It’s the beginning of the coziest time of year, and for me, a bunch of fun weddings, birthdays, baby showers and holiday parties coming up! All of my friends know by now that I love sending cards for special occasions. There’s just something so special about receiving handwritten letters in the mail from the people you love! I make sure to note these special days in my google calendar and set an alert 2 weeks before to make sure I don’t miss sending anything, and the people I love know that I’m remembering and thinking of them when they get their cards!
I was so excited when Papyrus asked to collaborate with me because their cards and gift bags are the only cards I ever use! They are my go-to’s when heading to the store to pick something up. I always love seeing what they have with the embellishments, gold foil, cute sayings and graphics they use.
Papyrus gave me a few products to try and ended up sending me their brand new line in collaboration with Emily McDowell. They are PERFECT for everything I have coming up! I’m obsessed with the 3D flower gift bag and kind of don’t ever want to give it away ha! Have a look at some pieces below along with my new work space! xx
I just finished decorating my work space!!! Finally. It is the coziest, most comfortable and inspiring space for me to work from. I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. I love lighting some candles at night, making a hot cup of tea, turning on a little music and writing thoughtful, heartfelt cards to send out. You never know how much such a small gesture actually means to people.
And the one gift bag I didn’t want to share because it’s so pretty is actually being put to use this week for a friend’s birthday 🙂 It’s THE prettiest gift bag I think I’ve ever seen, so it’ll be the perfect place for her gifts to go and open up from!
Do any of you love sending out cards as well? Which ones are your favorites from above? Don’t forget all of the fun holidays coming up! The perfect time to pick out cute cards and gift wrapping from my favorite, Papyrus.
In partnership with Papyrus. All words and styling are my own.