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Friday Blogger Tuck-ins

18 Nov

 

1 –> Dana on Save Snail Mail seems to pop up on this list every Friday :) And for good reason. This week Dana brought our attention to a cool new project titled “Handwritten Letters,” which has seen its way around the internet significantly enough to exceed the creator’s (Mary Kate) expectations of participants. While the participation page is now closed (as she received well over her intended 365 people), it will be a neat project to follow. Basically, Mary Kate is an illustrator who has pledged to design one letter of the alphabet each day for a year and send it off to a lucky recipient!  Did you sign up to receive a letter?

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2 –> Tiger Pens wrote an awesome blog post the other day titled “How do you Recycle Ink Pens?” We highly suggest you hop over and check out the great information they shared.

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3 –>  We’re sending good vibes to DIY Sara regarding her broken ankle. Now we can’t wait for next week’s pumpkin pie after the image she posted. Yum!

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4 –> Misty of Confessions of a Pen Thief shared a really cool video on how stamps are made … but you’ll have to go over to her blog to watch it :) –> {click here}

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5 –> Ana over at The Well Appointed Desk is hosting a pencil giveaway! She’s choosing two winners to receive a fab assortment of new pencils. But you’ll have to hurry – the giveaway closes tonight & the winners are announced tomorrow. Go here to enter.

 

4 Responses to “Friday Blogger Tuck-ins”

  1. ana November 18, 2011 at 1:56 PM #

    Thanks so much for the shout-out! And thanks for the other cool links too!

    • europeanpaper November 21, 2011 at 9:32 AM #

      Sure thing Ana! Thanks for your great site, too!

  2. wolfy November 20, 2011 at 2:29 PM #

    Nice post!

    • europeanpaper November 21, 2011 at 9:33 AM #

      Thanks Wolfy! We do a round-up each Friday of a bunch of stationery, paper, and office-related links from the blogosphere. Glad you liked it!

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