Thursday, June 5, 2008

Please Mr. Postman

This month's ReadyMade magazine featured first-class paper goods. I couldn't resist to post the highlights and some of my favorites.

Mail with care with these Mailing Stickers by Donovan Beeson - my fav!

Write a love note on this Airmail Envelope Notebook or My Country Book by Your Secret Admiral. You must check out the clever paper inside these journals.

Don't forget your return address with these forms by Paper + Cup.

Officially send your letters with this 1920's British inspired Telegram Stationary by 16 Sparrows.

Don't ya feel like sending a letter now? Go ahead and snail mail your love. Wait a minute Mr. Postman!

18 comments:

Jaimee said...

Thanks for your comments on my blog...yours is lovely and such an inspiration! I'll definitely be catching up here. :)

Jude said...

I just subscribed to this glossy and love it!! I didn't take advantage of the BOGO free deal or would have used the perk to extend your subscription. :(

Jan said...

Oh yes indeed! Pleasie Mr. Postman!
So nostalgic.

Beach Dreamer said...

Besides being informative and smart,you are also funny! Love your blog.

Krissy said...

I do love me some snail mail :)

PS- I think it's just a body wave perm (at least I think that's what it's called)

The Peach Tree said...

Love them! Especially the telegraph envelopes :)

Victoria said...

All wonderful! especially like the "My Country Book"!

Allison said...

you know my love for all things post office, so I'll definitely be checking out these great finds!

design for mankind. said...

Love those Paper+Cup gals! :)

Dianna said...

I love these! And it totally makes me want to write a letter & think of the days when life seemed simpler.

Robin said...

I love snail mail, as long as its not bills! And I love to send handwritten notes to people, they are one of life's little niceties that is becomng obsolete in this age of all-electronic communication. The telegraph notecards are double-cute: it's two forms of old-fashioned communication in one!

diana @ please sir said...

Thanks - oh snail mail. Too bad I didn't get any forever stamps - are they still making those?

That Girl Designs said...

you find the most fun things! and snail mail is the best to get, and to give.

Jude said...

If you would like the subscription, send your info to me at run4istrun[at]gmail and I'll submit the subscribe online. I literally mailed that little card two days ago, so the online submission would definitely trump the snail mail. I hate to pay for just one when that payment would cover two!

I saw this magazine for the first time last weekend when I was getting my hair cut and really liked some of its features. I need another magazine subscription like I need a hole in the head, but it struck me as something different.

Pigtown-Design said...

Love readymade! i took a bookmaking class the other week and would love to practice making one of these books!

diana @ please sir said...

Great idea - would love to see your results!

Joanna Goddard said...

love these.

la la Lovely said...

These are fabulous.. I love love love stationary and paper goods! And I love writing and receiving a good letter!

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