Now, of course, email and various instant messaging platform largely overshadowed the modest piece of snail mail for my birthday cards benevolent grandmother – if the mailbox is not overloaded by the usual jumbled mess of credit card offers and catalogs to go straight from the mailbox to the trash throw, of course.
Friends, it’s time to get back to snail mail. The e-mail and the like taking up so much of everyday communication, why not return the pen to the paper and more important, thought-mail? Keeping this laudable goal in mind, here are three easy ways to add a little pizazz to not-so-instant messaging “very important first impression: the envelope.
This seems like a no-brainer, but taking the time to stop in the post office, and we are able to offer a unique prints a simple way to add a little something extra to an envelope. You can also go online and look at the postage collections in the comfort of the couch. Even better? Fall in love with vintage postage! Try to find the hands of local businessmen postage (yes, they exist) and check out the various non-collectable, or “par value” stamp. Of course, there is the online shopping route; Just make sure you are getting postage that has not been used. The other important thing to keep in mind when dealing with vintage postage value. Of course, that three-cent postage can be found super cute, but it’s going to take a lot of these in an envelope, enter today’s prices.
Return Address Stamps
Self-inking return address stamps are not only lifesavers when it comes to bulk mail such as wedding invitations and holiday cards, but nicely designed stamps can address other way to look special and personal to any envelope. With so many styles to choose from, finding the perfect design is simple. Yours hip, san serif type family? What about the royal calligraphic? Or, the family is not more of a hand-written, free and easy kind of atmosphere? Aside from appearance, such address stamps have the benefit of inks that last for such a long time will be printed in a manner beyond the storm’s first foray into mass-holiday-card-mail earth.
Okay, remember the scene in “Pride and Prejudice” (Colin Firth a) where Elizabeth receives a letter from Mr. Darcy and open he is to break the red wax seal sign off on it? Even if not, the idea, is not it? Wax seal was clearly needed back in the 1800’s (non-self-sealing envelopes you!), But this does not mean that it is not in use today. On the contrary, such a beautiful, vintage postage and personalized return address stickers, wax seals add a touch of elegance to the humble envelope.
A lot of options and designs available, you will be able to find a perfect seal and wax color fits the family style and budget. A wide variety of options postage, address stamps and wax seal, you will definitely come across a design you like. The customization of this study media means that it is worth making another try snail mail.