I Like You. A Lot. All of You. Letterpress Card
Hi. I like you. A lot. And I don't just mean the shiny bits that you put on your resume or volunteer on the first date. I also mean the weird bits - the ones you might try to hide - I even like those. Especially those, sometimes. I like the worn patches and crinkly lines. I like the places that are cracked and glued back together. The soft parts and wobbly bits, the irreverent notions, the silly turns of phrase, the pet peeves, odd habits, and unexpected passions and dance moves.
Normal is boring. All those bits that make you different are also what make you special. They continually surprise me and make me laugh, they push me to think about and to see the world differently, and help me reimagine what is possible. They are what make you, you. And I like you. A lot. All of you.
- 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
Saw this on GMA and loved their mission and tho it comes from the owner experiencing loss of her husband who was the love of her life, she turned it to a positive message, product and mission. I ordered the card through it all, Im glad its us for Valentines and it is such a perfect description of the hills and valleys of life and a relationship. Love, love all of what Kwohtations is all about. ??
I love the simplicity and graphics of this message.
I would love it if you could offer the postcards with envelopes, even for increased cost. I especially like the one enclosed in packages as a thank you.
Thank you for prompt mailings and responses to questions. Your packaging is s gift in itself, and so appreciated.
I love love love these cards, but especially this one! It says exactly how I feel in the most wonderful way. ??
That is one of the 'dearest' cards.....it is difficult for me to even know to which of my close friends to whom I would send it....it is sitting on my desk waiting for the 'light bulb' to go on.....you do wonderful work and I hope that you are surviving this horrific time.....stay safe. Mary