It's nice to see some lovely stationery for kids when it seems like everything is going the way of the email. But in all honesty, will this stationery get used? Will the personal note or the thank you sent via "snail mail" continue to hang on, or will everything get vaporized into the digital abyss?
Dear Hancock creates beautiful hand-painted correspondence products, but it's their line of custom kids' stationery that caught our eye. The studio will work with you and your family to design a personalized flat note that features whatever represents your child best: the family dog (pictured above), a hobby, even a portrait. Packs come in sets of 50 notes printed on FSC-approved natural cardstock.
Perhaps having stationery that means something can help revive the art of the letter or hand-written note. What do you think? Is it important to send tangible, hand-written messages, or will an email or phone call suffice?
(Via Daily Candy.)