Month of Letters Postcards

January 7, 2013 in Fun Things, Journal

LetterMo2013postcardAs an experiment this year, I’ve set up a Zazzle store and made postcards. You can also download the image and print your own if you’d prefer but… I’ll be frank. If you order the postcards, it helps support running the website. It’s not a lot, but every little bit helps.

Order the Month of Letters Challenge postcards.

12 responses to Month of Letters Postcards

  1. I bought 25 and as soon as they arrive, I’ll pull 25 addresses on Postcrossing and see if we can get 25 more players from outside the US :)

  2. I just bought some too thinking I’d use them in February but I like your idea better. I just hope they get here soon ‘cuz I already pulled some addresses a little while ago. =D

  3. A great idea, I have just ordered some!

  4. To support your fine endeavor, last week I bought some postcards to get the word out about LetterMo before February as well as some stamps to mail letters with during LetterMo and beyond.

  5. The LetterMo postcards I sent via Postcrossing are starting to arrive http://www.postcrossing.com/user/PostMuse/gallery/sent and lots of people “favourite” them! This one http://www.postcrossing.com/postcards/US-2033710 has 8 hearts already :)

  6. Are there any for 2014 yet? I’m chomping at the bit for them. They were such a perfect way to spread the word!

  7. Hey, I have an idea. How about making them without the date. Then we can just order a zillion of them and send them out each year. Am I looking too far into the future here? Tell me if I’m getting annoying.

    • No, that’s a great idea — both, unfortunately, involve me having the same amount of time to sit down and make them. I do not want to bore you with Real Life stuff, but suffice to say that things are…busy.

  8. I also wanted to ask whether there will be new postcards this year! :)

  9. Will ones be created for every this runs? 2014 perhaps…hmm??

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