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Writing love notes that last a lifetime

Note card set from Crane & CoI immensely enjoy writing love notes to my family and friends on quality note cards and stationary sets. The simple pleasure of writing on beautiful card stock and addressing elegant envelopes is only made more enjoyable when you are the recipient. Upon receiving a love note in the mail carefully written upon stationary that was made specifically for you is a treasure and keepsake.

Each card is crisp and ready for your loving words and the envelopes are luscious and carefully folded so each note card will slide carefully and neatly into each specially designed enclosure.

The added quality of hand selected papers that adorn the inside of each envelope brightens the day for all who open it.

There is something magical about transporting your words of love, sympathy or encouragement upon paper that gracefully carries your message and delivers it with utmost care and sincerity.

I continue to be impressed by the quality of papers used to make each Crane & Co. note card, envelope and stationary set.

Thank you for continuing to provide a quality product in a time when we are continuously lowering our standards for cheaper and cheaper prices.  When we slow down, use what we have, and limit our consumption, we can finally enjoy they beauty of simple quality products like those created by Crane & Co. since 1801.

Anna Campbell

There are 2 types of cards I keep – forever. The cards someone created for me by hand… or a Papyrus card. Because they both have so much personal meaning to me, that when I look back at them.. the memories come flooding back as if I am reliving that very special moment.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned in some of my posts for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe my readers will enjoy in connection with my blog theme. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255:

“Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

 

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