My Favorite Letterpress Stationery.

My Favorite Letterpress Stationery

My Favorite Letterpress Stationery

I love sending and receiving snail mail. It’s something I used to be really good about doing, but over time have stopped doing it and I really miss it. Just sending a thoughtful thank you note or telling someone you appreciate them! I wanted new stationery (ideally letterpress – just feels so special) and I had remembered Jen of The Fashion Magpie (sidebar: her blog is wonderful, the perfect mix of substantial and frivolous) had featured these letterpress notecards. Besides the fact that I trust Jen completely – she has amazing taste – I liked that the site had TONS of positive reviews and offered so. many. beautiful. options (it was really hard to choose!)

My cards shipped very quickly and I could not love them more. Really just so impressed. The cardstock is thick and sturdy, the color is perfect, and of course I love the letterpress – they feel so elegant!

(I went with ivory cards, forest green writing, and the S48 script!)

DIY Letterpress Personal Stationery Cards

These are just iPhone photos so you can’t fully see the detail of how beautiful the letterpress is… I hope this closeup helps a bit!

My Favorite Letterpress Stationery
My Favorite Letterpress Stationery

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  1. Heather says 8.30.21

    Okay I was searching your blog YESTERDAY to see if you had written about these – I remembered seeing them on Instagram but couldn’t remember the Etsy seller. Excellent timing!!

    • grace at the stripe says 8.30.21

      Hahahaha I am a mind reader 😉 the reason I wrote this post was I have been getting so many DM’s and emails asking for “THE stationery!!”
      hope you love 😉

  2. Jessica Camerata says 8.30.21

    Having good stationery on hand is a must! Love how pretty these turned out.

    xo Jessica
    an indigo day