This post, Keeping in Touch with Basic Invite Stationary, was sponsored by Basic Invite, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Running in Heels possible!
When I was young my mom taught me to always write thank you notes, to send letters to my family. Then for years my best friend and I passed a notebook back and forth. We went to different schools but saw each other at dance class each week with notes. Unfortunately that habit did not carry into adulthood and my letter writing stopped for a while, but with the help of Basic Invite stationary, I’m hoping to get back to it!
Between texting, Facebook, social media in general, I feel like I put so much out there, it’s terrible, but it’s hard to remember to take the time to speak to the important people individually. The art of writing a letter is so much more than just putting pen to paper, it’s telling someone who they mean enough for you to take the extra step. Let me tell you, buying stamps is definitely an extra step for me!
While our notebook covered in magazine clippings was great, something like that would have a hard time holding up in the mail. It was also lacking the class and style of Basic Invite stationary. Basic Invite has so many pretty patterns and designs to choose from and will definitely not scare away the postal workers!
Basic Invite has unlimited colors, tons of designs, and you can even upload your own! They have everything from wedding invites to business cards. They have 15% off now with code 15FF51, so I’m ordering new business cards I a silly error on my last set I want to correct them! I’m also making it my mission to send Christmas cards next year. Basic Invite has the cutest holiday cards, so they will definitely be my go-to! For now though, I’ll stick with writing letters to my best friend with Basic Invite stationary!
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