Sunday, January 29, 2012

Pretty Stationery


Wouldn't it be wonderful 
to receive a handwritten letter
on a beautiful piece of stationery?


 
I included the versions below so you could
personalize with your own images
or use them in other projects...



I used beautiful graphics
from these sources:


Thank you!!
"Never lose an opportunity
of seeing anything that is beautiful; 
for beauty is God's handwriting,
a wayside sacrament.  
Welcome it
in every fair
face, in every fair sky,
in every fair
flower, and thank God
for it as a cup of blessing."

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson ~



Thanks for stopping by! 

28 comments:

  1. That is so gorgeous...thanks for sharing!

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  2. Lovely, I'd be delighted to receive a letter written on this beautiful stationary.

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  3. I'd love it so much if receive such a letter with beautiful stationary. =]

    -farah
    (malaysia)

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  4. So lovely! Thanks for sharing!

    Emanuela

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  5. So glad you like this stationary!! I used it to write 2 keepsake letters to my children last evening :) Hope everyone has a great week :)

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  6. What a lovely idea ,Megan.I wrote my children letters too and they are in their baby book. They know they can't see them till they leave home.Write down lots of what they say and do because they just love to hear about it when they get older.....blessings.

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    1. Thanks Lucy! I had my kids before I was on facebook or had a blog, so I recorded memories of them on special calenders, in their baby books, and in a journal. I love reading entries from when the kids were babies ~ it helps me appreciate how much we've all changed... have a blessed week :)

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  7. Absolutely beautiful!! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  8. How gracious you are -- you share so many beautiful things to inspire us. Thank you!

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  9. Absolutely stunning! Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creations.

    -dlm.

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  10. Thank you so much for sharing these. My first time here, came via GF!

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  11. Beautiful, I love stationery!

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  12. Beautiful - just what I need for a project I am working on. Thank you
    xx Michelle

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  13. You're the best. So very beautiful and useful. I would love to use these! Thank you. I think I will make a pretty stationary box to house your gift in. Please visit me at cissyandfranshow.blogspot.com.

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  14. How sweet of you to post these! And just in time for me to start writing letters! I'm gathering some cards and stationery today to be ready! Thank you so much! I'll print some of these pages! ♥ Send me you address and I'll write to you...no obligation or anything! ♥

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  15. It's been so long since I've received a letter in the mail, do Christmas cards count??? LOL

    Thanks for leaving a comment and being my new follower. I too will be your new follower and look forward to snooping around your blog. :)

    Sylvia

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  16. Sincerely Charming! Glad to meet you through the Graphics Fairy, I've enjoyed your blog very much. Lovely note paper!
    xo
    Sherilyn
    (just nextdoor at clearcrickcottage.blogspot.com)

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  17. What a lovely blog you have! I was doing some blog hopping and found you. These are absolutely amazing! Thanks for sharing!

    Have a lovely weekend!
    Gaby xo

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  18. These are enchanting...front and back! Thanks for sharing!

    Hugs,
    Gaby

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  19. Many thanks for sharing these fabulous papers. I cant thank you enough Hugs Vee xx

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  20. Beautiful ! Thanks for sharing ! i used it in a card. Do you want to see it ? http://conmispropiasalas.blogspot.com/2012/03/hace-varios-no-hacia-nada-de-scrap-por.html

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  21. Stunning Your an angel Megan you are always so happy to share your creativity. God Bless xxx

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  22. Bonjour
    Je viens de découvrir votre blog.
    J'adore.
    Amicalement
    Claudette

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  23. What software do you use to edit the pictures? I have lots of postcards and/or paper ephemera which I will share with you if you want me to. Thanks so much, Sue H.

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    1. Hi Sue, I used a free program called GIMP. I'd love to hear more about your postcards and paper ephemera ~ thanks!

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  24. These are beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

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“Kind words can be short and easy to speak,
but their echoes are truly endless.”

~ Mother Teresa