Sometimes all you need is a little note to let someone know that you are thinking of them. My children's former nursery leader mailed them postcards every time she went on vacation. They loved receiving these little notes in the mail and looking at the cool pictures on the back.
Did you know that you can use just about anything to make your own postcards?
I've received postcards that were cut out of cereal boxes. You can recycle greeting cards that you've received by cutting off the front which is usually a perfect weight and dimension to be used as a postcard. You can also print off photos onto card stock to send as a post card. It's easy, and let's face it, sometimes all you really wanted to say was "I miss you. I'm thinking of you. And I love you," anyway!
Today, you have an opportunity to win this set of three Paper Doll Postcards
from the Etsy shop Amanda May.
This idea is so sweet. Wouldn't you love to send a postcard like this to some dear child?
With a little help from Mom and Dad, they can cut these paper dolls out, making this card a double treasure! What a fantastic idea!
To enter do any of the following:
1. Check out Amanda May on Etsy. (She's even got little boy paper doll cards!)
2. Tell me other items you might use to make your own postcard.
3. Mail a letter today.
4. Read through Enos 1 today.
I will announce the winner on Saturday.