Welcome To The Grief Club Letterpress Card
For anyone who has experienced a significant loss, from one grieving person to another.
HI Welcome to the grief club. I'm so sorry that you're here.
This club is for those who have loved deeply and lost greatly. And even though there are no magic fixes to speed up or rewind to the part where it's all okay again, I hope there is comfort in community and in knowing that you don't have to go through it alone.
Though our losses and experiences are all unique, there are those of us who get it, we really do. We know what it's like for everything to fundamentally, irreparably change in an instant. We know that grief doesn't come in anything resembling clear stages, and that you can be okay one moment and sobbing in the grocery aisle the next and sometimes there's no harder question to answer than "How are you?" And in the midst of it all, we also know it's okay to laugh and to love because that's how we heal, and that however you feel is okay and normal.
We don't have answers, but we'll listen without judgment or platitudes. We don't have roadmaps, but it's often less scary to be lost together. And if you can't see the light at the end of the tunnel yet, we'll show up waving flashlights until you do, for as long as it takes.
From one card-carrying member to another, I know that this is really hard and that you will get through this, I promise.
- 4.75" x 4.75" folded card
- Blank inside
- Letterpress printed on luxe soft white cardstock
- Paired with a recycled Kraft envelope
Printed by hand on an antique letterpress in Brooklyn, New York. Due to the printing process, which is done entirely by hand, there will be slight variations from print to print, ensuring each card is one-of-a-kind. Like you.
Postage: square envelopes require a $0.70 stamp
This is the single best card about grief that I have ever had the pleasure to both send and receive. While experiencing grief is far from pleasure, it was a bit of relief to both say and hear, it’s ok “not to be your best self because it is all too much.” This is the only sympathy card I’ll be sending from now on.
Really hits the nail on the head on how grief is.
A great way to let someone know that you are there for them through their times of loss and heartbreak.
Let's you know that however you are grieving, it's the right way, the okay way. And adds humor to a heart-rending situation.
Gets to the heart of what grief is about.