Snail mail. I have it. Yes I do. Snail mail, just for you! I love snail mail. I have an email newsletter, but it’s not the same as getting real mail. I know you feel the same way because all demographics point to us being people who love actual mail. We are stamp worshippers and envelope hoarders, are we not? Bring us our mail! Bring us our mail! Bring us our mail!
So, I am starting a Snail Mail campaign. It’s going to be so much fun. All you have to do is click the snail picture above and it will take you to the sign up page where you can add your address, or you can sign up here: Put Me On The Snail Mail List. Then you will start receiving snail mail from me. Most of the time you will get postcard art, but sometimes, once in a while, you will also get some original art in the mail. It’s going to be a surprise. I plan to send it out once a month starting in August. I hope you will sign up for it. I am going to send you little notes of happiness. I promise.
I will never use your address for evil and you can unsubscribe from the list at anytime through mailchimp or just by saying…get me off this list, lady! I will occasionally (maybe once a quarter) send you an email to ask you if you still want to be on the list just in case. If you are tired of my snail mail ways you can just unsubscribe. It’s that easy.
As an added bonus, anyone who signs up TODAY (July 10, 2014) will receive one of my altered envelope art pieces! Yay! So sign up today. Get a super fun letter in the mail. Smile all day long!
Also, if you’d like to make your own altered envelopes to send to your friends, here are a few resources to get you started. It’s really fun to mail things back and forth with your friends…hint, hint. Plus, everyone needs something happy mixed in with their bills once in a while, right?
Check out this video by Renee Stein from www.thetingoat.blogspot.com -she is awesome!
Then go visit my friend Robin Mead Designs on Facebook to see what she created and to get some inspiration for using your own images. Her envelope is gorgeous!
Let’s get snail-mailing!