Letters en Route

After lollygagging for almost a month, I finally got around to packaging up and mailing the ill-fated “Concentration” cards out to a random group of 22 Mail Me Something subscribers yesterday. I wrapped each set in strips of acetate (purchased from the discount bin at The Scrapbook Studio) and then slipped them into invitation-sized oliver-coloured envelopes (from the discount bin at Rugg Road Paper Company). Even with the thinkness of the cards, the resulting envelope was still within the standard lettermail specifications, so to mail them all was only $20.

Packaged Up

The packs are now off to points in Germany, Denmark, Taiwan, the USA and Canada.


Valerie's picture

I am now concentrating here in VT! Thanks. Always the best mail that I get.

Peter Rukavina's picture

Noting, for the record, that the lettermail time-in-transit from Charlottetown to Düsseldorf, Germany was 8 days (Feb. 26 to March 5).

Daniel the Von Fange's picture

These arrived today in South Carolina.

Awesome, I was hoping to get some of these! My favorite letter is the lower case “a” with the ring diacritic.

Valerie's picture

They also make great bookmarks.

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