love seeing the tradition continue with our children and their children . ❤

    • 3.28.17 | Reply
      Think.Make.Share wrote:

      We couldn’t agree more. Love that you’re passing it down, Martha!