Would You Like to Buy a Vowel?

Finally! I think I’ve waited long enough for my packages to reach their destinations. Here’s my little project for this year’s paper swap with a school theme:

Ta da! I made a  letter set highlighting vowels for all of my lovely swap partners. I thought a little outside the box on the theme and I’m happy with how it turned out! Each set comes with 4 sheets (2 designs of each) and 4 envelopes. I wanted to make a set for everyone who participated, but I just didn’t have the time! All the envelopes are hand-stamped by yours truly:

It was quite an undertaking. This is only half the stack:

I used my VERY modest design skills to make the stationery. 26 letters=2 sheets 6” x 7”:

If you look closely, you’ll notice that the lines are actually made up of the letters themselves. Those are some tiny a’s!

I also hand stamped the packaging (made out of a grocery bag). One of my fav parts of the project! 🙂

I even stamped the addresses!

It was so fun! Thank you to everyone who participated. My packages are starting to trickle in and so far I’m very impressed with what I’ve gotten. Great job guys! 🙂

T-Table

Remember the Red String Secret letter set I blogged about from Wonderland Room? The designer is a Korean company called T-Table and they have an entire line of beautiful cards and mobiles.


I had a bit of a hard time tracking all of these down. Luckily, Australia is an awesome country and there’s an online shop called Pigeonhole that carries most of the line. The Merry-Go-Round card is from Upon a Fold, another amazing Australian shop I encourage you to check out. The prism card is from Lemon Tree77 and the Red String Letter Secret Letter set is from Wonderland Room.

The first five images are by DMotion. The rest of the images are by their respective owners.