I’m pretty sure I’m one of the last people on the planet under the age of thirty that still hand-writes letters, thank-you notes, & invitations. Since everything has moved to digital formats or is sourced out to printing services, not many people take the time out of their day to sit down and write a quick note, but I do. I wrote a thank-you for every wedding gift received, and more recently every baby shower gift for little girl. The one constant for all my handwritten notes is that I want unique and beautiful stationary. If I’m going to go with an “old timey” letter, I’m sure as heck going to do it with style.
This is why Upcycled Library is perfect for me! Their stationary combines a vintage feel, eco-friendly design, and appeals to this English majors book-loving soul. Since every piece is made by hand you can be sure that each one is a tiny bit different from the next. You’ll never have to worry about a mass produced feel and your recipient will know you put care into your note starting with what you wrote it on. For this reason, the Sewn Book Page Hearts Greeting Card also makes a wonderful present for the book-lovers in your life.
When you purchase stationary from Upcycled Library, you’ll receive one recycled 4×6 card stock card with hand-punched & sewn on hearts, one book page envelope, & two labels for your return address and your recipient’s address. There a few books to choose from as far as what page your envelope will be made of and you can pick a color scheme for your hearts as well. For us, it’s no surprise that we’d pick green and blue schemes, but next time I want Harry Potter themed cards for sure!
Upcycled Library also sells necklaces, rings, earrings, ornaments, confetti, book prints, book sculptures & garlands. The pumpkin shaped book sculpture is too cool and a perfect decoration for fall/Halloween. I personally have my eye on the vintage camera book print. It’s so unique and perfect for this mama who loves photography.
Check out Upcycled Library’s Etsy to see some amazing & creative pieces!
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